Metropolitan Police Department detectives were investigating a homicide early Saturday near Lamb and Charleston boulevards.
The shooting was the result of an altercation between two groups of people and the investigation continues.
Police are looking for three men suspected of robbing armed robbery early Friday morning.
A group gathered outside the Longhorn Casino & Hotel Friday night to bring awareness to the death of a 22-year-old Las Vegas woman.
Alisha Burns took the witness stand Friday in the first day of an evidentiary hearing she hopes will result in a judge overturning her second-degree murder conviction.
Clark County District Court’s first jury trial since coronavirus restrictions brought the local legal system to a halt in March is set to begin Monday.
Police said a man was taken into custody Friday after barricading himself in a home in central Las Vegas.
Detectives arrested four people Thursday evening after finding nearly 90 pounds of methamphetamine during a traffic stop on Interstate 40 near Kingman, Arizona.
Friends and family of a woman fatally shot on Interstate 15 early Wednesday are asking for the public’s help in finding her killer.
A gunman’s distinctive tattoos helped Las Vegas police make an arrest in an August robbery and shooting outside a bar, according to law enforcement documents.
A Las Vegas man was arrested more than a year and a half after the Microsoft Corp. alerted authorities to potential child porn on the man’s computer.
Video surveillance links a 16-year-old to the deadly August shooting of another teen in northeast Las Vegas, according to law enforcement documents.
A former North Las Vegas police officer charged with battery kneed a suspect in the face after the man was in handcuffs, breaking his jaw, according to an arrest report.
Police are looking for a man suspected of attempting to rob a store on the corner of East Flamingo and South Pecos roads.
Prosecutors announced that five people have been charged with defacing federal buildings in Las Vegas during a Black Lives Matter protest this spring.