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.
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.
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.
“Joshua Honea has finally gotten his life back. He has been in legal limbo,” his attorney, Jonathan MacArthur, said in a text message Monday.
An Air Force master sergeant was sentenced Tuesday in Las Vegas to more than two years in prison for selling methamphetamine and trafficking in firearms.
The Nevada National Guard is slowly decreasing the number of members assigned to the COVID-19 mission before wrapping up operations by Sept. 30.
Samantha Moreno Rodriguez, 35, is charged in the murder of her 7-year-old son, Liam Husted.
Three former 24/7 Private Vaults co-workers were convicted Tuesday of stealing more than $1 million from the business.
A federal jury began deliberations Friday after a weeklong trial that centered around a 2012 robbery and a 2014 burglary at 24/7 Private Vaults.
Nearly a month after his body was found off a Southern Nevada highway, 7-year-old Liam Husted was honored in a service Friday in Santa Clara, California.
Over the course of a civil trial, attorneys for Hogs & Heifers Saloon accused its landlord Downtown Grand of trying to push the business off the street it has thrived on for 13 years.
A Las Vegas woman was sentenced Monday to one year and one day in prison for preparing fraudulent tax returns and causing nearly $3 million in tax loss to the IRS.
A Henderson man’s two daughters moved to Sweden with their mom in 2013. He said he’s been largely left out of their lives ever since.
Samantha Moreno Rodriguez, the woman accused of killing her son and dumping his body in Southern Nevada, waived extradition Thursday in Denver.
A newly released video depicts the frantic struggle over a detective’s gun with a suspect who police said had confessed moments earlier to killing a missing toddler.