Robert Eliason’s legal battle began in 2017. The embattled lawman, who is not a certified police officer, has served in office since 2015 and is now in his second term.
Two Las Vegas visitors started their weekends with a bang, thanks to two jackpots, including one for nearly $2 million.
Las Vegas police are investigating a shooting that left one dead and one hospitalized after a road rage incident in the northeast valley.
About 100 people took part in a Wednesday afternoon rally organized by a political action committee dedicated to fighting the statewide mask mandate.
Workforce Connections’ Mobile One-Stop Career Center, which is offering free one-on-one job search help, will hold two sessions over the next week at the Whitney Community Center.
Las Vegas police agreed to settle a lawsuit that stemmed from the May 2017 death of Tashii Brown. Brown died after an encounter with an officer.
“What we’ve seen already this week, a common situation is domestic violence,” Elliott Davis, communications manager for Metro, said at a press conference Thursday afternoon.
A Texas man is accused by police of going on a $56,886 spending spree at a Strip resort using a suspended credit card and what appears to be a forged authorization letter.
The family of a man fatally shot by Las Vegas police during a Black Lives Matter protest last month held a press conference to urge any witnesses to the shooting to come forward.
Clark County School District students will start the 2020-21 school year remotely following a vote from the School Board on Tuesday night to approve a full-time return to distance learning.