The cases before a Tucson judge on Wednesday seemed fairly routine: Two men charged with drug offenses asking him to grant them bail.
Henderson police officer accused of driving under the influence and driving a pickup truck the wrong way on a northwest Las Vegas freeway is taking a plea deal that will get him house arrest and enrollment in an alcohol treatment program.
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.
School officials in Las Vegas say an arbitrator’s ruling in a teacher salary and benefits dispute could cut $10 million from a deficit at the cash-strapped Clark County School District.
Gov. Brian Sandoval today praised a federal appeals court ruling that struck down the so-called “individual mandate” in federal health care legislation.