Metro OKs $1.5M To Shooting Victim's Widow Metro police have agreed to pay a $1.5 million settlement to the widow of an unarmed Gulf War veteran who was fatally shot in a vehicle at a northwest Las Vegas apartment complex in December 2011.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 10/17/13: Rhonda Gibson, Cal Potter, Danny TarkanianRhonda Gibson and her attorney Cal Potter join the show on the day after Jesus Arevalo, the man who shot and killed Stanley Gibson, was fired from Metro PD. Gibson says Arevalo's release does not give her any closure.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 10/16/13: Steve Sanson, Dean HellerSteve Sanson, President for the Veterans In Politics International, joins the show to talk about the termination of officer Jesus Arevalo. Sanson says Gillespie should go as well.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 05/31/13: Nevada Legislature, The Man About Town, And The Wall-To-Wall Free For AllJune 3rd marks the end of the 2013 State Legislature Session.
Metro To Fire Cop Who Killed Stanley GibsonThe sheriff;s office will fire the police officer who shot and killed an unarmed suspect in Las Vegas in December 2011.
No Criminal Charges Against Metro Cop In Deadly ShootingThe district attorney in Las Vegas says no criminal charges will be filed against a police officer who shot and killed an unarmed, disabled Gulf War veteran.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 12/20/12: Stanley Gibson, Steven Horsford, And The Gripe LineCal Potter is with Potter Law Offices and Attorney for Rhonda Gibson, talks about how a Grand Jury decided not to indict Jesus Arevalo in the fatal shooting of disabled veteran Stanley Gibson.
Cop Knew Of Plan To Take Suspect AliveThe Vegas officer who shot and killed an unarmed Gulf War vet knew of a plan to take the man alive before the shooting happened.