A lawsuit alleges Dave Marlon abused and threatened a female employee for months. He has filed his own lawsuit against his accuser. He claims she is extorting him.
Critics decried Metro’s actions as non-transparent and contrary to Sheriff Joe Lombardo’s stance that his department focuses on helping ICE capture, deport violent offenders.
The Las Vegas-based firm’s inability for months to “produce key documents and information,” was slammed by Rep. James Clyburn, chair of a committee investigating corporate landlords.
Attorneys said in new documents filed Wednesday that Clark County firefighters “were in a position to extinguish the vehicle fire while it was in its infancy stages and failed to do so.”
The annual death toll climbed to 330 this weekend, surpassing the former record with almost two months left in the year.
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s audit committee chairman said internal reviews did not flag questionable expenses uncovered in a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation before the story ran. But he is planning a change that might scrutinize similar spending in the future.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s top executive criticized a Review-Journal investigative reporter for seeking an interview at the personal residence of the organization’s chief financial officer.
The vice chairman of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board of directors on Tuesday defended the agency’s spending to attract visitors to Southern Nevada.
Assembly Republicans received instructions Wednesday not to talk to the Las Vegas Review-Journal about its investigation of lavish spending by the publicly funded Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Thousands of dollars on wine. Tiffany bracelets for employees. Paid trips to Europe. These are just some of the lavish expenditures of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority over three years.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority spends taxpayer dollars on concerts, sporting events, lavish dinners and some of the biggest bar bills you’ll ever see.
Authority Chairman Lawrence Weekly accepted more travel and what he reported as gifts from the agency than any other board member.
A Nevada Transportation Authority supervisor with a history of drunken driving and a heroin arrest resigned Monday – hours before he was expected to answer Department of Public Safety questions.
A state law officer who had multiple DUI arrests and fled the scene of his crashed state vehicle last month is facing new charges of drunken driving and buying heroin for himself and his mother.
The head of the state department that oversees the Nevada Transportation Authority fired two top officials Wednesday after a Review-Journal investigation found lapses in background checks for an agency supervisor with multiple DUI arrests.