A federal judge on Thursday rejected a request to restore the Henderson-based, right-wing social media platform Parler after its account was shut down in the wake of the attacks on the U.S. Capitol.
After four years, a trustee looking for assets from imprisoned attorney Robert Graham has identified nearly $1 million in assets. Only contractors have received money.
A Nevada drilling company is suing Elon Musk’s Boring Co. for trademark infringement, claiming that it started using the “Boring Company” name more than a decade before Musk’s company was founded.
The longtime friend of a suspected boogaloo member was sentenced Wednesday to more than nine years in prison for possessing child pornography.
A 35-year-old man convicted of robbing the same Henderson bank twice has been sentenced to more than 23 years in federal prison.
Seven women filed a lawsuit that accuses a Las Vegas gymnastics center and its former owner of allowing a coach “unfettered access to young gymnasts” he sexually abused.
North Las Vegas is planning to create a new court department that would focus on rehabilitation for those accused of low-level crimes.
Video of a couple exchanging wedding vows in Las Vegas just weeks before authorities say they carried out a two-state shooting spree has been obtained by the Review-Journal.
A Las Vegas woman was sentenced for her role in a mass mailing scheme that authorities say bilked “hundreds of thousands of victims.”
A judge this week dismissed a lawsuit that called for Nevada prison workers to be paid the state’s minimum wage of $8 an hour.
A Las Vegas attorney filed a class-action lawsuit Monday urging Gov. Steve Sisolak to prioritize COVID-19 vaccinations for those 65 and older.
Matthew Ayala, 29, was ordered held without bail Monday in the slaying of his grandmother, who police said was shot in the head and buried in storage containers in the desert.
The lawsuit comes after a judge held an investigator on the defense team in contempt of court for refusing to testify in a criminal case involving a deadly fire.
A judge set bail at $100,000 on Wednesday for a man with ties to a pair of drug overdose deaths in the Las Vegas Valley.