Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles appeared in court Tuesday to face a murder charge.
Prosecutors have filed a murder charge against Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, who is accused of killing Review-Journal reporter Jeff German.
A mother accused of intentionally hitting two teenagers with her SUV near a Henderson high school was sentenced to probation on Monday.
Telles, an attorney and elected Clark County’s public administrator, was arrested this week in the killing of Review-Journal reporter Jeff German.
A 26-year-old woman was sentenced to at least 20 years in prison on Thursday for her part in the 2019 killing of her boyfriend’s daughter.
A man accused of scamming investors in a sports betting scheme pleaded not guilty Thursday morning to federal charges in the case.
A preliminary hearing for former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs was postponed as lawyers wait for a final report from Las Vegas police.
The woman accused of leaving Liam Husted’s body on a hiking trail near Las Vegas will plead guilty to murder, records show.
Jeff German’s relentless pursuit of stories exemplified the kind of dogged work he practiced throughout a roughly four-decade journalism career in Las Vegas.
A teenager accused of leaving school and fatally stabbing a man last year was found incompetent to stand trial during a court hearing on Friday.
Morgan Savage and Bridget Stevens are the latest graduates of a Las Vegas specialty court that focuses on women repeat offenders whose troubles are rooted in trauma.
A Wynn Resorts massage therapist alleges the company is a racketeering enterprise in which she was forced to act as an “on-call sexual servant.”
Brian McLemore was released from the Clark County Detention Center on Tuesday.
A 27-year-old man was sentenced to probation on Thursday, months after he was shot by a Las Vegas police lieutenant.
A 27-year-old man pleaded guilty Wednesday in a federal case involving illegal drugs and homemade weapons.