Heat-related fatalities have jumped since 2010, increasing more than fivefold. Many were homeless, Clark County data showed and meth use contributed to deaths in 2021.
Lawsuits and complaints against the Raiders in Oakland and Las Vegas contain various claims showing allegations of discrimination and violation of state labor laws.
Women who worked for the NFL team alleged a pattern of forced demotions, unequal treatment and retaliation if they voiced concerns.
Nevada GOP Chairman Michael McDonald has been served with a federal grand jury subpoena for records of any communications with top advisers of former President Donald Trump.
FBI agents are sending the cellphone they seized from Nevada Republican Party Chairman Michael McDonald to Washington, D.C. as part of a probe into Jan. 6, 2021.
Robert Telles’ third-place finish in a three-person primary comes after a Review-Journal investigation documented problems in the Public Administrator office.
Robert Telles’ lackluster showing in his re-election bid to run the Public Administrator’s office, follows a Review-Journal investigation that uncovered claims of bullying and retaliation.
A judge continued the domestic terrorism trial at the request of a defense lawyer. Stephen Parshall, Andrew Lynam, and William Loomis were arrested in May 2020 in Las Vegas.
Former longtime coroner Michael Murphy was brought in to ease growing tension amid workplace complaints against Public Administrator Robert Telles.
The website, concouncilwoman.com, surfaced last September raising defamatory allegations against Las Vegas City Councilwoman Victoria Seaman.
State and local officials across Nevada signed agreements with Northshore Clinical Labs, a COVID testing laboratory run by men with local political connections. There was only one problem: Its tests didn’t work.
The Clark County Public Administrator’s office has faced dissension for two years, with staffers alleging stress because of an improper relationship between the boss and a co-worker.
Details of an internal probe and discipline of Nye County officers who did not arrest an impaired driver in 2021 before a triple-fatal crash were released this week.
CEO Arnold Stalk’s actions have raised doubts about SHARE Village’s operations, stability and commitment to providing housing to veterans and the homeless.
In new bodycam audio, Tyler Kennedy tells a Nye County deputy he had to use opioids to avoid withdrawal. He was released to drive and caused a fatal crash an hour later.