As the Taliban swept through Kabul over the weekend, the takeover shocked the nation. But Nevada Army Guard Staff Sgt. Richard Rohweder, who served in Afghanistan, was not surprised.
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.
The driver of the garbage truck that struck and killed 11-year-old Jazmin Espana in 2017 gave emotional testimony Friday at the wrongful death trial.
Before she was struck and killed by a van last year, Alanna O’Donnell was pepper-sprayed by employees at a nearby market, according to police and court records.
With a donor’s help, Las Vegas police sent a Texas lab a tiny amount of DNA from a 1989 murder case. “We were at the wall,” a detective said. “This was our last shot.”
A wrongful death trial started Monday in a case against Republic Services, whose truck struck and killed an 11-year-old girl in 2017.
Two unlicensed group home operators were sentenced Thursday for abuse and neglect of old or vulnerable people.
Airmen provide an inside look at in-flight combat training during Red Flag exercises at Nellis Air Force Base.
Prosecutors in Las Vegas plan to decide soon whether to seek the death penalty for the woman accused of strangling her 7-year-old son.
A lawsuit accuses a Henderson company that sells high-capacity magazines of recklessly channeling the ammunition into the hands of a mass shooter in Dayton, Ohio.
A woman charged with drowning her two young children appeared virtually Monday morning in a Henderson courtroom.
Another condemned prisoner wants to join the lawsuit against Nevada prison officials over their choice to use a new lethal injection cocktail in their next execution.
The father of a toddler who died in his hot car pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor charge of child abuse, neglect or endangerment.
A Las Vegas woman was sentenced to three years of probation and six months of house arrest for defacing federal property during a Black Lives Matter protest.
Four Las Vegas men are charged with selling millions of dollars worth of cocaine through the mail, federal court records show.
A Las Vegas man has been sentenced for voting twice in the 2016 general election, the Nevada Attorney General’s Office announced Monday.