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.
Subscriber exclusive: Records show years of sustained citizen complaints, allegations of sexual misconduct or criminal arrests, yet officers kept their jobs. Some were promoted.
U.S. lawmakers have pushed to make police internal affairs records public, but the Nevada Legislature is considering a bill that would close off key investigative documents.
A trade show in Las Vegas will utilize V-Health Passport, and Clear’s Health Pass is already in use at Golden Knights games.
Nevada recorded more than 5,000 excess deaths after COVID-19 struck, according to a 50-state national study.
The number of Nevadans fully vaccinated against COVID-19 that later tested positive for the disease has almost doubled. Most are in Clark County.
Former Regent Bret Whipple agreed to a plea during a State Bar of Nevada hearing, putting him on probation for 18 months.
The Citizen Review Board either dismissed complaints or sided with Las Vegas Metropolitan Police internal affairs in most cases the past three years, records show.
Despite government assurances in early 2020, reporters have faced hurdles in reporting on pandemic response and critical health data.
Clark County’s two mass COVID-19 vaccination sites, as well as smaller sites, are operating well below capacity.
Lawyers working to recover money for victims of disgraced attorney Robert Graham want more than half of the funds the trustee has on hand.