A second suspect was arrested on Wednesday in connection with a Los Angeles shooting over the weekend where two men opened fire on a police squad car.
The mother of a man who was shot and killed by two federal rangers near Red Rock Canyon in February has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
After a lengthy, often heated morning-long hearing, a judge decided Wednesday that a 29-year-old woman should face a jury on a charge that she struck and killed 63-year-old Michael Grubbs while he was pushing his granddaughter in a stroller along Rainbow Boulevard.
A panel of the Nevada Supreme Court on Wednesday reversed a lower district court and ordered it to compel the state’s chief medical officer to examine and report on the nutritional adequacy of the diet of prison inmates as required by state law.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Wednesday gave a victory to the city of Reno in its decision in May to lay off 32 firefighters after federal funding that supported their positions ran out.
The Clark County Department of Family Services is investigating the death of a four-month-old girl.
The man accused in the fatal shooting of a Las Vegas Walgreens employee during a robbery appeared in court Wednesday, while his attorney said he still needed to obtain copies of police reports about the slaying.
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.