Nevada saw 382 traffic fatalities in 2021, marking the deadliest year on roadways since 2006, according to preliminary data.
Michael Scott Davidson is an investigative reporter at the Review-Journal. The University of Florida graduate has written about issues including evictions, police brutality, government lobbying and lavish public benefits.
In 2021, the Review-Journal’s investigative team and Metro reporters delivered dozens of stories that held leaders and agencies accountable and exposed wrongdoing.
New owners of the downtown Las Vegas property plan to turn the Alpine Motel Apartments into modern studio units. Adolfo Orozco sold the building in August 2021.
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.
The annual death toll climbed to 330 this weekend, surpassing the former record with almost two months left in the year.
Experts say the deadly crash involving Henry Ruggs is one of hundreds where speed, impairment and an increase in dangerous driving are leading causes.
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.
Southern Nevada health officials started a new process to identify when fully vaccinated people get COVID-19. It changed the way data was reported.
A healthy 23-year-old died of COVID-19. He was one of more than 360 new deaths announced statewide so far in August, already the state’s fifth-deadliest month of the pandemic.
An increase in Hispanic residents spurred growth in Nevada over the past decade, as the state’s white population fell to under 50 percent.
It’s the second time leaders at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority have faced sexual misconduct allegations since 2019. Board members aren’t talking.
Court records show Republic Services took action for overdue trash bills at nearly 150 Las Vegas area homes since early 2020, also tacking on attorney fees.