A former employee of the Las Vegas Valley Water District pleaded guilty Tuesday to mail fraud and tax evasion in a scheme tosteal and sell more than $6.7 million worth of ink and toner cartridges from the public utility.
A man was acquitted of an attempted murder charge Thursday, more than two years after he shot at a shoplifting suspect outside a Target store in southwest Las Vegas.
David Copperfield, under his company David Copperfield’s Disappearing Inc. sued a German company for creating a replica of his “highly sophisticated flying object” used in his “Live the Impossible” performance at MGM Grand Hotel.
Civil rights groups are seeking records from the Clark County district attorney’s office related to its criminal case against a former Las Vegas police officer.
A man whose life sentence was overturned because of a prosecutor’s comments more than a decade ago was found guilty Wednesday in a shooting that left a 22-year-old woman dead.
A 25-year-old Las Vegas woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of second-degree murder and driving under the influence for a crash that killed an 8-year-old boy in August.
Prosecutors should not have been allowed to show jurors photographs of the charred bodies of a cab driver and his passenger, defense attorneys for convicted killer Ammar Harris argued Monday before the Nevada Supreme Court.
The Nevada Supreme Court heard arguments Monday in the appeal of a former Clark County teacher whose sexual relationship with a student led to a kidnapping conviction.
Prosecutors dropped charges Monday against four California dentists, including three brothers, who defense attorneys said were falsely accused of raping a woman at a Las Vegas Strip hotel.
Maggie McLetchie, a Las Vegas Review-Journal attorney since 2012, received the Nevada Press Association’s First Amendment champion award for 2018 on Saturday night.