“My name was killed when he died,” Albert Rossi said of his son and namesake, Albert “A.J.” Rossi. “I waited 29 years for him, and he was stolen from me.”
A woman was sentenced Tuesday to up to six years behind bars after prosecutors accused her of using an 11-year-old girl as a prop while prostituting on the Strip.
The drunken driver who caused a fiery crash last year that killed three Las Vegas teens was convicted Tuesday by a California jury of second-degree murder.
Monday marked the final day of testimony in the murder trial against DUI suspect Bani Duarte. Here are five key moments of the trial.
A bailiff assigned to Clark County Justice Court is facing charges of soliciting sex from a minor, court records show.
Alexis Vargas revealed the scars on the top of his hand from the burns he suffered in the March 29, 2018, crash on the Pacific Coast Highway.
Bani Duarte’s reaction was captured on video, which was presented to jurors Thursday during the second day of testimony in her trial in Orange County Superior Court.
The Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Title Max broke state law by offering loans twice as long as state law allows, thus overcharging customers, but the company won’t have to pay damages because it didn’t willfully violate the law.
Prosecutors had leveled elderly exploitation, theft and perjury charges against the 52-year-old veteran of the force.
A 44-year-old man has pleaded guilty in the slaying of a Venetian executive during a company picnic at Sunset Park.
A Las Vegas attorney argued Wednesday that Nevada’s former attorney general leveled elderly exploitation and perjury charges against a Las Vegas police lieutenant to further his campaign for higher office.
A March 26 preliminary hearing has been set for four defendants in the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority probe, including former CEO Rossi Ralenkotter.
A defense attorney conceded Wednesday that prosecutors can prove his client was driving drunk last year when she caused a fiery crash that killed three Las Vegas teens and injured a fourth.
A Las Vegas attorney who wrote in a death penalty appeal that the Nevada Supreme Court was “dishonest” and “evil” has been suspended from practicing law.
A lawyer for a 21-year-old man accused of killing his former girlfriend pulled back Tuesday on his request for a gag order as the case works its way through court.