Next week, KaLynn Cole turns 1, which means a year has passed since her father Trevon was shot and killed by Las Vegas police during a drug raid.
The Impact Nevada TV program for this weekend examines some of the final votes in the 2011 Legislature session, which ended Tuesday. (9:30 p.m., Ch. 10).
Cooney’s bill became Cooney’s Law on Friday when Gov. Brian Sandoval signed into law legislation that makes it a felony to unjustifiably mutilate, torture, maim or kill animals.
Darryl Walizer is 43, and he has a thing for underage girls. He has committed sex offenses in Ohio, Virginia and Nevada. But on Friday, a federal judge in Las Vegas made sure he will be an elderly man before he has the chance to victimize teenage girls again.
Gregory Jaczko, the nation’s top nuclear regulator, is back in the center of controversy following an internal investigation that concluded he was not forthright with colleagues in taking steps that halted the Yucca Mountain program.
Nancy Quon, the construction defects lawyer at the center of a federal investigation of homeowners associations, has testified that she let her home slip into foreclosure in the months leading up to a suspicious fire there.
Back when it looked like the state’s higher education system would come up $162 million short because of budget cuts, plans were set in motion to save money.