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Work to change historic Nevada prison to museum is going slow

Rusty gates that used to clang shut behind inmates sentenced to serve time at what was one of the West’s oldest territorial prisons might one day swing open for visitors and history buffs at the Nevada State Prison.

Judicial discipline commission hopes to add staff as caseload grows

Complaints against judges across the state are rising, but the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline is having a tough time keeping up. Executive Director Paul Deyhle said the commission lacks modern-day resources, manpower and authority to handle the growing caseload.

Spouses tangle over pets in divorce court

Couples fight over their children, their houses, and even their pets. A recent survey found that lawyers have noticed an increase in the number of fights over custody of a pet. Most of the time, those disputes involved a dog.

Man killed in Walgreens robbery IDd by coroner

The Las Vegas man who was shot and killed in the robbery of a Walgreens Friday morning was positively identified Sunday by the Clark County coroner’s office.

Woman facing attempted murder charge after Saturday shooting

The woman arrested Saturday afternoon in connection with a shooting two hours earlier in the northwest valley faces an attempted murder charge, according to Las Vegas police.

Customers flock to Vegas Walgreens, honor slain clerk

A Las Vegas Walgreens was packed with customers early Saturday afternoon, one day after a store employee was shot and killed by an armed robber.

Vegas police seek help finding man who robbed CVS

Las Vegas police are seeking the public’s help Saturday in identifying a man in connection with a robbery in the central valley.

Budget problems push drug court to stop taking new referrals

Clark County drug court recently stopped accepting new referrals, and the program may be full through this spring, according to Judge Linda Bell, who has presided over the county’s specialty court program for two years.

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