Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melanie Tobiasson appeals allegations from the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline.
A man in the United States illegally has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for involvement in an elaborate insurance fraud scam with ties to Las Vegas.
Ex-Henderson police chief LaTesha Watson is suing her former employer, claiming she faced discrimination. The city says her claims are unsubstantiated.
Attorney Jonathan MacArthur, who has attended numerous protests this year, was arrested Wednesday night during a gathering in honor of Breonna Taylor.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a hero to the four Nevada women who now serve on the state’s historic, female-majority high court. “What a gift,” one said of her.
A woman who took drugs and alcohol before she caused an Aug. 3 crash that killed two teenagers has agreed to plead guilty.
Carlos Figueroa, accused of shooting a woman whose burnt body was found outside Las Vegas in July 2019, faced a judge Wednesday in the murder case.
Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melanie Tobiasson mounted her defense this week to charges that she interfered with a double murder investigation.
A Las Vegas man prosecutors said used his job at a drug testing facility to take bribes from people on federal probation was ordered to serve nearly five years in prison on Monday.
A Carson City judge on Monday sided with Republicans, saying certain portions of two bills passed in 2019 were unconstitutional because they increased state revenue without getting two-thirds support from lawmakers.
Pandemic restrictions have forced another delay in the murder trial for a Henderson psychologist accused of killing his attorney wife.
The alarm’s monitoring company could not reach the Alpine Motel’s emergency contact but notified the Las Vegas Fire Department, which did not respond to the property.
Alisha Burns took the witness stand Friday in the first day of an evidentiary hearing she hopes will result in a judge overturning her second-degree murder conviction.
Clark County District Court’s first jury trial since coronavirus restrictions brought the local legal system to a halt in March is set to begin Monday.
Prosecutors announced that five people have been charged with defacing federal buildings in Las Vegas during a Black Lives Matter protest this spring.