A man barricaded himself inside a central valley apartment early Wednesday evening, then shot at responding officers, sending dozens of residents running for cover and others crawling out their rear windows amid the barrage of gunfire.
A man accused of butchering his mother and sister and then living in a home with the decomposing bodies may have used a chainsaw as part of the crime.
Two California men were indicted by a Las Vegas federal grand jury Wednesday on charges of illegally selling the horns of the endangered black rhinoceros.
A 20-year-old man who has already spent two years in jail was acquitted of charges he orchestrated the fatal shooting of a tow truck driver in a March 2012 Las Vegas Valley robbery scheme.
Mitchell Garshofsky, 54, and Aaron Virchis, 31, both entered guilty pleas before U.S. District Judge Jennifer Dorsey to one felony count each of operating an illegal gambling enterprise.
A district judge on Wednesday delayed until May a motion to dismiss the charges against accused pet store arsonists Gloria Lee and Kirk Bills.
The school, at 3650 Cambridge St., was put under precautionary lockdown after police got a call saying shots were fired about 9:15 a.m. No one was hurt, but said an unoccupied vehicle got shot.
Deon Derrico, the father of the famed Las Vegas quintuplets who is facing real estate fraud charges, had a court hearing rescheduled Wednesday.
More than three years after his wife was killed in a drunken driving crash, a Clark County jury awarded James LaPelusa and his two sons $10 million in damages.
Drive through Nevada for even a few hours and you’ll probably see one: a handsome county courthouse. They’re fine symbols of justice, those courthouses. But they’re only as good as the judicial infrastructure contained inside.