It’s been 16 months since three suspected Nevada members of the extremist boogaloo movement were arrested by FBI agents in an alleged conspiracy to cause violence.
If high-profile Las Vegas attorney Bret Whipple does not successfully complete the probation, his license could be suspended for a year, according to a new ruling.
While hundreds of beds remain open in Nevada, some hospitals have felt more strain in the recent COVID-19 wave. See which ones are close to being full.
Lower-income and minority communities are once again experiencing some of Southern Nevada’s fastest spread of COVID-19, data shows.
Lawyers for Las Vegas City Councilwoman Victoria Seaman have sent a letter to council colleague Michele Fiore demanding she stop the aggressive conduct.
The data represents where an infected person traveled in the 14 days prior to them becoming symptomatic or getting tested. Cases have been rising since early June.
Among witnesses interviewed by agents was City Councilwoman Victoria Seaman, who had a falling-out with Fiore last summer.
Then-Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg successfully lobbied to quadruple fees the coroner gets from death certificates but some lawmakers found the increase unnecessary.
As the highly contagious delta strain takes hold in the Las Vegas Valley, the disease is spreading fastest in affluent suburbs in the west and south, data shows.
Former Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg failed to file required disclosures, hired his girlfriend’s company and did not appear to have properly logged vacation hours.
“The viruses that unvaccinated people are facing right now are the Olympic champions of infecting people, ” said Mark Pandori, director of the Nevada State Public Health Laboratory.
Legal aid attorneys allege Siegel Suites navigated loopholes in Nevada and federal eviction moratoriums during the pandemic.
The Aladdin hotel and its ties to the Detroit mob in the late 1970s are explored in new episodes of the podcast. Also featured: Wayne Newton and Johnny Carson’s feud.
The Nevada DMV will continue its scandal-plagued computer modernization program despite the state Supreme Court striking down a key funding source.
A Review-Journal investigation found Henderson officers with years of misconduct kept their jobs. Confidential police records revealed why.