The man shot to death at Larry’s Villa strip club Sunday morning has been identified by the Clark County coroner as Alxavier Lee Woods, 40, of Las Vegas.
A shooting Sunday morning at a local strip club sends one man to the hospital, Las Vegas police said.
A Las Vegas jury convicted a 29-year-old man this week in the shooting death of a woman outside the Geisha House Steak & Sushi restaurant.
Christina Franklin felt so threatened by her ex-boyfriend that she took classes for a concealed weapons permit and was waiting on the paperwork so she could protect herself.
A second suspect has been arrested in connection with a homicide in the east valley last Friday, the Metropolitan Police Department said.
Prosecutors announced Wednesday that they plan to seek the death penalty against two of three men accused of storming into a southwest valley Lee’s Discount Liquor armed with handguns and killing a clerk.
The man found dead in the driveway of a northeast valley home Monday morning has been identified and two suspects in his death have been arrested.
Billy Ray James, who went to trial three three times for the same killing, has accepted a plea bargain and been sentenced to a maximum of four years in prison. But he already has spent six years behind bars.
A suspect in a homicide that happened in Laughlin last week waived extradition at a Monday appearance in Mohave County Superior Court in Kingman.
Henderson police are warning the community about two telephone scams that several residents have fallen for, costing them thousands of dollars.
A man was found fatally shot Monday morning in front of a home in a northeast valley neighborhood, and Las Vegas police are investigating.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the man shot to death Friday in an ambush at his east valley apartment complex as Clarence McQuarters, 34.
Police have arrested a man in connection with a Laughlin homicide after a body was discovered on a bridge Wednesday morning.
Las Vegas homicide detectives are investigating a dead body found in Laughlin early Wednesday morning.
The boy, Jhronne Maddox, was invited to the pool with another friend the afternoon of May 16, and together they walked to the nearby apartment complex at 3050 S. Nellis Blvd. Once there, two armed men came into the gated pool area, which was crowded with people, and started firing their weapons.