Two masked robbers were shot, one fatally, Wednesday night when their ruse was thwarted by a medical office employee with a handgun, Las Vegas police said.
Based on how the late Marjorie Barrick’s wishes to keep the Barrick Lecture Series going strong after her death and how the lectures have been allowed to languish, I’m not sure I’d give the UNLV Foundation millions. Presuming I had millions.
Defense lawyers took their opening shots in federal court Wednesday in their bid to get a new trial for a once high-profile couple convicted in the largest mortgage fraud case in Nevada.
Police shot and killed a man Monday night outside his northeast valley home — the same residence police responded to just five months earlier on a July morning when the man’s 23-year-old son fought back against a pair of armed home-invasion robbers, shooting and killing one.
Operation Homefront, a nationwide volunteer charity, handed out 300 holiday meal kits to military families and wounded warriors Wednesday at VFW Post 10047.
Nevada lawmakers convened in special session late Wednesday and took care of procedural business before recessing for the night, all in preparation to consider tax breaks for electric car start-up Faraday Future.
The FBI is joining the search for additional victims of a North Las Vegas man police said kidnapped and raped a teenage girl from Arizona.
The Legislature’s Interim Finance Committee on Wednesday authorized using $3.7 million in grants and settlement funds to clear a backlog of 7,500 rape kits that were never tested in Nevada.
New details were released Wednesday about the arrest of a 42-year-old Clark County School District employee who police say performed “lewd acts on himself” 36 times while working as an overnight custodian at a southwest valley elementary school.
An information technology employee with the Clark County School District was arrested Monday in connection with the theft of 40 iPads from a North Las Vegas school, CCSD police said Wednesday.