In a rare move, the alleged Las Vegas extremists were charged by two separate grand juries with conspiracy to cause violence at Black Lives Matter protests.
The three defendants arrested in Las Vegas wanted to loosely follow the principles of the notorious Irish Republican Army, a paramilitary organization, a veteran prosecutor said.
Nevada’s judicial discipline board is unlikely to act on a series of complaints filed against candidates in the 2020 primary unless the targets of the complaints are elected.
A class-action lawsuit on behalf of gig workers was filed Tuesday against the Nevada unemployment office and people overseeing the program.
A motive in the March 27 shooting of a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper was revealed for the first time in public court documents obtained Thursday by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
The Nevada Supreme Court has denied a petition to free vulnerable and elderly state prisoners because of the coronavirus.
The Nevada Sentencing Commission on Wednesday twice rejected recommending that Gov. Steve Sisolak move to depopulate the state’s prisons in an effort to stave off the coronavirus’ spread.
Nevada’s osteopaths filed a lawsuit Tuesday, asking Gov. Steve Sisolak and other state medical officials to lift a ban on the routine prescribing of two existing anti-malarial drugs to treat COVID-19.
Gregory Kerkorian, an heir to the “father of the Las Vegas mega resort,” could die in prison from the novel coronavirus, his lawyers argued in a petition to state leaders.
The man accused of killing a Nevada Highway Patrol sergeant delivered a suspicious package to Ely Justice Court just days before the slaying, according to court records.