Sandoval Names Vegas Lawyer to State Court VacancyNevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is appointing Las Vegas attorney David Jones to a state court judicial vacancy in Las Vegas.
Trump Campaign Alleges Early-Voting Violations in Las VegasDonald Trump campaign officials on Tuesday alleged "egregious violations" of early-voting rules at four locations in Las Vegas, where Clark County officials acknowledged voters kept casting ballots past posted closing times.
Trial Date Set for Ex-Nevada Prison Guard in Shotgun SlayingTrial has been scheduled next May in Las Vegas for a former Nevada prison guard trainee who pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the shotgun death of an inmate behind bars almost two years ago.
Funeral Set for Longtime Former Las Vegas Judge and LawyerA funeral is scheduled Tuesday for longtime Nevada state court judge and Las Vegas attorney Carl Christensen, who died recently at age 86.
DA Fighting Gambler Diversion Law for Grandma in Theft CaseA Las Vegas woman's bid to get out of prison and into gambling addiction treatment has become a fight over whether she can be freed to house arrest until the state Supreme Court decides if she's eligible for placement in a court diversion and restitution program.
State Court Judge in Las Vegas Dies After Battle With CancerOfficials say a Nevada state court judge in Las Vegas has died after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Vegas Mom's Efforts Credited as 4 Charged in 2009 SlayingA prosecutor says a mother's persistence led to the indictment of four men on murder and other charges in a shooting that killed a 16-year-old and left another teen wounded outside a house party in Las Vegas more than seven years ago.
Vegas K-9 Officer Indicted in Insurance Fraud, Arson CaseA veteran Las Vegas police K-9 officer has been indicted on felony charges alleging he burned his recreational vehicle trailer in January for the insurance money.
5,200 Sex Offender Names on List to Be PostedA state official says the names of 5,200 of 6,500 convicted sex offenders in Nevada are slated to be posted online Friday.
Grandma in Theft Case Invoking Problem Gambler Diversion LawA Las Vegas grandmother who went to prison for stealing more than $500,000 from the plumbing business where she kept the books is invoking a little-used state law to seek placement in a court diversion and restitution program.
Vegas Gambling Grandma Asks Court for Treatment, Not PrisonA judge has thrown out the conviction of a Las Vegas grandmother who claims a gambling addiction made her steal more than $500,000 from the plumbing business where she kept the books for almost 25 years.
Vegas Man, 21, Takes Plea Deal in Drug Deal Slaying CaseA 21-year-old Las Vegas man has pleaded guilty to a reduced murder charge in the shooting death of a man during a botched drug deal in February at an apartment complex near Nellis Air Force Base.