Journalism groups have joined an effort to halt a judge’s order requiring the Las Vegas Review-Journal and The Associated Press to destroy copies of an Oct. 1 victim’s autopsy, which media lawyers argue is a public document.
Because of the “extremely expensive” nature of death penalty cases, prosecutors will instead seek convictions and life prison sentences for Justin Rector, 29, of Bullhead City, and Darrell Ketchner, 59, of Kingman.
Attorneys presented opening statements Thursday during the trial of Janet Solander, who is accused of abusing her three adopted children.
A 28-year-old man pleaded guilty Wednesday to voluntary manslaughter for a punch-and-fall death outside a downtown Las Vegas lounge.
A Las Vegas police officer pleaded not guilty Wednesday to dozens of sexual assault and kidnapping charges involving a child.
James Melton, a veteran Metropolitan Police Department officer, faces 14 felony counts, including theft, grand larceny auto, perjury and exploitation of an older person.
Lawyers for Elaine Wynn on Tuesday told a judge that claims that she sought to destroy her ex-husband’s business are “outrageous” and “false.”
A judge on Tuesday denied a Metropolitan Police Department request to fine the Las Vegas Review-Journal for publishing the name of a man now facing federal charges in connection with the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
A California man must serve more than 12 years in federal prison for committing extortion and conspiring to burn down a Henderson business owned by his estranged common-law wife.
A teen and his mother must spend time behind bars for their roles in the fatal shooting of former Chaparral High School football player Richard Nelson, a judge ruled Thursday.