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Man pronounced dead after Henderson crash had medical episode

The Clark County coroner’s office confirmed Wednesday that a man pronounced dead earlier in the week after a single-vehicle crash in Henderson had a medical episode.

Suspect pleads guilty to assaulting Las Vegas FBI agents

A home invasion suspect pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to assaulting two FBI agents by ramming his rented truck into their cars while they were trying to arrest him.

Fired Strip housekeeper gets prison in death threat case

A fired Strip housekeeper was sentenced Wednesday to nine months in federal prison in a bizarre death threat case in which he sent dead cockroaches and pigeon body parts to former employers.

Lawyers: Agents spied on suspects in World Cup betting scheme

FBI and state gaming agents illegally obtained evidence and spied on the defendants they later charged in a multimillion-dollar World Cup betting scheme, defense lawyers have alleged.

Former Pure server files malpractice suit against lawyers in attack case

A former cocktail waitress at Pure nightclub, who claims she was attacked by the son of a Caesars Entertainment Corp. executive, has filed a legal malpractice lawsuit against two veteran attorneys in federal court.

Las Vegas man arrested in New York mob murder case

A reputed New York a mob associate has been arrested in Las Vegas on federal charges he killed a rival in Queens more than a decade ago. Gennaro Bruno, who lives in Las Vegas, was to appear in federal court here on the charges Tuesday afternoon.

Man accused in hammer attacks had been high on meth, report says

The man accused of attacking 10 people with a hammer in Boulder City and Henderson had been high on meth hours before the Friday rampage, police say, and he may have had even more violent intentions.

Judge: Lawyers should have questioned witness payment sooner

Both sides of the criminal justice system — defense and prosecution — appeared to fall short in the case of a 2008 after-school shooting, a Clark County judge said Tuesday, but that didn’t compel him to toss a conviction.

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