The report said the video posed a “substantial risk of damage to the political images and reputations” of the two women, but concluded the evidence does not support a “cover-up” for the city’s benefit.
Las Vegas city councilwoman Victoria Seaman filed a lawsuit against colleague Michele Fiore, accusing her of assault during a 2021 fight. The city is accused of destroying evidence.
Jeff Wells, Clark County Deputy Manager, has overseen four departments where serious misconduct was exposed by the Review-Journal, including the public administrator’s office.
Founder Stewart Rhodes and members were at Bunkerville, and at the center of one of the nation’s boldest attacks on Democracy. Their trial for seditious conspiracy starts today.
Rita Reid, a deputy in the Public Administrator’s Office, said in hindsight, a text from Robert Telles was a subtle threat. “It could have been us, it could have been me. There was a lot of anger.”
The Las Vegas investigative journalist’s killing angered and rallied his co-workers, who helped police identify an elected official as the suspect.
The Investigative Reporters and Editors organization has established a fund in honor of slain Review-Journal reporter Jeff German, the nonprofit announced Thursday.
A Review-Journal investigation showed over 200,000 tickets were pleaded down to parking violations between 2017 and 2021, a policy that concerns state safety officials.
The Clark County official accused of murdering investigative reporter Jeff German was arrested at his home after a fight with his wife, who hid in a room and called police.
Telles, an attorney and elected Clark County’s public administrator, was arrested this week in the killing of Review-Journal reporter Jeff German.
The family of Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German has set up a portal where people can make donations in his name.
Investigative journalist Jeff German had reported extensively on turmoil and allegations about bullying and favoritism in the Clark County Public Administrator’s office involving Robert Telles.
Jeff German reported alleged bullying and favoritism by Public Administrator Robert Telles. After his arrest, some workers said they have been fearful for months.
Starting in October, medical professionals will patrol with the Metropolitan Police Department seven nights a week to collect blood samples at traffic stops to combat DUI.