The Nevada Supreme Court announced Tuesday that Justice James W. Hardesty will take over when Chief Justice Mark Gibbons finishes his term in the state’s highest court next week.
A federal grand jury has indicted seven people in a multimillion-dollar million telemarketing scheme authorities say defrauded struggling small businesses by falsely promising help to obtain federal grants. FBI agents arrested four of the defendants in Las Vegas Tuesday, including the key players, Mark Bausch, 40, and Alan Rodrigues, 54.
A man who fatally stabbed a panhandler known as the “pantyhose prankster” on the Strip last month was defending himself against an attack, his friend told a judge Tuesday.
Las Vegas police are looking for the public’s help in identifying men they said robbed a convenience store in October.
A teenager accused of bringing a loaded gun to his northern Utah high school as part of a plan to open fire on other students has been charged with four misdemeanor weapons violations, a sheriff’s official confirmed Tuesday.
A Las Vegas woman involved in a single-vehicle crash in July died from her injuries months later in the Minneapolis area, Las Vegas police said Tuesday.
Sixteen state firefighters were placed on paid administrative leave Monday for unrelated policy violations that grew out of an investigation into allegations of firefighters having sex on fire trucks, officials said.