A man died early Sunday at a Las Vegas apartment complex after police found him suffering from what they described as “an apparent gunshot wound.”
California native Carri Geer Thevenot graduated from CSU, Chico, and first worked as a reporter at the Chico Enterprise-Record. She joined the Review-Journal as a police reporter in 1991, after receiving a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University. She has spent most of her career covering courts. In 2016, she became an assistant city editor before being promoted to Metro Editor.
A woman’s body was found in Henderson after she was reported missing Thursday night, and police said they are investigating the death as a homicide.
A Nevada inmate was sentenced Monday to more than four years in prison for threatening U.S. District Judge Miranda Du.
The owner of The Studios said she operates a “social venue” that shouldn’t be confused with the sex doll operation temporarily located on the same property.
A Michigan woman pleaded guilty Friday in Las Vegas to defrauding the Department of Veterans Affairs out of nearly $1.8 million in veteran benefits.
A Clark County woman filed a lawsuit Wednesday that claims her daughter was “viciously attacked” by Wayne Newton’s pet monkey during a tour of the Las Vegas entertainer’s home.
Las Vegas attorney Alexis Plunkett was arrested Tuesday on one count of bribing or intimidating a witness and one count of dissuading or preventing a person from testifying.
A man with a BB gun was arrested Wednesday after an encounter with Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo and Capt. James LaRochelle, Las Vegas police announced Friday.
A 78-year-old Henderson man died Wednesday morning following a crash in the northwest Las Vegas Valley.
A retail store security guard was indicted Friday on multiple counts of attempted murder after authorities accused him of firing a gun at his manager and others on Aug. 11.
Records released Wednesday include the summary of an FBI interview with a police officer from Newport Beach, California, who was shot at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
Federal prosecutors in Nevada have charged Arizona resident Douglas Haig with conspiracy to manufacture and sell armor-piercing ammunition.