A criminal defense and family law attorney is challenging the ten-year incumbent in the Clark County district attorney race.
Katelyn joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s metro desk in June after graduating from the University of Florida. She previously worked with the paper in the summer of 2017 as an intern on the business desk. Before graduating college she was the editor in chief of the Independent Florida Alligator. She was born and raised in Orlando, Florida.
A current family court judge and a public defender who handles appellate cases are vying for a seat on Nevada’s Court of Appeals.
A civil litigation attorney, prosecutor and public defender are all vying for a seat in District Court Department 17 in the upcoming general election.
Six candidates are running for Clark County Family Court Department A in the upcoming general election.
Prosecutors allege that Hells Angels members are threatening to retaliate against witnesses in a racketeering case involving a highway shooting.
A judge granted a temporary restraining order on Wednesday that bars authorities from searching the personal devices of slain investigative reporter Jeff German.
The Review-Journal is seeking an emergency restraining order to preclude authorities from immediately searching the personal devices of slain reporter Jeff German.
A judge has ordered the destruction of the majority of the weapons used and owned by the gunman who murdered dozens in the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting.
Court records filed this month by Tony Hsieh’s family and associates level more detailed accusations that both parties financially took advantage of the Zappos founder, even after Hsieh had died.
A carjacking suspect is not competent to face charges in connection with a 47-mile police chase that ended in a shootout with officers, a judge said Friday.
Christopher Martell is accused of stabbing four homeless people, including two who died.
A battery case involving Saints running back Alvin Kamara was delayed for more than a month on Thursday while lawyers attempt to reach a resolution.
Police have seized personal electronic devices from German’s home that the news organization believes he used for work.
Dozens of media organizations are supporting the Review-Journal’s motion to prevent authorities from reviewing the personal devices of slain reporter Jeff German.