A jury has awarded nearly $1.8 million to a Las Vegas man who lived for a decade without knowing that a 57-inch metal wire ran through his body after a surgical error.
As part of the national Stepping Up Initiative, Metropolitan Police Department officials are exploring new approaches to get low-level offenders into treatment instead of keeping them locked up.
Jorge Burgos, who pleaded guilty to three counts of open and gross lewdness, was sentenced Thursday to three years probation and seven days incarceration — one day for each of his victims, the judge said.
Most charges stem from a Sept. 14 confrontation in which he allegedly tried to run over a pastor with his vehicle before firing multiple gunshots into a Las Vegas apartment while the man’s wife and kids were inside.
Efforts to increase racial and gender diversity in the Henderson Police Department have been paying off, according to city officials.
Andrea Lipomi of Mountain’s Edge was taking an early morning walk last fall when she came to her community’s mailbox banks to see a startling sight. “The entire front was open,” she said. “It was obvious that all the mail had been taken.”
Nevada Coalition Against the Death Penalty sponsors movie nights and other events to attract people to its cause.
The FBI has been asked to investigate a cyber hack into Clark County government’s computer system, the Review-Journal has learned.
In response to a string of protests that have disrupted Mass services across the valley, the Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas wonders why we all can’t just get along.
The battle over maintaining life support for a 20-year-old Las Vegas woman continues this week in Reno. It focuses on the question of when is a person considered dead.