The federal trial, which began in July, took a weeklong break in early February following four days of closing arguments from attorneys on both sides of the case.
A woman with ties to the death of a 24-year-old Las Vegas model whose body was found encased in cement has pleaded guilty to an accessory to murder charge, court records show.
A Laughlin judge won’t remove himself from a lewdness case against a police officer, even though lawyers on both sides of the case say the two men are longtime friends.
A lawsuit filed last week against Las Vegas police asks the courts to end the practice of local police agencies holding people on federal immigration detainers.
A man charged in the slaying of a defrocked priest in Henderson remained hospitalized Thursday from injuries he suffered when a van carrying inmates crashed.
The victim shuffled to the witness stand in shackles, forced to testify about the day he was shot in a Las Vegas attack that left two others dead.
Matthew Wright, 32, pleaded guilty to making a terrorist threat and other charges for blocking the bridge with a homemade armored vehicle in June 2018.
The lone surviving victim of a January 2017 shooting must testify in handcuffs this week against a suspect in the double murder case, a judge decided Tuesday.
A Reno man was sentenced on Monday to 14 years in prison and five years of supervised release after he was found guilty of leading a drug trafficking ring.
Johnny Brooks, the only surviving victim in a double homicide, is locked up in a Las Vegas jail because he didn’t show up to testify in a death penalty trial for the man who shot him.
A Las Vegas man must spend the rest of his life in prison for fatally shooting a 24-year-old liquor store clerk during a robbery, jurors decided Friday.
A lengthy federal racketeering trial against eight Vagos Motorcycle Club members will take a weeklong break before the resumption of closing arguments.
Former baseball major leaguer Jim Lefebvre sued a moving company on Wednesday, claiming movers stole his 1965 World Series championship ring.
Jurors who convicted a 26-year-old man in the fatal shooting of a liquor store clerk heard evidence Thursday to decide whether he should be sentenced to death.