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.
One of the defendants in the massive criminal case against the cybercrime syndicate known as Carder.su pleaded guilty in federal court Monday on the day he was to stand trial.
A North Las Vegas behavioral health services company pleaded guilty on Monday to felony Medicaid fraud, while the company’s owners await trial on sexual assault and child abuse charges in separate cases.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has one option left to legalize sports betting at casinos and racetracks in his state — the U.S. Supreme Court. But at least one Las Vegas-based analyst is unsure the court will even consider the case.
Jamie Hein, a Las Vegas woman who killed her aunt’s boyfriend in 2002 claiming he was abusive, failed in her bid Monday to win a pardon for the crime and be immediately released from prison.
Deputies say George Zimmerman’s girlfriend accused him of pointing a shotgun at her during an argument at the home they shared in Florida.
Henderson teenager Adrian Navarro-Canales on Monday pleaded not guilty to charges he stabbed to death his mother and 9-year-old brother.