A 20-year-old man charged with shooting and gravely wounding a Las Vegas police officer near the end of a Black Lives Matter protest was ordered held without bail Wednesday.
Nevada’s judicial discipline board is unlikely to act on a series of complaints filed against candidates in the 2020 primary unless the targets of the complaints are elected.
Water damage at the Regional Justice Center resulted in a closure of parts of the downtown building that could be extended through the week, officials said Monday.
In court minutes Thursday, Judge Timothy Williams wrote: “For this Court to decide this issue, it is best to have a full and fair evidentiary hearing.”
A Pahrump man has pleaded guilty to a murder charge in the 2018 slaying of his mother.
Real estate broker Scott Gragson is expected to pay out $21 million to the family of a woman killed when he drove drunk and crashed in The Ridges community, according to court documents.
Former tenants of the Alpine Motel Apartments, the site of the deadly Las Vegas fire, can start retrieving personal property within about a month.
A class-action lawsuit on behalf of gig workers was filed Tuesday against the Nevada unemployment office and people overseeing the program.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit that former Henderson police Chief Patrick Moers filed in 2018.
Former residents of Alpine Motel filed a lawsuit on Monday against the building’s owner and companies that installed alarm systems.