The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday in District Court, alleges that Maysen Melton tackled the plaintiff around May 2016 and sodomized her against her will.
The complaint filed this week alleges that the school district and Maysen Melton’s parents failed to protect his fellow students despite his record as a sexual predator.
The boy who created an Instagram account to post threats against black Arbor View High School students was sentenced Friday to an out-of-community placement program where he will receive therapy and counseling.
Two teenage suspects appeared in Juvenile Court on Friday in connection with a series of racist threats made against black students last month at Arbor View High School, and one of them admitted his role.
Officer James Lescinsky, who was acquitted in a federal excessive force case in 2016, alleges that a tainted investigation left him branded as a liar and leaves him with no prospect of finding new employment.
A Las Vegas jury has awarded a total of $540,000 to three former Canyon Springs High School students who were attacked during a 2013 event.
Fourth-grade students from Hickey Elementary participated in a mock trial and heard a full criminal calendar Friday during a field trip organized by the Eighth Judicial District Court, the school and Project REAL.
Roger Brown, the former longtime athletic director at Arbor View High School in Las Vegas, was sentenced to serve at least three years in prison for production of pornography involving a minor and sexual contact with a pupil.
A Las Vegas family court judge should have been more thorough when considering the best school interest of a child wrapped up in her parent’s divorce, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
Several Nevada Supreme Court justices appeared inclined Thursday to send back to district court a thorny dispute over where a child of a divorced Las Vegas couple should attend school.