A Tennessee man arrested in Las Vegas following the January 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol has been sentenced to more than five years in prison.
Katelyn joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s metro desk in June after graduating from the University of Florida. She previously worked with the paper in the summer of 2017 as an intern on the business desk. Before graduating college she was the editor in chief of the Independent Florida Alligator. She was born and raised in Orlando, Florida.
Former Las Vegas City Councilwoman Michele Fiore has applied to fill a vacant seat in Pahrump Justice Court.
A former employee of the Nevada Supreme Court alleged in a federal lawsuit that she was fired from her job because of a mental illness disability.
A Las Vegas judge ordered a mental health evaluation on Tuesday for a man accused of shooting an employee outside a McDonald’s on the Strip.
A man indicted on a solicitation to commit murder charge is accused of attempting to hire an inmate at the Clark County Detention Center to kill a local race car driver.
The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that workers have the right to sue employers if they are fired for using medical marijuana outside of work.
A 64-year-old man accused of strangling and stabbing a Las Vegas woman was found incompetent to face charges during a court hearing Friday.
A 19-year-old man charged in a capital murder case involving three killings was deemed incompetent to stand trial.
A man accused of stabbing eight people, killing two, was found incompetent to face charges during a court hearing Friday.
Documents filed in the legal fight over Tony Hsieh’s estate allege that after the Zappos CEO died, his brother paid himself “several million” dollars from the estate’s money.
Eric Holland, who was arrested last year with a dismembered body in a stolen truck, was sentenced on Thursday to between 18 and 45 years in prison.
Carolyn Muscari is believed to be the longest-serving volunteer in the United States for the Court Appointed Special Advocates program.
Rene Valladares has served as the federal public defender for Nevada since 2011.
The Nevada Board of Pharmacy is appealing a recent ruling from a judge who determined that the board can no longer regulate marijuana.
The murder trial of Brandon Toseland, a man accused of killing his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son, has been postponed for nearly a year.