Las Vegas Police Create Gang Unit to Combat Increased ViolenceLas Vegas police will soon have a new unit dedicated to pursuing gang issues.
Most Nevada Sheriffs Against Gun Background Check InitiativeSheriffs in most Nevada counties have come out against a background check initiative that gun control advocates are supporting on the ballot this November, but the top cop in the largest police agency in the state says he'll sit this one out.
Vegas-Area Leaders Join Sheriff in Prayer for Peace, SafetyBeneath flags lowered in mourning outside Las Vegas police headquarters, dozens of southern Nevada community, religious, police and political leaders called Friday for peace and prayers following shootings in Dallas, Louisiana and Minnesota that have stunned the nation.
Sheriff Lombardo Citing Effects of Effort to Curb Violent CrimeThe top cop in Las Vegas says efforts to curb violent crime are having an effect.
Las Vegas Resumes Jail Depopulation Program Due to CrowdingAuthorities in Las Vegas are again releasing non-violent offenders from jail, after head counts found they're handling more than 700 more jail inmates per day than they have beds for.
Las Vegas Police K-9 Nicky Honored at Burial for Bravery, ServiceA Las Vegas police dog was remembered for bravery and service during a memorial marking his death by officers' gunfire in a chaotic shootout with a gunman accused of killing two neighbors last week.
Assistant Sheriff Lombardo Wins Sheriff's RaceAsst. Sheriff Joe Lombardo elected to be Clark County's new sheriff
Lombardo, Burns To Face-Off For SheriffThe field of candidates running for Clark County Sheriff is narrowed to Assistant Sheriff Joe Lombardo and retired police Capt. Larry Burns.
Voters Narrowing Field For SheriffNine candidates are vying in the Clark County sheriff primary to be on the November ballot to head the 4,800-employee Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Five - And Counting - Vie For Sherriff's JobThere's another candidate to replace Doug Gillespie as Sheriff.
Metro Police Upgrade Communication SystemThe Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is dropping its controversial mobile radio system.