A Las Vegas judge denied a request to reduce the $8 million bail for an MIT graduate prosecutors say committed terrorism and other crimes.
A federal judge declared a mistrial Monday in the first Bunkerville standoff case, which targeted six men accused of conspiring with rancher Cliven Bundy to derail a court-ordered cattle seizure in 2014.
Goodsprings residents rallied Saturday in support of longtime judge Dawn Haviland, who is suspended with pay after state disciplinary investigators slapped her with a laundry list of ethics charges.
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Federal prosecutors have filed trafficking and coercion charges against a Las Vegas man accused of driving a 15-year-old girl to a fire station for sex.
A judge has sentenced a Utah man to pay more than $20,000 in penalties and imposed a 32-month suspended sentence for the illegal killing of a Nevada elk.
Famed sports bettor David Oancea, known as “Vegas Dave” in the gambling world, appeared in Las Vegas Justice Court on Friday to face a domestic violence charge.
Jurors in the first Bunkerville standoff trial still had not reached a verdict when they concluded their fifth day of deliberations Thursday afternoon.
A judge set bail at $25,000 on Thursday for a Las Vegas fire captain accused of paying a teenage girl $300 to have sex with him inside a fire station.
After their convictions in a federal drug case, a 93-year-old doctor and his medical assistant are seeking the return of dozens of gold coins and roughly $50,000 in bonds the government seized from them.