Despite opposition to the selection process, 22-year public defense attorney Darin Imlay was confirmed Tuesday to be Clark County’s new public defender.
A new women’s safety class offered through the Metropolitan Police Department focuses on “making good decisions to avoid being placed in a situation where you can be an easy target,” according to Lt. Kristine Buist.
If you’re feeling lettuce-deprived these days because of the health risks associated with the consumption of romaine, you can always turn to a winter salad as an alternative. They’re perfect for this time of year — and not a leaf of romaine in sight.
Las Vegas police said the man fatally shot by an officer during a traffic stop in downtown on Saturday had a “homemade knife.”
Paltry turnout has prompted the state to take another crack at forcing cities to hold municipal elections in even years.
Joey Sonnier started saddle bronc riding at 18, but at 20 he began using methamphetamine to cope with the work of the rodeos and became addicted. At 39, after years of addiction and a low point that pushed him to rehab, he’s qualified for the National Finals Rodeo. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Two early starts Sunday cost Fadol Brown his roster spot. The Raiders waived the defensive end Tuesday after two offside penalties during a 40-33 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Police said the man fatally shot by an officer during a traffic stop in downtown Las Vegas had a “homemade knife.” Demontry Floytra Boyd, 43, died Saturday at University Medical Center from multiple gunshot wounds after officer Paul Bruning, 48, shot him during a traffic stop. Bruning pulled Boyd over on suspicion of driving recklessly at 7:41 a.m. near Sunrise Avenue and 18th Street.
A Pennsylvania teacher who is pregnant said she was fired from her Catholic school job because the Harrisburg diocese was upset she wasn’t married.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has scheduled a closed executive session Thursday to discuss legal strategy in a lawsuit filed by Steve Wynn against Massachusetts Gaming Commission investigator Karen Wells.