Somebody has been shooting out the windows of buses and limousines with a pellet gun, and the executives of one company hit hardest has a message for those responsible: You’re going to get caught, and when you are, you’ll do time.
Las Vegas police identified the naked man they threw rocks at and threatened SWAT officers in a northwest valley neighborhood Thursday.
The food and beverage director at Texas Station filed a federal lawsuit Friday that accuses her employer of violating the Equal Pay Act.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that had accused Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura of sexually harassing a female deputy in his office.
A man who police accuse of fatally shooting someone two years ago was found in San Diego and brought back to Las Vegas on Thursday.
Sheriff Doug Gillespie described his officers as dedicated day-in, day-out service to make Las Vegas and Southern Nevada a safer, better place to live in Metro’s commendation ceremony Thursday.
The man who died after being shot Monday night in the central valley has been identified.
Extensive changes are on the way for how school employees report suspected child abuse, according to amendments to Clark County School District regulations made Thursday.