Laxalt And Other States Filing Lawsuit Against Generic Drug Industry20 attorneys general, including Nevada, filed a federal lawsuit against six drug makers alleging that they entered into illegal conspiracies in order to unreasonably restrain trade, artificially inflate and manipulate prices and reduce competition in the United States.
DA Wolfson Announces Bid For Re-ElectionWith public safety as his top priority, Wolfson re-election efforts are to focus on stronger approaches to reducing violent crimes.
Justices Hear First Case In New Vegas BuildingThe Nevada Supreme Court heard its first case in a brand new downtown Las Vegas building.
Small Town Nevada Judge to Fight 11 Disciplinary ChargesA lawyer for a small town judge now suspended after 17 years on the bench said Wednesday he'll challenge the authority of a state oversight panel accusing his client of abuse of judicial power.
State Apellate Courts Move To Downtown VegasThis second courthouse will provide chambers and offices for the Las Vegas based Justices and Judges of the Apellate Courts and employees of the Administative Office of the Courts.
Sin City Says 'I do' To Same-Sex Weddings An initial frenzied filing for Nevada's first same-sex marriage licenses followed by quickie late-night ceremonies gave way Friday to business almost as usual in the self-proclaimed wedding capital of the world.
Boulder City Attorney Admits Ethics Violation
Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Coming To Nevada After 13 years of waiting, medical marijuana patients in Nevada will soon have a legal way to obtain the drug without growing it themselves.
Reid Speaks Out On DREAM ActLas Vegas' tourism industry continues to show signs of recovery, but officials warn rising gas prices could reverse the trend.
More Legal Punches For MayweatherFloyd Mayweather Junior is facing more battles outside the ring.