Candida auris cases have reached their highest levels, months after Nevada’s congressional delegation called for a better plan for fighting the fungus.
During its board meeting, the federal agency repeatedly cited a Review-Journal investigation of the practice of reducing speeding tickets to parking violations.
The daughter of former Gov. Steve Sisolak and some of her colleagues are accused of creating an anti-police environment in a county office that represents indigent criminal defendants.
A highly paid Henderson police public information officer wrote in an email that he would make sure any officers interviewed are part of a favorable story.
Taxpayers fund the salaries, benefits and pensions of Metropolitan Police Department staff, but the fees make transparency unaffordable for average residents, according to critics.
District Judge Mark Denton declined to require the newspaper to take down or modify its video of Henderson corrections officers who were part of a story about overtime and mistakes at the city jail.
Safety experts hoped decriminalizing traffic offenses would lead to fewer speeding tickets being reduced to parking violations, but that doesn’t appear to have happened.
District Judge Mark Denton said he was “not persuaded” to believe video of corrections officers has caused irreparable harm.
The Nevada Association of Public Safety Officers claims showing officers’ pictures violated state law, but the lawsuit raises concerns about violations of press freedom.
Attorneys for the accused say federal law enforcement has opened a criminal probe of the alleged Ponzi-like scheme.
One corrections officer worked 13 days in a row of 12-hour or longer shifts without a day off.
The board won’t revoke the medical license of George Chambers, found to have engaged in disreputable conduct for offering patients money to pose nude.
Agencies often use fees to deter the public from gaining access to public records, experts say.
WeedGenics claimed to have facilities in Nevada and California that U.S. financial regulators say didn’t exist.
Dr. George Chambers engaged in disreputable conduct in connection with offering two patients money to pose nude, but there wasn’t enough evidence in a third allegation, a hearing officer determined.