Judge: Nevada Supreme Court Will Make Next Execution RulingA judge whose order to remove one of three drugs from a never-before-tried lethal injection protocol stalled Nevada's first scheduled execution in 11 years says the next step in the case is up to the state Supreme Court.
Man Files Lawsuit Claiming He Contracted Legionnaire's At RioA California man has filed suit against Caesars Entertainment claiming he contracted Legionnaires' Disease during a visit to the Rio Las Vegas Hotel and Casino last spring.
Nevada Prosecutor: 24 Indicted In Staged Crash Case In VegasCharges include racketeering, conspiracy, battery with a deadly weapon, insurance fraud and multiple transactions involving fraud or deceit in the course of an enterprise.
Teen Gets 15-50 Years In Vegas Police Officer ShootingProsecutors characterized the shooting as an ambush, and a jury found Urias-Quintana guilty as an adult in July of multiple felonies including two counts of attempted murder.
Event to Mark Appointment of 1st Black Female Nevada JudgeThe first black female state court judge in Nevada will be among three jurists being honored in a formal swearing-in ceremony Friday in Las Vegas.
Planet Hollywood Sued For Hotel Room MannequinBoutwell said he hurt himself trying to escape a human figure that he spotted in his darkened hotel room in the heart of the Strip in May 2015.
Nevada Man Serving Child Sex Term Wins Bid for New LawyerA man serving 85 years to life in Nevada state prison after being found guilty of 36 felony offenses in a child sex case is getting another chance to have a lawyer appointed to handle his appeal.
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.