One person is in critical condition and a Las Vegas intersection is closed after an accident Monday evening, according to Las Vegas police.
The election this year isn’t very sexy. But plenty is in play as voters go to the polls.
Pfizer will pay Nevada $9.5 million to resolve the state’s claims that Pfizer and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals unlawfully promoted certain postmenopausal hormone therapy medications and misled Nevada consumers and doctors about the safety and effectiveness of those drugs, Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto said Monday.
On the eve of Election Day and in the midst of trial, a Clark County juror said she spotted defendant Raymond James “Jim” Duensing’s name on a sample ballot. She did: He’s running for DA and faces three felony charges.
An additional 14 triage beds are now available for the mentally ill in Southern Nevada.
A Henderson police officer accused of driving the wrong way down U.S. Highway 95 while off duty has reached an agreement with prosecutors on charges of driving under the influence and eluding police, his attorney said Monday.
Police are looking for a male motorcyclist who fled the scene of a crash Monday morning near the intersection of Flamingo and Lindell roads.
Rap magnate Marion “Suge” Knight has been hospitalized in Las Vegas after he fell during a medical examination at the Clark County Detention Center.
In two Assembly races, separate court rulings that have found the Democratic candidates ineligible because they failed to meet residency requirements added another dimension to the final push for votes on Monday, the eve of the election.