A Las Vegas business executive pleaded guilty Tuesday to a voting fraud charge related to the 2020 election.
A Colorado man who was shot in the leg by law enforcement at the Red Rock Canyon scenic loop appeared in a Las Vegas courtroom Tuesday and had his bail affirmed at $100,000.
Defense attorneys for former Raiders star Henry Ruggs argued in court papers filed Monday that turning over his medical records to prosecutors violates doctor-patient privilege.
A Las Vegas business executive facing a voting fraud charge related to the 2020 election is expected to enter a guilty plea during a court hearing Tuesday.
A 22-year-old man accused of fatally shooting a man in a Las Vegas convenience store parking lot then randomly opening fire on three other people was ordered held without bail.
A woman is accused of extorting $12 million from a Las Vegas businessman, and authorities have gone to great lengths to conceal the man’s identity.
Former Raiders head coach Jon Gruden, who resigned last month after racist, misogynistic and anti-gay emails surfaced, is suing the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell.
A Las Vegas couple who prosecutors said collected more than $300,000 in federal retirement benefits were sentenced Wednesday to 21 months in prison.
Though Ruggs did not attend a morning court hearing Wednesday, records show that he pleaded not guilty in the case.
A man pleaded guilty Tuesday to shooting and critically wounding Las Vegas police officer Shay Mikalonis at the end of a Black Lives Matter demonstration last year.
Police were called just after 10 a.m. Monday to assist marshals after someone called in a bomb threat to the courthouse, which houses both District and Justice courts.
Although the minimum sentence for a charge of DUI resulting in death is two years, people convicted in recent cases have received prison terms of at least six years.
Attorneys for Tony Hsieh’s longtime friend and financial manager filed court papers Friday withdrawing motions that contained allegations that Hsieh’s brother bought him drugs and “plied” him with alcohol in the months before his death.
Experts say the deadly crash involving Henry Ruggs is one of hundreds where speed, impairment and an increase in dangerous driving are leading causes.