District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez, who served on the bench for 17 years, has submitted her resignation effective later this year.
Lawyers for Las Vegas basketball standout Zaon Collins are challenging a judge’s decision to uphold charges against the teen in a deadly wreck.
A civil rights organization has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Nevada’s news media, asking a judge to ensure transparency in the now-stayed execution of Zane Floyd.
A woman charged with drowning her two young children appeared virtually Monday morning in a Henderson courtroom.
In exchange for John Dabritz’s plea of “guilty but mentally ill,” White Pine County prosecutors have pulled capital punishment off the table.
Another condemned prisoner wants to join the lawsuit against Nevada prison officials over their choice to use a new lethal injection cocktail in their next execution.
A 21-year-old Las Vegas man was sentenced in federal court on Thursday to two years in prison for robbing two U.S. Postal Service mail carriers, according to the Justice Department.
The father of a toddler who died in his hot car pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor charge of child abuse, neglect or endangerment.
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.
A Henderson woman waived extradition Wednesday in an Arizona courtroom after she was arrested on murder charges in the deaths of her two young children.
Four Las Vegas men are charged with selling millions of dollars worth of cocaine through the mail, federal court records show.
A Las Vegas judge has refused to dismiss a DUI case against basketball standout Zaon Collins in connection with a deadly wreck.
Masks are again required inside the Regional Justice Center, according to an administrative order filed Monday that immediately took effect.
A Las Vegas man has been sentenced for voting twice in the 2016 general election, the Nevada Attorney General’s Office announced Monday.
“Joshua Honea has finally gotten his life back. He has been in legal limbo,” his attorney, Jonathan MacArthur, said in a text message Monday.