A jury in Las Vegas awarded $29.5 million on Friday to the family of a woman who was left brain damaged after being treated for a severe allergic reaction in 2013.
Briana Erickson covers homeless and veterans’ issues for the Review-Journal. A proud “Florida Woman” living in the desert, she centers her reporting around people living in the shadows.
An aspiring actress and model experienced a severe allergic reaction in 2013. Now attorneys want a jury to award her mother more than $60 million in damages.
A Las Vegas news anchor has demanded $20 million and more from an international charity that he has accused of defrauding him.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada has hired two new staff attorneys as the nonprofit prepares to pursue litigation related to civil rights issues in the state.
A woman claims she found what “appeared to be a fingertip or toe tip” in a smoothie she made last year with bags of frozen fruit from a Walmart in North Las Vegas.
New grand jury testimony and video evidence obtained by the Review-Journal paint a clearer picture of how the deadly two-state shooting spree unfolded on Thanksgiving.
A Russian national pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to conspiring a planned cyberattack against a Nevada company.
The 18-year-old man charged with sexually assaulting a woman walking her dog in west Las Vegas made his first court appearance Thursday.
A Reno man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for producing photos of child sexual abuse and distributing the images online.
A judge has dismissed Clark County’s lawsuit against an advertised “nude luxury retreat” that was accused of operating as an unlicensed business.
A Las Vegas attorney is accused of stalking his wife, who filed for divorce last year, and maliciously destroying her property.
Two more wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against the owner of the Alpine Motel Apartments — the site of the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas history.
Just shy of a year after he became “Patient Zero” in Nevada’s COVID-19 outbreak, Ronald Pipkins is still battling the lingering effects of the coronavirus.
Nevada U.S. Attorney Nicholas Trutanich reflects on his two-year tenure and some of the cases he is proudest to have worked on.
Federal prosecutors are taking over a drug and weapons case filed in Las Vegas against the original bassist for Panic! at the Disco, according to the musician’s attorney.