The FBI opened a probe into allegations of misconduct by Nye Sheriff’s Capt. David Boruchowitz after Review-Journal reports of alleged abuse of power and ethics concerns.
Clark County will investigate the company’s treatment of tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic after a probe found executives used “uniquely egregious” practices to evict residents.
A bitter legal fight over the rights to promote a Las Vegas Grand Prix has been settled.
A U.S. House panel spent the past year examining corporate landlords for eviction abuse, but reported the Las Vegas-based company’s practices were “uniquely egregious.”
The Nye County district attorney has asked the state to investigate whether sheriff’s deputies should face criminal charges and whether the department withheld key evidence.
The Garside Junior High School teacher was ordered to leave campus, said attorney Brian Berman, and her keys and badge were taken.
A Las Vegas junior high school teacher says multiple students told her about uncomfortable searches. The principal emailed parents saying allegations are “unsubstantiated.”
A court panel upholds the dismissal of a lawsuit filed against the UFC president by a Las Vegas man, Ernesto Joshua Ramos, who was convicted of trying to extort him.
Clark County’s Ross Miller has been hit with an ethics complaint after questioning the licensing process for a marijuana dispensary near a topless club.
His spotless DMV history didn’t reflect his alarming driving habits — police had caught Gary Dean Robinson speeding at least five times since August 2020, ranging from 19 to 40 mph over the limit.
In 10 years, Nye County’s David Boruchowitz has been tied to scandals: allegations, multiple lawsuits, and state and federal investigations into sexual misconduct.
Tanaga Miller died in the passenger seat of Gary Dean Robinson’s car after Robinson sped through a red light at 100 mph. Miller had left a family gathering just before the crash.
Following release from a Nevada prison in 2010 on charges stemming from the mysterious death of Ted Binion, the Montana businessman has spent a decade remaking his past.
One law enforcement official says the numbers would be much higher – maybe thousands more – if staffing within the Nevada Highway Patrol wasn’t at “critically low levels.
County commissioner questions how Cheyenne Medical, which does business as Thrive Cannabis Marketplace, got a license without a public hearing.