Two Las Vegas people found dead after police were called to a domestic disturbance by a young girl Wednesday night were identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
A school worker’s report to Clark County’s child abuse hotline about 7-year-old Roderick “RJ” Arrington Jr. was one of more than 35,000 such calls handled in 2012.
A Las Vegas man who was arrested or detained at least 11 times by Las Vegas police because his name and other personal information matched that of a drug-trafficking fugitive has lost his legal battle against the law enforcement agency.
The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the two constables who Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura had sued in a turf dispute.
Summerlin Hospital Medical Center is being sued by a group of employees, former patients and visitors who say they were exposed to tuberculosis earlier this year.
Child deaths in Clark County have dropped by about 29 percent since 2008, according to a report released Monday, with significant declines in suicides and weapons’ fatalities.
Dangerous drugs left in the offices of the KE Medical Group that abruptly closed earlier this month — leaving hundreds of patients without health care — have been confiscated by state authorities, according to Doug Cooper, executive director of the Nevada State Medical Board.
Las Vegas is the focus of an international cybercrime syndicate case, with the first two defendants standing trial in federal court.
Clark County’s top prosecutor Steve Wolfson has ended the district attorney’s office’s long-standing practice of paying $25 to witnesses who attend pre-trial meetings with prosecutors.
Jury selection has begun in a Las Vegas attempted murder case where a woman is charged with scheming to have her estranged husband killed in a highway shooting.