Clark County commissioners on Tuesday are scheduled to vote to appoint a replacement for Justice of the Peace Deborah Lippis, who resigned in September.
A federal judge who presided over trial in the largest homeowner association fraud and corruption case in Nevada is stepping aside to make room for a new presidential appointee, court officials announced Wednesday.
A Las Vegas mand pleaded guilty to three counts of child abuse with substantial bodily harm Wednesday, while his wife, the author of a book critical of Child Protective Services, faces trial for alleged torture of the couple’s three adopted daughters.
Arizona resident Douglas Haig, whose name had not been previously released, said he sold ammunition to gunman Stephen Paddock but did not know him.
Edgar Reyes of North Las Vegas and Steven Schwinkendorf of Pahrump pleaded guilty to destruction of government property for their actions at Devils Hole on April 30, 2016, the National Park Service announced Friday.
Bryan Clay was formally sentenced Thursday on charges related to the murders of Ignacia “Yadira” Martinez, 38, and her 10-year-old daughter, Karla. Clay alluded to an appeal, telling District Judge Douglas Herndon, “We’re not done yet. It’s not complete.”
Maysen Melton, accused of raping four high school classmates and sexually harassing others, had been disciplined for sexual deviancy as early as February 2011, when he was a 9-year-old student at Bracken Elementary School, prosecutors said in court papers filed this week.
George Sambuca, 32, was indicted in November, according to the Justice Department. The indictment was unsealed after his arrest on Friday.
A Las Vegas home health care owner must serve a year and a day behind bars and pay a fine of more than $1 million for unpaid employment taxes, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
A former Las Vegas police officer accused of raping and killing a woman more than 20 years ago was ordered held without bail Monday.