A former North Las Vegas firefighter charged with murder in his wife’s overdose death pleaded guilty Friday to involuntary manslaughter.
Nevada’s first night court program designed to make attending municipal court hearings easier will open for business next week in North Las Vegas.
One of two men prosecutors said were tied to a 2016 fatal stabbing at High Desert State Prison pleaded guilty this week to first-degree murder.
Two men were found guilty Thursday of first-degree murder and other charges for their roles in a 2016 shooting death.
“Mental health court was the best thing that ever happened to me,” 53-year-old Henry Snyder said recently. He has become a completely different person in the past six years.
The jury began deliberations Wednesday in a murder trial for two men accused of a 2016 fatal shooting, one of whom is facing the death penalty.
Brian James Smith was sued by the woman injured in a June crash. Two months later, Smith was arrested on a second DUI charge.
Robert and Tracy Eglet, partners at the Eglet Adams law firm, have donated $25 million to University of the Pacific’s law school in Sacramento.
Of the 18 former NBA players indicted, Alan Anderson, Charles Watson Jr. and Antoine Wright appeared virtually in U.S. District Court in Las Vegas.
Chance Wilson, 20, of Palmdale, California, pleaded guilty in June to voluntary manslaughter with a deadly weapon.
Gamal Abdelaziz, a former casino executive from Las Vegas, and John Wilson, a former Staples Inc. executive, were found guilty after about 10 hours of deliberations.
A U.S. magistrate judge in Nevada recommended that the judge hearing the case dismiss the lawsuit against the soccer star.
A federal judge ruled that prosecutors failed to prove that Sylviane Whitmore and Larry McDaniel knew 24/7 Private Vaults was in bankruptcy in 2014.
William Ferguson has stolen or attempted to steal $150,000 in casino chips since the 1990s, a prosecutor said.