New Rules in Las Vegas Courts to Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19

Amid the chaos and confusion relating to the recent global pandemic, another alteration has been made to citizens’ lives. This change involves the way the Clark County District Courts operate. As of March 13th, and set to be enforced at…


Repeat DUI Offenders Strike Again – Is it Time to Change the Laws?

The ongoing issue of stopping drunk drivers is never as sadly presented as when a careless driver causes injury or death to innocent citizens. A few high profile DUI cases are back in the news and bringing attention to sentencing…


The Recently Arrested are Spending Less Time in Las Vegas Jails

In January of 2019, officials in Clark County decided to implement the Initial Appearance Court program that would expedite the time from initial arrest to court hearing for “lower-risk” defendants who might have otherwise stayed in jail for days due…


Las Vegas Man Arrested for 2016 Crime After DNA Test

Thanks to modern-day technology, such as DNA testing, more and more innocent people are being exonerated from crimes they allegedly committed years ago. On the other end of the spectrum, the same technology is being used to help put away…


Shooting at Fashion Show Mall Injures Three

Three Las Vegas residents are injured after a dangerous shooting at the Fashion Show mall this past Tuesday night. Countless others were left confused, traumatized, or frightened, as they fled from the scene in panic. The suspect has been apprehended,…


Investigations Into the Alpine Motel Apartment Fire

Six people are dead, and 13 remain injured after the awful Alpine Motel Apartment Fire, just before Christmas this past December. The building had gone over two years without a fire inspection, despite a history of failed inspections over the…


Metro Announces ShotSpotter Technology to Fight Gun Violence

Earlier this month, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, in conjunction with the Clark County Commissioners, announced that ShotSpotter gunfire detection technology would be expanded into more neighborhoods in the Las Vegas Valley. The announcement was made after officials concluded…


8 People, Including Las Vegas Man, Indicted on Campaign Finance Charges

Roy Boulos, age 52, of Las Vegas is one of eight individuals being named in an unsealed indictment, charged by the Justice Department for conspiring to make and conceal excessive campaign contributions during the 2016 presidential election. The contributors schemed…


Las Vegas Man Facing 27 Felonies After Road Rage Shooting

Road Rage. Perhaps we’ve all felt it to some degree. Whether being cut off unsuspectedly or dealing with a careless driver who throws a cigarette butt out his window in your direction – it’s easy to become angered at the…


Fatal DUI on Thanksgiving: Suspect Drunk & Possessing Cocaine

Nathaniel Postelle III was arrested on Thanksgiving morning in the Las Vegas Valley after police suspected him of a DUI that resulted in a tragic car crash; as well, police found a gram of cocaine in his pants pocket at…