A five-part special report begins Sunday in the Las Vegas Review-Journal and online at lvrj.com. The culmination of a yearlong investigation covering more than two decades of officer-involved shootings in Clark County, the series will analyze the systemic issues that help determine when, where, how and why police shootings happen — and what can be done to limit them. The Review-Journal investigation includes staff-produced online documentaries, a searchable database of all police shootings since 1990, an archive of original documents, videotaped re-enactments by police and other interactive features.
David Alan Cohen, 59, was found guilty of possession, and receipt or distribution of child pornography after a three-day jury trial in November, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.
A Bullhead City woman killed on Sunday was stabbed so hard in the chest that the knife pierced through her back, court records show.
A Las Vegas man accused of plotting to attack a local synagogue also had sketched out plans to target a McDonald’s restaurant, according to a new court document.
A man charged with making terrorist threats is being held on $250,000 bail, after authorities said he boasted on Facebook about a desire to carry out a mass shooting in Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas judge heard the start of closing arguments Thursday from lawyers representing companies that were denied marijuana business licenses.
A convicted drug dealer was sentenced to life in federal prison Thursday for fatally shooting another man less than a month after being released from prison in 2013.
The ex-boyfriend of a suspended Las Vegas defense attorney was sentenced Thursday for attempting to bring a cellphone into jail.
An undercover agent who infiltrated a Las Vegas chapter of the Vagos Motorcycle Club testified this week during a federal racketeering trial.
A 42-year-old man appeared in federal court Wednesday after authorities accused him of hacking into ATMs at a Primm casino and stealing about $125,000 in cash.