A Las Vegas woman was sentenced to three years of probation and six months of house arrest for defacing federal property during a Black Lives Matter protest.
The lifelong hockey fan’s father, Guy Mikalonis, said the younger Mikalonis has followed the Golden Knights’ playoff run at every turn this year.
Of the 240 people booked into the Clark County Detention Center on charges related to protests between May 29 and Oct. 2, four still face a charge of either failure to disperse or provoking a breach of peace.
The officer joined the Metropolitan Police Department in 2014 and had been involved in at least two police killings before the fatal shooting of the Black Lives Matter protester.
A public review of evidence in the fatal police shooting of Jorge Gomez, a Black Lives Matter protester, concluded Friday after several hours of testimony.
Metropolitan Police Department officer Shay Mikalonis, 30, who is paralyzed from the neck down as a result of the shooting, recently attended a police briefing with co-workers.
A public fact-finding review for the 2020 fatal police shooting of Las Vegas resident Jorge Gomez has been set for April 16.
A civil rights attorney claims newly obtained video evidence shows that Jorge Gomez did not raise a weapon prior to his deadly encounter with Las Vegas police.
Zachary Sanns pleaded not guilty to impersonating a federal officer at a Black Lives Matter protest.
Four months after a man was shot and killed by Las Vegas police at a Black Lives Matter march, a protest honoring the man is expected to take the same route Friday night.
Lawyers for a group of protesters and legal observers have filed a lawsuit that accuses Las Vegas police of using excessive force during Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
A few dozen people gathered in central Las Vegas for a protest against the Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Saturday evening.
A march on the Las Vegas Strip brought more than 100 people calling for justice in the death of Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, after a grand jury determined there was no criminal violation among the officers involved in her shooting.
A vigil took place was Wednesday night for witnesses of a June police shooting to help them find closure in the death of 25-year-old Jorge Gomez.
Record-breaking heat and nearly five miles of marching seemed to only strengthen the group of about 100 protesters who gathered Saturday night in Downtown Las Vegas to call for justice for victims of police brutality.