Ondre Wills separated from the Metropolitan Police Department on July 18, police spokesman Larry Hadfield said last week. Metro didn’t release the circumstances of his separation, but Las Vegas Police Protective Association President Steve Grammas said Wills resigned before a Metro administrative hearing on his job.
The Oakland Raiders win their Monday Night football game against the Denver Broncos. This game is potentially the last time the Raiders will play in Oakland before coming to Las Vegas. Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto, Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken and Ed Graney go over the emotional win.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man they said robbed a convenience store clerk at gunpoint last week.
Las Vegas police released video Monday in an effort to identify a man they said robbed a convenience store clerk at gunpoint last week.
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and quarterback Derek Carr comment on what could be the the last home game the team played at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum.
California Gov. Jerry Brown ordered new DNA tests that a condemned inmate says could clear him in a 35-year-old quadruple murder case, which has drawn national attention.
How the Raiders performed in a 27-14 victory against the Broncos.
Nevada’s congressional Democrats criticized the rule banning bump stocks, preferring the president and Congress had passed a law instead (Wednesday Review-Journal). The rule takes effect in March, and bump stock owners have 90 days to surrender and/or destroy their devices. Gun-control groups lobbied for the rule, saying it should have happened sooner.
What do Schumer and Pelosi propose?
And now the bustling streets and malls fall strangely quiet. In many a home the living room rests ankle-deep in an effluvia of ribbons and paper and bows, while in the background someone has left the TV running — Alastair Sim throws open his window on a bright and shining world for the 55th time and asks the lad in the street what day this is.