FBI and state agents are trying to determine whether there was criminal pay-to-play influence in the awarding of lucrative cannabis dispensary, cultivation and production licenses.
Art has been a reporter, editor, producer and executive producer at top metro newspapers and a top 20-market television station. His work sparked indictments, audits and changes to state law. He has been honored with two DuPont-Columbia awards, a Peabody and been a finalist for the Investigative Reporters and Editors honor.
Then-Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg successfully lobbied to quadruple fees the coroner gets from death certificates but some lawmakers found the increase unnecessary.
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 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.
Records show two arrests, and a series of sexual harassment allegations – including sending nude pictures – but officer Darius Brown is still on duty at the Henderson jail.
The former Henderson officer earned the nickname “Creepy Cop” and was the subject of 60 internal affairs investigations stemming from a dozen incidents, files show.
Sgt. Michael Gillis had more than 30 internal affairs allegations tied to a dozen personal and professional incidents.
Henderson officer Brett Seekatz was promoted despite dozens of complaints over 18 years, some stemming from a 2010 video of him kicking driver Adam Greene in the face.
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.
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.
Lawyers working to recover money for victims of disgraced attorney Robert Graham want more than half of the funds the trustee has on hand.
The Review-Journal fought for years and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to obtain child autopsy records as part of a child protection services investigation.