Michael Charles Garcia didn’t get a chance Thursday to withdraw his attempted bank robbery plea. Instead, he got a new lawyer.
A 26-year-old woman will stand trial for fatally shooting her roommate with a shotgun, a Las Vegas judge ruled Thursday.
The first female battalion chief of the Clark County Fire Department has filed a federal lawsuit against the county, alleging that her employer fired her because of her gender.
North Las Vegas officials might have to limit hours at Craig Ranch Regional Park’s skate park in the wake of graffiti cleanup crews’ first visit to the sprawling 170-acre park last week.
Police are investigating a shooting at an afterhours nightclub, but luckily no one was hurt.
North Las Vegas was forced to close part of Craig Ranch Regional Park for graffiti cleanup Friday, two weeks to the day after the park’s Nevada Day grand opening.
If they want to, they will. That’s the truth about kids who want to drink, said Diane Anderson, coordinator of Nevada Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws.
The family of a Las Vegas man killed in 2007 when his vehicle collided with a police car that ran a red light will receive a $250,000 payment, but must return to District Court to determine if the attorneys fees it received were justified, the Nevada Supreme Court decided Thursday.
Tiffany Ward is the mother of 6-year-old Brazyl, who was hit by a car while crossing a southwest valley street on Thursday. She has spent the last five days at University Medical Center at the bedside of her daughter, whose condition remained critical this week.
A motorcyclist is dead after a collision in the south valley Tuesday night.