Lawmakers Want to End Nevada's Little-Used Death PenaltyTwo Nevada Democrats want their fellow lawmakers this spring to abolish Nevada's death penalty, which hasn't been carried out since 2006 and is likely to get rarer as the state struggles to replenish its supply of execution drugs.
Sandoval Won't Propose Ending Death Penalty; Others CouldGov. Brian Sandoval says he won't propose abolishing the death penalty after Nevada ran out of lethal injection drugs.
Lack of Drugs is Latest Obstacle for Nevada Death PenaltyNevada officials face yet another obstacle in carrying out the death penalty if inmates exhaust their final appeals.
Trial Reset In Vegas Casino Dealer Slaying
No Death Penalty In Meyers Murder Case(Las Vegas, NV) Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson announcing that he will not seek the death penalty in the case against Erich Nowsch and Derrick Andrews.
Utah Bill To Bring Back Firing Squads Inches Closer To LawUtah lawmakers say bringing back firing squads would remove some of the uncertainties and controversies over the drugs used in lethal injections.
Utah Lawmaker Wants Sex Traffickers Eligible For ExecutionState lawmaker sponsors bill that would make conviction of trafficking underage sex workers punishable by death.
Anti-Death-Penalty Groups Protests Utah Firing Squad Bill A Utah lawmaker's proposal to resurrect the use of firing squads would restore a gruesome relic of the state's Wild West past, a group opposed to capital punishment said Tuesday afternoon.
No Death Penalty In Dahan TrialA former chef is accused in the knife and cleaver killing of his wife after she told him she wanted a divorce.
Court Wont Halt Capital CasesDefendants wanted delays until legislature addressed capital punishment
Elderly Man Won't Face Death In Hospital 'Open Murder' Of Wife An elderly Nevada man who told police he shot his wife in a hospital to end her suffering will not face a potential death penalty for murder, a prosecutor said Thursday.
Trial Set For Accused Nightclub Shooter