The man charged in the fatal striking of a bicyclist by a minivan passenger last year pleaded guilty Monday to lesser charges.
Briana Erickson covers courts and legal affairs for the Review-Journal. After joining the paper in 2017, the University of Florida graduate helped document the scope of the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip. Her work centers around people living in the shadows.
A large cancer treatment group has stopped accepting new patients from a debt-riddled health insurance trust that covers thousands of Clark County teachers.
It took authorities 32 years to solve Stephanie Isaacson’s murder — but plans are now in motion to tackle more Las Vegas cold cases.
The explosion initially stoked fears of a possible terrorist attack on the Strip, but prosecutors have said it was planted by a jealous man.
Two of the three men killed in a series of shootings on Labor Day were described by those who knew them as hardworking fathers.
Tristan Tidwell, 35, was arrested last week in the shooting deaths of three men in less than two hours in North Las Vegas.
A memorial ceremony at Nellis Air Force Base on Friday morning marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
“I wasn’t in my mind right mind,” the defendant said during a virtual court hearing. “I apologize for that, and it will never happen again.”
Timothy Harron and his wife, Latisha, billed the North Carolina Medicaid program for home health care services they didn’t provide, court records show.
Jimmy Carter Kim was arrested in 2015 after a 14-year-old from Bullhead City, Arizona, told police she was sexually abused by him.
Veteran Shamus Flynn, now a Nevada attorney, said Afghans who worked as interpreters for the U.S. military were viewed as traitors in their own country.
The two-week wrongful death trial centered on Jazmin Espana, who was struck and killed in 2017.
“I knew at that moment, this was going to change my life forever. I’ll never forget how the country came together,” Nevada Army Guard 1st Sgt. Larry Harlan said.
Attorneys gave closing arguments Friday in the trial that centers on the 11-year-old girl killed by a garbage truck in 2017.
The retrial in the fatal 2007 bombing at a Las Vegas Strip hotel has been postponed after a juror tested positive for COVID-19.