A Las Vegas man has been charged with fraudulently obtaining nearly $2 million in federal Paycheck Protection Program money, meant for struggling small businesses, to buy luxury cars and two luxury condominiums in Las Vegas.
A federal judge on Thursday rejected a request to restore the Henderson-based, right-wing social media platform Parler after its account was shut down in the wake of the attacks on the U.S. Capitol.
North Las Vegas is planning to create a new court department that would focus on rehabilitation for those accused of low-level crimes.
A Las Vegas attorney filed a class-action lawsuit Monday urging Gov. Steve Sisolak to prioritize COVID-19 vaccinations for those 65 and older.
Las Vegas scored a recent courtroom victory in its costly legal battle with the landowner of a defunct golf course. The ruling is expected to be appealed.
Criminal defense attorneys have started to push for the removal of prosecutors who serve as state legislators, and the stakes are getting higher.
A Clark County resident is being charged with making online threats against Gov. Steve Sisolak, statements his attorney insists are First Amendment-protected speech.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is set to hear arguments Tuesday regarding COVID-19 restrictions on churches in Nevada.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board unanimously agreed Wednesday to appeal Clark County District Court Judge Adriana Escobar’s ruling regarding jurisdiction over Steve Wynn.
In a minute order Wednesday, District Judge Jim Crockett said that Nevada Policy Research Institute “clearly lacks standing” to bring the challenges against the lawmakers.