The victim, described by police as a man in his 30s, was fatally wounded while trying to sell a computer on the 8400 block of Shady Shores Circle.
Las Vegas police used Facebook posts, forensics, video and tips from the public to crack the case of two people shot execution-style in 2019, according to documents.
A father claims a local psychiatric hospital failed to protect his 6-year-old son, whose mother set him on fire, when it released the woman despite her “propensity to harm” herself or others.
The U.S. Postal Service is calling for vigilance to prevent a persistent band of mail thieves from intercepting that money before it reaches residents.
Due to the closure of Metro facilities during the coronavirus pandemic, registered sex offenders needing to update or change their information must do so online.
William Welcome, 35, was charged with involuntary manslaughter after he punched another man outside a Las Vegas bar in March and the man later died.
Two men are facing sex trafficking charges after authorities said they brought a woman from Arizona to Las Vegas to perform acts of prostitution.
Law enforcement is reporting an influx of crime on the Bureau of Land Management’s public lands, causing Las Vegas police to step up patrol in those areas.
Anand Anil Patel, a 26-year-old Oklahoma concert and club promoter, was one of six people killed in the April 2018 crash near Phoenix.
The Metropolitan Police Department is implementing new protective measures to keep inmates at the Clark County Detention Center healthy amid the growing COVID-19 pandemic, police said.