The Department of Justice announced Thursday that nearly $11.6 million in coronavirus relief funds would be delivered to cities and police departments across Nevada.
Kelsie Ballas filed the complaint against the Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents on June 17 in Washoe County District Court.
The three defendants arrested in Las Vegas wanted to loosely follow the principles of the notorious Irish Republican Army, a paramilitary organization, a veteran prosecutor said.
Following initial hearings, U.S. Magistrate Judge Nancy Koppe concluded that Stephen Parshall and William Loomis were dangers to the Las Vegas community. The two are suspects in what authorities say was a plot to cause violence 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.
A 47-year-old Las Vegas man accused of threatening to kill U.S. Rep. Dina Titus was indicted Tuesday, according to the Department of Justice.
The Nevada Court of Appeals and the Nevada Supreme Court have scheduled oral arguments via videoconferencing during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Nevada Sentencing Commission on Wednesday twice rejected recommending that Gov. Steve Sisolak move to depopulate the state’s prisons in an effort to stave off the coronavirus’ spread.
A coronavirus outbreak behind prison walls could overwhelm the Nevada Department of Corrections, documents analyzed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal showed.
A group of Nevada defense attorneys joined the call to release certain prisoners in an effort to stave off the spread of coronavirus.