A suspect in the theft of nearly $300,000 from the Clark County School District has been bound over to District Court, where he has agreed to plead guilty. More>>
Persian rugs, expensive furniture and even a waterfall. The I-Team got a first-hand look at the lavish accommodations confiscated from inside Clark County School District portables. More>>
Fifty years ago this week, Las Vegas was engulfed by Beatlemania. The hottest act in the world at the time, the Beatles, had personally chosen Las Vegas to be on the band's first North American tour.
Questions are being raised about whether there were warnings signs that went un-heeded about possible mis-use of public money by former school administrator Priscilla Rocha. More>>
Lawyers for Club Paradise were back in court Wednesday, asking a judge to force Metro Police to turn over documents and videos that can help the club re-open. More>>
A pot farm, growing in the mountains near Caliente, has been taken down by a Nevada drug task force. Lincoln County deputies, along with Metro Police and federal rangers, destroyed the grow operation Tuesday. More>>
The investigation into how a cell phone was smuggled to an accused killer in prison is widening. The I-Team first broke the story when the three women were charged in the plot to bribe a prison guard. More>>
Three women are charged with bribing prison guards and helping to smuggle a cell phone to one of the state's most notorious prisoners.
The booming Las Vegas nightclub scene helped to keep the town afloat during the economic downturn, but a two-headed lawsuit filed in both federal and state court has raised troubling allegations. More>>
A nasty tussle between state tax officials and leaders in Lincoln County has taken a new set of twists and turns. At the heart of it all is the top secret Area 51 military base and the amount of taxes paid by contractors out there who are working on who-knows what.
Metro Police officers are undergoing intensive soul searching these days. Recent events, including the showdown at the Bundy ranch and the murder of two officers, have caused some officers to ask if they are in the right line of work.
The people still camped out at the Cliven Bundy ranch near Bunkerville are looking for some help from the public. They've posted an online ad, asking for donations of food, money, and manpower to maintain their security perimeter at the ranch. More>>
A self-proclaimed pimp facing trial for the murder of three people on the Las Vegas Strip has been moved to a higher security lock-up. More>>
A dispute over the amount of taxes being paid by contractors at the super-sensitive Area 51 military base has sparked a legal showdown between the state of Nevada and the county that is home to Area 51.
A suspect in the theft of school district funds has taken a plea deal. But the person is not one of the five indicted in the scheme last week. More>>
A former top cop says clean, green Boulder City is actually a steamy political swamp in need of fumigation.
A former top cop says clean, green Boulder City is actually a steamy political swamp in need of fumigation.More>>
A strip club shut down since a Metro Police raid says it can't reopen. The I-Team found allegations some dancers may have drugged customers to pile up charges on their credit cards maybe behind the raid.
Four months have passed since Metro Police announced that traffic officers would no longer respond to the scene of minor accidents, those in which there are no significant injuries. More>>
Allegations of strippers drugging customers then racking up bogus charges on their credit cards appears to be the focus of a Metro Police investigation at a local topless club. More>>
The right to bear arms and to also legally possess medical marijuana is the latest legal issue cropping up as states ease marijuana laws, even though the drug is still illegal on a federal level.
The right to bear arms and to also legally possess medical marijuana is the latest legal issue cropping up as states ease marijuana laws, even though the drug is still illegal on a federal level.More>>
Nevada public safety officials are taking a second look at a drug interdiction stop on 1-15 where state troopers confiscated more than $50,000. More>>
For decades, police have used the smell of marijuana as probable cause to search cars and people during routine investigative stops. But when pot is legal, can cops still use the aroma of weed to justify a search?
A tour bus carrying visitors to the edge of the top secret Area 51 military base has done something that many people have only fantasized about doing.
A Taxicab Authority officer, charged after recording an accidental phone call from his boss, is declared a victory in court Wednesday. More>>
Prescription drug abuse has reached epidemic proportions in Nevada. In Clark County, more people overdosed on pharmaceuticals last year than all the major street drugs combined. The I-Team found some of those pills are coming from the people paid to safeguard them. More>>
Explosions caused by methamphetamine labs are all but gone from southern Nevada neighborhoods, but a new and similar threat is popping up with greater frequency in homes and apartments all over the Las Vegas valley.
The hit musical "The Book of Mormon" now playing at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts downtown, had a special group in its audience this weekend. More>>
A lawsuit accusing a local mental health center of patient dumping has been dismissed. The case isn't about bussing a patient out of state but putting one in a car and sending him across town to his father's house. More>>
More allegations of theft by public employees have surfaced, this time at the University of Nevada - Las Vegas. More>>
A Las Vegas woman is in jail accused of embezzling thousands of dollars in traffic fines from the Las Vegas Justice Court -- where she was a former employee. More>>
Events like this week's deadly shootings tend to bring out the best, and sometimes the worst in people. While the community is grieving, that didn't stop one journalist from wrangling her way into the home of one of the murder victims. Police are calling it "an underhanded act of subterfuge.”
Events like this week's deadly shootings tend to bring out the best, and sometimes the worst in people. While the community is grieving, that didn't stop one journalist from wrangling her way into the home of one of the murder victims. Police are calling it "an underhanded act of subterfuge.”More>>
Metro Police confirmed Wednesday they actually questioned shooting suspect Jerad Miller about a threat to shoot people back in February of this year.
At least one elected official wants Metro Police officers to get more training and resources after this weekend's tragic events.
The accused shooters from Sunday’s rampage, Jerad and Amanda Miller, were very active with blogs and frequent posters to anti- government websites. More>>
A woman charged with shooting her 11-year old son in the head had been investigated twice by Child Protective Services prior to the shooting.
Watch an excerpt of Bob Lazar's interview with I-Team reporter George Knapp where he discusses artificial gravity. More>>
Watch this excerpt from I-Team George Knapp's interview with Bob Lazar where he discusses element 115. More>>
Watch an excerpt from Bob Lazar's interview with I-Team reporter George Knapp about how he's never been interested in seeking notoriety about the events he claimed to witness at Area 51. More>>
What if we told you that billions of gallons of water from the Colorado River are being used to grow grass somewhere else, grass that is then exported to China and other countries? More>>
It’s no secret Las Vegas is dealing with a drought and while most people in the valley take steps to conserve water, some don’t. Some residents are using water at a rate many times the average customer. More>>
Controversial drug interdiction stops have been suspended in Humboldt County, and the Nevada Attorney General has been called in to review the practice.
Depositions have been completed in a federal lawsuit alleging that Clark County School District Police tried to cover up their role in the DUI death of an honors student. More>>
A once-secret air base in the Nevada desert is marking an unofficial anniversary Tuesday. It was in 1989 that a Nevada man blew the whistle on one of the government's biggest secrets. More>>
It has been 25 years to the day since a live interview with a shadowy guy named Dennis changed everything for America's most secret military base.
Public attitudes about pot have made an abrupt turnaround in Nevada and across the country, but one thing that hasn't changed is Nevada's strict DUI standards. The law puts marijuana users at risk. More>>
It has been 14 years since one of the worst roadside tragedies in Nevada history. A 20-year-old dancer fell asleep at the wheel and drove her car into a crowd of teenagers, killing six. More>>
Could police be playing favorites when it comes to getting search warrants signed by local magistrates? An I-Team investigation shows one judge has signed nearly twice as many warrants this year, as any other judge. More>>
The competition for medical marijuana licenses in Clark County will be fierce, especially since so many of the applicants are among the wealthiest and most powerful people in the state. More>>
Metro Police officers who were on the front lines of a recent showdown near the Bundy ranch in Bunkerville say they feared for their lives.
Tensions have subsided and the crowds of armed militia around rancher Cliven Bundy have largely dispersed, but the situation is far from resolved. More>>
A lawsuit has been filed against the Humboldt County Sheriff's Department alleging deputies there are unlawfully seizing cash from motorists traveling on I-80 toward California. More>>
If someone with a gun stops you and takes your money -- is that robbery? What if the person who takes your money also has a badge? More>>
What does your car know about you? And who is it telling? Modern automobiles are rapidly becoming computers on wheels -- and you might not know what data is being stored about you and who has access to it. More>>
A baby kidnapping case that captivated the nation happened five decades ago this weekend. That's when the Fronczak baby was stolen from a Chicago hospital. More>>
Tanikka Queen was one of about 4,000 substitute teachers who work in the Clark County School District, that is, until she was arrested in March and charged with having a sexual relationship with a student. More>>
A former Clark County substitute teacher is facing as many as 21 years in prison after pleading guilty to two felony counts stemming from a romantic relationship she had with a student. More>>
Dozens of armed federal officers are preparing for a showdown with a Nevada cattle rancher regarded by some as an outlaw and a hero by others. More>>
Technology is helping thieves grab your property fast, for a quick getaway. It's possible the technology was used in a recent string of break-ins in Henderson. More>>
The original investigator of the famed Roswell UFO incident says he hopes an upcoming appearance in Las Vegas might produce a piece of "smoking gun" evidence or a new eyewitness. More>>
Questions remain about who killed an aspiring actor in Henderson and did a $1 million insurance policy have anything to do with it? Though he has never been charged, a former light-welterweight boxer has been named in a wrongful death suit by the family of Joshua Dufort. More>>
The former president of the Las Vegas Chapter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club says he is sorry for the violence that erupted at a Las Vegas wedding chapel. More>>
A Las Vegas woman is suing the Metropolitan Police Department saying she was literally given the "third degree." Warning: Photos in the story may be disturbing to some. More>>
Legal cases stemming from a bloody brawl between rival motorcycle clubs five years ago are finally drawing to a close. More>>
If you've ever been the victim of a burglary, you know how long it can take to get your property back and in many cases you don't. Some victims are now turning to the Internet and social media to find their stolen items. More>>
A man who says he was drugged -- then robbed -- at a local strip club is speaking exclusively to the 8 News NOW I-Team.More>>
A man who says he was drugged -- then robbed -- at a Las Vegas strip club is speaking exclusively to the 8 News NOW I-Team.
A former top cop says clean, green Boulder City is actually a steamy political swamp in need of fumigation.More>>