A man who sexually assaulted and killed a 7-year-old girl more than two decades ago was back in a Las Vegas courtroom Thursday.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal sued the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on Thursday over the agency’s response to public records requests about sex trafficking cases and prostitution arrests.
A former Clark County School District special education bus driver was ordered to serve 35 years to life in prison Wednesday for sexually assaulting young children on his route.
A suspended Las Vegas attorney pleaded guilty to three felonies Wednesday for her role in a scheme to defraud the court system.
The Metropolitan Police Department may not have a record of all officers who responded to the Oct. 1 shooting, the department’s lawyers said at a Tuesday court hearing.
A jury of seven women and two men decided Tuesday that claims against magician David Copperfield were unfounded and that neither Copperfield nor other defendants should be accountable for a 2013 slip and fall.
Defense attorneys for David Copperfield and others wrapped up their closing arguments Friday in a trial over a slip and fall at one of the magician’s shows. Jury deliberations are expected to begin early next week.
A British tourist suing David Copperfield deceived jurors about injuries he suffered while volunteering for a Las Vegas show, defense lawyers said during closing arguments Thursday.
A Las Vegas judge on Thursday scheduled a June hearing for a police officer charged in the controversial death of an unarmed black man last year.
Thomas Benson, who authorities say follows anti-government “sovereign citizen” ideology, was given probation this week for filing bogus real estate paperwork in Las Vegas.