NORTH LAS VEGAS (KSNV News3LV) — We’re learning more about what led a North Las Vegas SWAT officer to shoot a driver he encountered at a crime scene Jan. 3. The man who was shot is opening up about what happened as he lawyers up to sue the department claiming his constitutional rights were violated….

“The number of people over 65 who died after a fall reached nearly 24,000 in 2012, the most recent year for which fatality numbers are available – almost double the number 10 years earlier, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And more than 2.4 million people over 65 were treated in emergency…

The Nevada Supreme Court recently reversed a district court’s decision to absolve a casino hotel operator from liability in connection with sexual assault committed by one of its employees. The case stemmed from an incident involving a female client who checked in the hotel and was sexually assaulted by one of the hotel’s housekeeping personnel….

In Las Vegas the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department recently changed its policy on March 3 and no longer do they document and take traffic accident reports for “garden variety” auto accidents. The department announced this policy change for what they believe are non-injury accidents. Metro indicated that it has to prioritize its manpower on…

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