Clark County lawmakers’ inability to regulate firearms was inserted into a debate this week about banning bags and strollers at Black Lives Matter protests.
Officials at the Regional Justice Center in downtown Las Vegas moved toward allowing more people inside a once-bustling courthouse.
Under the new Initial Appearance Court program, defendants who would have waited sometimes four days to see a judge have been appearing in court in as little as 12 hours.
Homeless people booked into Clark County and Las Vegas jails represented between 6 percent and 15 percent of the total inmate population last year, officials said Thursday.
Las Vegas police are investigating a break-in that happened sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning at the Clark County Republican Party headquarters.
Clark County claims in a court filing that the owners of two adjacent homes advertised as a nude resort have spent months evading being served a lawsuit aimed at shutting them down.
A federal judge dismissed the case after a confidential settlement was reached between the Las Vegas Valley Water District and 15 former employees who accused the utility of age discrimination and retaliation.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak on Tuesday named Jacqueline Bluth, 37, a Las Vegas prosecutor with a dozen years in the Clark County district attorney’s office, to a vacant seat on the District Court in Las Vegas.
Ashley’s son celebrated his 12th birthday last month, but to his mother it sometimes seems like he is so much older. The boy, once outgoing, is now quiet and reserved to the point that his teachers bring it up to his mother.
Starting Friday, Family Court Judge Cheryl Moss, who has pushed for years to create a designated court for problem gamblers, will oversee a new division for those whose cases stem from addiction.