A grand jury in California handed up an indictment of David Paule, 47, of Indian Springs on Tuesday charging him with three counts of threatening a federal official.
Three passengers and an Uber driver were traveling northbound near U.S. Highway 95 and Rancho Drive when one of the passengers fired a shot out of the vehicle’s window.
While Nevada has struggled to execute a condemned killer who volunteered for his sentence to be carried out and as other parts of the country move away from capital punishment, Clark County jurors handed down the second most death sentences in the United States last year.
The Jasper Goddard case underscores a debate between prosecutors and public defenders: Does the time and resources it takes to secure the death penalty, and guide it through the appeals process, make the punishment ineffective in some cases?
A Las Vegas doctor pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal charges in connection with a sweeping crackdown on health care fraud by the Department of Justice.
Families of victims and survivors of the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip appeared for a press conference Monday morning in California.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal is seeking legal fees from the attorney of an Oct. 1 victim’s widow in a case that centered on the victim’s autopsy report.
A 36-year-old man accused of spitting into a Las Vegas police officer’s mouth and eyes and telling her “I hope you enjoy the hepatitis C” is facing charges that carry a possible sentence of 10 years to life in prison, according to an indictment handed down Wednesday.
An Indian Springs man pleaded guilty Wednesday to violating the Endangered Species Act for his role in a 2016 break-in at a water-filled cavern in Nevada that is home to one of the world’s rarest species of fish.
Both states use lethal injection to impose the ultimate punishment, but that’s where the similarities end. Since 2012, Texas has used a single barbiturate to end inmates’ lives while Nevada wants to use an untried three-drug “cocktail.”