Ebone Whitaker, 38, told police she is a daily user of heroin and had consumed two beers and smoked marijuana before getting behind the wheel to drive home from a friend’s house, according to an arrest report.
Alexis Ford covers crime for the Review-Journal. Prior to joining the team in August 2019, she covered Congress for the Arizona Republic and worked on a national investigation into the climate of Hate in America for News21. Ford is a native of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., and a graduate of Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication.
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The Metropolitan Police Department’s Search and Rescue unit is looking for “at least one (maybe 2) mountain climbers needing assistance” in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area, police said.
No Mask Nevada hosted a rally in front of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s southwest Las Vegas home on Monday afternoon to protest his mandate on face coverings.
Alisha Burns took the witness stand Friday in the first day of an evidentiary hearing she hopes will result in a judge overturning her second-degree murder conviction.
Alisha Burns, now 33, claims she was a teen victim of sex trafficking — not an accomplice in a killing. A judge will hear evidence in the case on Friday.
Tiffany Dolan was arrested this month on a charge of exploiting an older or vulnerable person for more than $5,000, court records show.
The parade started with a speech at Freedom Park, 850 N. Mojave Road, at 3 p.m. and plans to end at Trump International Hotel, organizers said.
Two men were sentenced Wednesday to 20 years each in federal prison after they were found guilty of manufacturing synthetic cannabinoid products at a Las Vegas warehouse and selling them across the U.S., the IRS said.
The unrest on the Las Vegas Strip over Labor Day weekend could have long-term consequences.
Las Vegas police have found the body of a 22-year-old woman, and her death is being investigated as a homicide, police said in a statement Wednesday.
It’s the last day of a three-day holiday weekend in Las Vegas. We all know what that means for our visitors from California, right?
No officers were injured in the shooting, which happened in the 10300 block of Timber Willow Avenue, near Sahara Avenue and Hualapai Way, police said.