A trial over new marijuana shop licenses is set to take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The allegations surfaced in a graphic police report justifying the sexual assault arrest of one of Stephen Parshall’s friends, Phillip Merrill, a volleyball coach.
The informant, identified by the pseudonym “John Smith,” testified before a county grand jury in June detailing his undercover encounters with the extremist group.
Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson has not ruled out a retrial of Jessica Williams in a two-decades-old crash that killed six teens.
A federal judge has vacated the convictions of Jessica Williams in the deaths of six Las Vegas Valley youths killed in an Interstate 15 median in 2000.
In a rare move, the alleged Las Vegas extremists were charged by two separate grand juries with conspiracy to cause violence at Black Lives Matter protests.
Sheriff Joe Lombardo said his officers made “several” dispersal orders over the weekend as protesters moved toward Interstate 15 before a group of legal observers were arrested on the Strip.
A 48-year-old man who remains hospitalized from injuries he suffered in a deadly fire at the Alpine Motel Apartments has sued the building’s owner and others.
A federal judge denied motions from Calvary Chapel that would allow it to reopen at 50 percent capacity after the church sued state officials over COVID-19 closures.
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.