Bradley Bellisario faces criminal charges, but it’s allegations that he bilked clients out of more than $260,000 that could cost him his law license.
Briana Erickson covers homeless and veterans’ issues for the Review-Journal. A proud “Florida Woman” living in the desert, she centers her reporting around people living in the shadows.
Victims of the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas history still suffer from PTSD, long-lasting injuries and struggle to make a living while court case drags on.
New owners of the downtown Las Vegas property plan to turn the Alpine Motel Apartments into modern studio units. Adolfo Orozco sold the building in August 2021.
A lawsuit alleges Dave Marlon abused and threatened a female employee for months. He has filed his own lawsuit against his accuser. He claims she is extorting him.
The Heights of Summerlin is arguing that a longstanding law guarantees it the same liability protections as companies like vaccine manufacturers. 30 residents died from COVID-19.
The YouTube video, posted Sept. 11, 2020, shows former Raiders player Henry Ruggs with girlfriend Rudy Washington driving a car in Las Vegas and discussing speed.
Brian James Smith was sued by the woman injured in a June crash. Two months later, Smith was arrested on a second DUI charge.
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.
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.
SHARE Village and its landlord are in court over a lease dispute, leaving tenants with an uncertain future.
A judge on Tuesday is expected to appoint a management company to take over services that SHARE Village promised its vulnerable tenants.
Maylien Doppert, 42, pleaded guilty Friday to voluntary manslaughter in the death of her boyfriend.