Ronald Dufloth needed to pay rent. On Jan. 8, he told his apartment manager he would rob a bank to get the money, according to a federal criminal complaint. She told him it was a dumb idea.
Briana Erickson covers homeless and veterans’ issues for the Review-Journal. A proud “Florida Woman” living in the desert, she centers her reporting around people living in the shadows.
Moroni Calvo, 41, who pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter for accelerating through a red light on April 25, 2016, killing Quirino “Kenny” Ortega, was sentenced on Wednesday.
Bryan Clay was formally sentenced Thursday on charges related to the murders of Ignacia “Yadira” Martinez, 38, and her 10-year-old daughter, Karla. Clay alluded to an appeal, telling District Judge Douglas Herndon, “We’re not done yet. It’s not complete.”
Minor inconveniences were the order of the day Monday, as Congress limped toward a temporary funding measure aimed at ending the shutdown after less than 72 hours.
A large fight broke out Monday in downtown Las Vegas after the city’s 36th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade, police said.
Scores of Las Vegas Valley residents are expected to take in the sights and sounds of the 36th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade.
As security guards at Arizona Charlie’s, LaTosha Juane White and Phillip Albert Archuleta were protectors — in and out of the casino. They’re both gone now, having been gunned down Dec. 30 while on duty. But their spirits and personalities linger on in the people they touched.
Attorneys for former Las Vegas police Explorer Josh Honea are seeking an acquittal or a new trial after they said two jurors in the defendant’s sexual assault trial engaged in misconduct. But the judge in the case said she will review established case law before making a decision.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Wednesday the appointment of Dayle Elieson as interim U.S. attorney for Nevada.
Clark County coroner’s office says Las Vegas residents LaTosha Juane White, 50, and Phillip Albert Archuleta, 28, were the guards shot to death Saturday at an Arizona Charlie’s after they responded to a guest’s complaint in the hotel.
A Toronto artist claims forged copies of his work are causing him to lose income. A lawyer for the seller claims the prints were “clearly sold as copies” and are a form of expression protected by the First Amendment.