Nearly half of Nevada’s prisoners have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Department of Corrections.
Clark County prosecutors plan to seek a warrant of execution for death row inmate Zane Floyd as Nevada legislators weigh the future of capital punishment in the state.
A Las Vegas mail carrier is among a handful of people charged in an ongoing effort to crack down on fraudulent unemployment claims filed with Nevada’s employment agency.
Frank LaPena who spent decades in prison after being convicted of being the mastermind behind the murder of a Caesars Palace executive’s wife, was granted a pardon by the state Pardons Board on Wednesday.
Behind the barbed wire and concrete walls, Margaret Rudin claims systemic abuse at the hands of prison guards and medical staff, including a botched eye surgery that seriously impaired her vision.
Benjamin Sparks pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor domestic battery charge through a lawyer Tuesday, while his alleged victim’s attorney had choice words for the Las Vegas political consultant.
Jeff Caraballo is one of 25 prisoners hoping education can give them new life after incarceration. They’re part of a pilot prison education program created in 2017 by the Nevada Legislature.
Twelve days after the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip, former U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said it would be “untoward” of him to talk about gun control, but he hinted that he might have something to say on the subject soon.
Police arrested a 62-year-old man Monday in connection with a threatening note that was left near Sen. Dean Heller’s Las Vegas office in July.
The parole hearing for O.J. Simpson has ended and the four members of the state Board of Parole Commissioners have reached a decision. Simpson was granted parole Thursday.