The woman who kept over 100 cats in her house was cited for animal cruelty, North Las Vegas police said.
For years, the Silver State led the nation on the number of women killed by men with handguns — with mostly husbands, boyfriends or stalkers pulling the trigger — but dropped to No. 16 last year in a report by the Violence Policy Center.
Nevada is falling short on meeting goals set by a federal lawsuit settlement to provide prompt treatment to mentally ill offenders to help restore their competency, a defense lawyer said.
Rain-fueled rivers tore through Mount Charleston’s Rainbow Canyon subdivision Monday, flooding homes, washing away roads and compromising the Kyle Canyon water system.
After saying he found a black bag filled with cash, the man charged with robbing the Bellagio Friday night blew through $10,000 on a room at the Hard Rock resort, shopping at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace and four hookers for “socializing,” according to his arrest report.
A key defendant charged in the scheme to take over 11 homeowners associations was ordered released from federal custody Monday, as the trial in the high-profile criminal case approaches.
Former Clark County schools official Priscilla Rocha and four co-defendants facing theft charges for taking $289,000 in public funds from the School District remain free despite a prosecutor’s assertion Monday that they are a “flight risk.”
Sixteen months ago, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas cut loose its campus stadium partner, Majestic Realty, to make peace with the Las Vegas resort industry.
The full list of applicants hoping to win approval to open medical marijuana establishments within the City of Las Vegas is listed below. The address is the site they plan to use. Some have filed for multiple dispensary sites and some are seeking a dispensary, a cultivation site and a production site.
Everybody agrees Nye County rancher Sue Fallini did nothing illegal — including the judge presiding over her case.