Court hearings were delayed Wednesday for four young teenagers arrested in connection with the fatal group beating of a Rancho High School student.
Ronnie Macias, who pleaded guilty to a DUI charge, was arrested last year after police said he rammed into a motorcyclist on a Henderson highway.
A man accused of a DUI crash that killed two Nevada Highway Patrol troopers appeared in court again on Tuesday morning.
The Clark County School District filed a motion to dismiss in a teachers union lawsuit that aims to overturn a ban on public employee strikes.
Chief Deputy District Attorney Shanon Clowers said the driver, Jemarcus Williams, was “heavily intoxicated” at the Palms casino shortly before the crash.
Federal prosecutors said the doctor distributed the opioid pain medication hydrocodone without a legitimate medical purpose.
A new U.S. District Court judge will take over in a case in which a gambler is accusing an executive of ignoring information that felons were illegally gambling.
John Miller, 43, faces three counts related to threatening a federal official and members of their family.
Fereidoun Khalilian, also known as “Prince Fred” and “Fred,” 51, was charged by indictment with one count of use of interstate commerce facilities in the commission of murder-for-hire and one count of conspiracy to witness tamper.
James Leavitt, 61, has alleged NSHE officials did not hire him for position he was qualified for.
Judge James Russell ruled the initiative petition contained multiple subjects and an unfunded mandate.
Two teachers, each facing misdemeanor charges of disturbing the peace, appeared before judges and had their trial dates set.
Johnelle Johnson, 46, appeared in court Wednesday after a judge had given a prosecutor time to review her blood test results.
Johnelle Johnson was arrested on suspicion of DUI resulting in death in a crash that killed a 33-year-old bicyclist in southwest Las Vegas.
Four teens arrested in connection with the fatal beating of a Rancho High student have been formally charged with second-degree murder. Also, about 100 people remembered the teen during a vigil.