One of six people accused of defacing federal buildings during a Black Lives Matter protest has pleaded guilty to a federal charge, prosecutors said Monday.
A trial in the civil case between Hogs & Heifers Saloon and its landlord, the Downtown Grand, kicked off Monday with testimony from the bar’s owner.
A former schoolteacher has sued the CEO of a cryptocurrency company that wants to build a smart city in the Nevada desert, accusing him and his wife of sexually harassing her.
Prosecutors on Monday pushed back the date they want to execute Zane Floyd for killing four people inside a Las Vegas grocery store.
The Metropolitan Police Department has reached a $150,000 settlement with a disabled street performer whose 2019 lawsuit claimed officers violated his First Amendment rights.
Two men, including a Nevada inmate, pleaded guilty Friday after they were accused of forging tax documents for a fake $25 million sale.
Nevada’s prison director testified Thursday that he would prefer to have up to four months to prepare for the execution of death row inmate Zane Floyd.
As prosecutors push to execute Zane Floyd, prison officials hope to keep secret their discussions about what drugs could be mixed in the lethal injection cocktail.
The fate of a nationwide eviction ban — set to expire June 30 — is in limbo after a judge overturned the federal protection on Wednesday.
A Las Vegas woman has been convicted of mailing threatening letters to her mother’s former supervisor and to attorneys representing Caesars Entertainment Corp.