The Metropolitan Police Department’s abuse and neglect unit is investigating the death of a 6-month-old baby in Las Vegas on Thursday, which appears to be accidental, police said.
A home invasion and hostage situation that became a standoff in the northwest valley Thursday morning has been resolved, according to Las Vegas police.
A state official on Wednesday was confident that the problem of mentally ill detainees kept at the Clark County Detention Center because of a lack of residential placements for them can be resolved.
Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura’s office tried to pressure the Clark County Election Department to list the constable’s office on the upcoming ballot just four months after county commissioners abolished the office, court records show.
A 22-year-old Las Vegas man who told police he slashed the throat of the family dog because he liked to hurt animals is taking a plea deal that could get him probation or up to four years in prison.
Southern Nevadans involved in minor, non-injury car accidents shouldn’t expect a response from Las Vegas police beginning Monday, part of the department’s shift to focus more energy on serious accidents and preventing fatalities.
A pet shop owner pleaded not guilty Monday to torching her Las Vegas business, where firefighters rescued 27 puppies.
Brittanie Merritt-Burwell, 22, has taken a plea deal that could get her at least eight years in prison for shooting a motorist in the neck on the Las Vegas Strip during a Christmas week road rage confrontation.
The Nevada Taxicab Authority’s officers could do a better job enforcing laws regulating the taxi industry if only they were allowed to do so, according to two authority investigators.
One person was shot dead in the 2300 block of Sunrise Avenue, near North Eastern Avenue and Fremont Street, on Saturday night.