A Las Vegas law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit against a bump stock manufacturer on behalf of the victims of the Harvest 91 country music festival.
A federal judge has postponed a trial for six men on charges in the Bunkerville standoff as Southern Nevadans, including potential jurors and lawyers in the case, grapple with emotions following Sunday’s massacre on the Strip.
Psychologist Gregory Brent Dennis accused of killing his attorney wife and staging her death as a suicide was indicted on a murder charge Thursday.
Recently paroled O.J. Simpson was spotted at Metropolitan Police Department headquarters in Las Vegas on Thursday afternoon.
Six co-defendants paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to director of Nevada housing nonprofit in exchange for him steering distressed properties to them, according to 14-count indictment unsealed in this week in federal court.
A Las Vegas woman serving 18 to 48 years in prison for killing six teenagers in a car crash in 2000 could be close to release following a ruling issued Thursday by the Nevada Supreme Court.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the convictions and death sentences for Donte Johnson in connection with a 1988 quadruple homicide in Las Vegas.
In the wake of Sunday night’s massacre in Las Vegas, a defendant has asked to postpone next week’s trial for for seven Bunkerville ranch standoff defendants.
New federal data shows that minors who land before a federal immigration judge in Las Vegas also are more likely to receive legal representation than in the rest of the U.S. — even though 30 percent still go without.
For the first time in nine years, O.J. Simpson is free. Although speculation raged about where the former football star would head next, a state official said Simpson would live in Las Vegas for now.