A Nevada jury has found drug companies liable for $104 million in damages in a third product liability lawsuit stemming from a hepatitis C outbreak four years ago at Las Vegas outpatient colonoscopy clinics.
A Nevada jury is ordering pharmaceutical companies to pay $162.5 million in punitive damages in a lawsuit stemming from a Las Vegas hepatitis C outbreak in 2008.
The lawyer for an active-duty Navy SEAL asked a federal jury in Las Vegas to acquit his client of charges that he smuggled guns and explosives from Iraq and Afghanistan and conspired with others to sell them in the United States.
Court officials in Las Vegas say a veteran former head of the local Secret Service office will be the new security administrator at state and local court facilities including the 17-story Regional Justice Center.
Paris Hilton’s ex-boyfriend is taking a plea deal to settle criminal drug charges stemming from a Las Vegas Strip traffic stop with the celebrity socialite last year.
A lawyer for a husband and wife suing two drug companies over a hepatitis C outbreak says company officials purposely sold large containers of an anesthetic for re-use.
A 43-year-old Las Vegas mother tearfully apologized in court for the death of her 4-year-old disabled son, who was found dead after 17 hours in a hot vehicle.
The Nevada Supreme Court is giving a 28-year-old Las Vegas man a chance for a new trial after ruling that his second-degree murder conviction for shooting his girlfriend in the head in 2007 was tainted by improper jury instructions.
A judge has set bail at $25,000 for a Florida high school football coach charged with murder after a fatal punch on the Strip.
LAS VEGAS (CBS) – The 29-year-old son of a Las Vegas judge entered a guilty plea for a heist last December that netted him $1.5 million in chips from the Bellagio casino on the Las Vegas Strip. […]