A federal judge has ruled that the most serious charges of murder and conspiracy will not be thrown out against Vagos Outlaw Motorcycle Gang members.
The man who fatally shot a Las Vegas casino executive and wounded another during a company picnic last year was sentenced Thursday.
A Las Vegas woman faces charges in connection with threatening letters mailed to attorneys and to her mother’s former supervisor at Planet Hollywood Resort.
A pair of high-profile Las Vegas attorneys settled a federal legal malpractice lawsuit against a former Pure nightclub cocktail waitress.
Prosecutors seeking the death penalty tried to show that the now-convicted 45-year-old killer had a history of abusing and threatening women in his life dating to the mid-1990s.
Charles Gary Sullivan, the 73-year-old man charged with the 1979 killing, was extradited Friday to the Washoe County Sheriff’s jail.
The Arizona man accused of selling illegally manufactured ammunition to the Route 91 Harvest festival gunman pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court.
A Las Vegas man was convicted Monday of fatally shooting his girlfriend and her 17-year-old daughter, as well as critically wounding her 4-year-old daughter.
If Manuel Mata III is convicted of first-degree murder, prosecutors are expected to ask the same panel to send him to death row.
Douglas Haig previously pleaded not guilty to one count of manufacturing ammunition without a license in connection with the sales. A change of plea hearing is expected Tuesday.