A former Air Force technical sergeant who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in his wife’s shooting death wants a new trial, according to a motion filed Friday.
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.
Colton Lochhead started his career at the Las Vegas Review-Journal in 2012 as a crime intern and student at UNLV. Five years later, he’s taking a new assignment as Carson City bureau chief for the state’s largest paper.
A man injured Saturday when his all-terrain vehicle rolled over in northeastern Clark County was hoisted out by Las Vegas police’s new H145 helicopter, according to a tweet from Sheriff Joseph Lombardo.
Miriam Lujan, who Sue Ann Cornwell and her sister helped protect during the Oct. 1 shooting, brought her now 4-month-old baby boy to meet Cornwell at the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden.
Nearing the end of her last school year as emissary for the Jewish Agency for Israel and as Israel fellow at UNLV, Rebecca Avera is ready to go back to Israel to share with the other Israelis what she has learned.
Three days after being convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of his wife, a former Air Force technical sergeant was ordered to be released.
A disbarred Las Vegas attorney was sentenced Tuesday to between two and five years in prison for scamming people into investing thousands of dollars in a fake medical marijuana company.
A decade ago, Snickers just might have been the world’s most famous cocker spaniel. In his first nine months, he had survived a shipwreck only to be left to fend for himself on an island. Enter then-Summerlin resident Jack Joslin, who gave Snickers his forever home.
After nearly eight hours of deliberations, a Clark County jury convicted a former Air Force technical sergeant Friday of involuntary manslaughter in the death of his wife.
Attorneys made their closing arguments Thursday in the trial of an ex-Air Force sergeant charged in the April 2013 shooting death of his wife — a death that North Las Vegas police initially ruled a suicide.
At 9 a.m. Monday, a constable informed the residents of Las Haciendas Apartments in North Las Vegas that they had to move out.
A motorcyclist critically injured after a crash in the west Las Vegas Valley on Friday has died.
Victor Manuel Rivas, Jr., 25, of North Las Vegas died east of Las Vegas Boulevard North on the 1400 block of Lake Mead Boulevard, near North Vista Hospital, police said.
A Las Vegas man killed Sunday after crashing his motorcycle into a block wall in the northwest valley has been identified.