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It’s been one month of protests after the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police.
Crime is way down in Las Vegas, some 30 percent. But there are exceptions. Domestic violence calls are up.
With the Strip shut down and the streets nearly empty because of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus, has policing become easier or more difficult?
Las Vegas police have had their hands full.
The Fourth of July is two days away. While most of us enjoy a night of grilling and fireworks with family and friends, it is not exactly a relaxing night for police.
Las Vegas police say crime is down in southern Nevada, where two-thirds of the state's population resides.
The video from inside the Metro police squad car was dramatic.
An officer is speeding after suspects and tells a dispatcher the suspects are shooting at him.
A lot is happening with police in Las Vegas these days.
Parkland, Florida is now part of a collection of communities around the country that have been home to a mass shooting. Las Vegas joined that collection in October.
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The 14th officer-involved shooting happened a few days ago in Las Vegas.
A black man named Tashii Brown was unarmed when he died in the chokehold of Las Vegas police officer Kenneth Lopera a little more than a week ago.
Since he took office, President Donald Trump has held true to campaign promises by signing an executive order allowing Immigration and Customs Enforcement or ICE, to step up deportation of people i
When it comes to murder, Clark County is off to another “banner” year.
In the first 10 days, we had five murders. Another man was shot in the chest and survived.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas police say the 166 homicide cases they handled in 2016 far outpaced 2015, and came in just under a 25-year high set 20 years ago.
The previous high was 167 in 1996, and the department handled 139 homicides in 2015.
As the country moves into an era with a president-elect who makes no excuses about how he feels about undocumented immigrants, there are questions on how this will effect Las Vegas.
A stadium committee wants a sales tax increase for more cops on the Strip. But Metro already has a $100 million surplus for more police. Does it need more?
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police sheriff Joe Lombardo implored Las Vegas to stand up and say “not in our city” at a meeting with community leaders.
The FBI a week ago said if anyone is to blame for Las Vegas' increased crime rate, it's police, themselves.
It's no secret that violent crime is up this year.
Homicides are up 91 percent versus the same time last year. Robberies are up. So is aggravated assault.
What’s going on?
Are you feeling safe in your neighborhood these days?
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The killing of an unarmed suspect by Las Vegas police on New Year's Eve has raised concerns about miscommunication and decision-making in the police department already under fire for its use of deadly force.
In one day earlier this week, Las Vegas police shot and killed two people.
In both cases, spokespeople say, the officers feared for their lives.
It’s been almost a year since Clark County residents elected a new sheriff, Joe Lombardo.