Lawyers representing death row inmate Zane Floyd, who is facing imminent lethal injection, want the Clark County district attorney’s office removed from his case.
An Arizona man was sentenced Thursday in Las Vegas for intending to fraudulently obtain nearly $239,000 in unemployment benefits.
District Court officials are warning the community against jury duty scams. The latest involves demands for cash to clear outstanding arrest warrants.
A Rhode Island man is accused of defrauding more than $4.2 million from investors in connection with the “Magic Mike Live” show in Las Vegas.
Prosecutors formally requested an execution warrant on Wednesday for Zane Floyd, who killed four people inside a Las Vegas Albertsons nearly 22 years ago.
A 43-year-old man was sentenced to prison Tuesday for shooting at Las Vegas police officers.
Joshua Nichols, 38, was booked on a warrant Monday at the Clark County Detention Center.
A man charged in what Las Vegas police called a “prostitution-related” killing was ordered held without bail Tuesday.
Nevada’s attorney general and lieutenant governor want to end the death penalty, but Clark County’s district attorney is pushing for the state’s first execution since 2006.
O.J. Simpson and a Las Vegas hotel-casino have settled a lawsuit alleging that unnamed employees defamed Simpson by telling a celebrity news site he had been banned from the property.
A California attorney wants an appeals court to reconsider her request to throw out a Steve Wynn defamation lawsuit.
An appellate court has sided with Steve Wynn in his defamation lawsuit against attorney Lisa Bloom and her law firm in a legal battle over a press release about allegations against the former casino mogul.
Oral arguments are expected Wednesday in front of the Supreme Court, where lawyers representing Stavros Anthony and Ross Miller will appear before the justices.
The latest Nevada lawsuit fits a pattern of sexual harassment allegations that have surfaced in recent years against the well-known sports entertainment company.
A federal grand jury in Las Vegas has charged a health care staffing company and a former manager with engaging in a conspiracy to fix school nurses’ wages.