About 125 people attended the half-hour service Thursday in front of Chaparral High School in Las Vegas.
Jose Manuel Diaz spent 10 years in a Mexican prison for murder before he was indicted Thursday in the 2005 stabbing death of a Las Vegas 7-Eleven coworker, prosecutors said.
Two people were killed and a third person went to the hospital after a shooting near downtown late Wednesday night.
A day after 17-year-old Richard Newsome surrendered to police to face a murder charge in the fatal shooting of Richard Nelson, police said Newsome has been certified as an adult and will be prosecuted in the adult justice system.
A man accused of killing an elderly woman in her home over the summer lived with one of the housekeepers who discovered the victim’s body.
Death of Justin Dale Boyer, 40, of St. John, North Dakota, is Metro’s sixth homicide case of the year.
In her first interview since Nelson’s death, Oniesha Coleman spoke about her brother’s character. Nelson, 18, was fatally shot Saturday night after intervening in a fight between Coleman and others.
Las Vegas police said the 17-year-old suspect wanted in connection with the death of former Chaparral football star Richard Nelson late Saturday surrendered Tuesday, along with his mother, who was reportedly wanted on an accessory charge.
Rickey Nichols removed the nameplate Tuesday from Richard Nelson’s football locker at Missouri State University. The two were cousins, best friends, roommates and teammates.
A 24-year-old man wanted for a homicide in Las Vegas was shot and injured by police gunfire on Tuesday in Anaheim, California.
The woman found dead in a northeast valley apartment Monday morning suffered from gunshot wounds, the Metropolitan Police Department said Tuesday.
Las Vegas police are “actively looking” for the 17-year-old boy they believed fired the shots that killed former Chaparral High School football star Richard Nelson late Saturday.
2016 Chaparral High graduate Richard Nelson died Saturday night in Las Vegas after he was shot as he tried to stop a fight and defend his sister outside the family’s home.
Eduardo Estrada-Puentes was captured in Mexico after three-year manhunt.
The woman was believed to be in her late 20s, and her body was found just before 9:50 a.m. near North Lamb Boulevard and Stewart Avenue, police said.