Class-action lawsuits filed Tuesday accuse auto insurance companies of failing to reduce premiums sufficiently for Nevada policyholders during the pandemic.
David Ferrara covers courts and legal affairs. He joined the newspaper in 2014 after more than six years reporting in the Deep South, where he wrote extensively about the BP oil spill. Prior to that, he worked for newspapers, magazines and a wire service in Chicago. He is a graduate of Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.
A 21-year-old woman was ordered to serve five to 15 years behind bars on Monday for a drunken driving crash that left Christopher Garcia dead last year.
A man accused of trying to kill his mother and fatally stabbing her boyfriend can act as his own lawyer at trial, a judge decided Friday.
Thomas Randolph, whose murder conviction and death sentence were recently overturned, is the focus of a “Dateline” series airing this week on NBC.
Two Hard Rock Cafe security guards have filed a lawsuit that claims they were attacked by members of the metalcore band Attila during a concert.
A group of Nevada lobbyists alleges that pandemic restrictions on the 2021 legislative session amount to constitutional violations.
A preliminary hearing for a 19-year-old basketball standout, charged with driving while high on marijuana and killing another man, was postponed Wednesday.
A man was sentenced Tuesday to 2½ years in federal prison for attempting to strangle and suffocate a woman on the Pyramid Lake reservation northeast of Reno.
A Las Vegas attorney for the late tech entrepreneur Tony Hsieh is seeking more than $360,000 in legal fees, court records show.
A man who spent a year and a half behind bars before federal prosecutors in Las Vegas dropped money laundering charges against him has sued the government.
A man wanted in the death of a 22-year-old woman whose body was found outside Las Vegas and his father were indicted Friday.
A judge set bail at $750,000 for a box truck driver accused of killing five Las Vegas bicyclists, court records show.
Felon and former 311 Boyz gang member Steven Gazlay and his girlfriend skipped court Wednesday while facing charges of swindling a lender out of more than $700,000.
A drug manufacturer in India has agreed to pay $50 million in Nevada for hiding and destroying records, the Department of Justice announced on Tuesday.