The number of eviction cases filed in Las Vegas Justice Court fell sharply last year following reforms to the state’s eviction law.
A lawsuit filed Friday in federal court claims that the city of Las Vegas has continued to detain people on federal immigration holds despite an October announcement that the practice would stop.
Judicial candidates, family, friends, colleagues and at least one campaign manager huddled around a row of monitors inside the Clark County Government Center as the clock crept toward 5 p.m. on Friday.
A Las Vegas criminal defense attorney has been ordered to pay a $25,000 fine after selling a mounted southern white rhinoceros, the Nevada U.S. attorney’s office announced Friday.
Prosecutors indicted two women Thursday on neglect and elderly abuse charges after four people who required medical care were found living in deplorable conditions.
A Las Vegas man who drove over his girlfriend after she attended the Electric Daisy Carnival against his wishes was given probation and a stern lecture on Wednesday.
Five of the firearms that Sylvester Mitchell sold illegally were connected to homicides, authorities say.
Prosecutors on Tuesday dropped the last remaining criminal charge against a former Las Vegas-based Republican consultant accused of sexually enslaving his former fiancee.
A former Henderson CPA pleaded guilty Tuesday for his role in a bribery scheme involving a federal contract.
Along with his prison sentence, handed down in Wisconsin, he must serve 25 years of supervision once he is released.