A Las Vegas man who practices law in California is defending a white woman charged with filing a false report with police against a Black bird-watcher in New York.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday questioned why prosecutors in Las Vegas have decided to charge some DUI suspects with murder, evoking commentary on whether race and wealth played a role.
The informant, identified by the pseudonym “John Smith,” testified before a county grand jury in June detailing his undercover encounters with the extremist group.
Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson has not ruled out a retrial of Jessica Williams in a two-decades-old crash that killed six teens.
A Reno man has been charged with destruction of federal property in connection with damage done to the city’s federal courthouse after a May 30 Black Lives Matter march.
The Department of Justice announced Thursday that nearly $11.6 million in coronavirus relief funds would be delivered to cities and police departments across Nevada.
Nitia Hall filed the lawsuit June 25 in Clark County District Court. Her child, who has an intellectual disability, went missing in 2018 from Fremont Middle School in Las Vegas.
An Arizona man was sentenced Tuesday in Las Vegas to 13 months in prison for selling illegally manufactured ammunition to the Route 91 Harvest festival gunman.
A 22-year-old man has been indicted in the slaying of another man who was shot while walking down a street in Henderson this year.
A 33-year-old Russian man pleaded guilty in Las Vegas on Friday for his role in a global cybercrime ring that allegedly defrauded people around the world of more than $530 million.
A 159-count racketeering indictment handed down this week charges 18 people with alleged ties to a criminal syndicate known as the United Samoan Organization with crimes including attempted murder and forgery.
Suspected members of the boogaloo movement pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal charges in an alleged conspiracy to cause violence during Black Lives Matter protests.
Lawyers for a suspended Las Vegas detective and a former high-ranking director of the police union asked a judge on Wednesday to throw out felony charges against them.
Kelsie Ballas filed the complaint against the Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents on June 17 in Washoe County District Court.
A federal judge has vacated the convictions of Jessica Williams in the deaths of six Las Vegas Valley youths killed in an Interstate 15 median in 2000.