Clark County officials will allow 250 people to attend the 1 October Sunrise Remembrance on Thursday morning, to echo the governor’s easing of a statewide limit on crowd size.
Michelle Cox filed a lawsuit Friday in U.S. District Court, alleging the district and two Garehime Elementary administrators failed to take adequate action after a classmate allegedly harrased and threatened her daughter.
Incumbent Judge Joanna Kishner is running against Las Vegas attorney Gary Call to keep her seat on the Clark County District Court Department 31 bench.
Judge Eric Johnson faces a challenge in the November general election from a personal injury lawyer for the District Court Department 20 seat.
Nevada reported an additional 404 cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday, along with eight more deaths, according to state data.
Judge Richard Scotti, whose 2017 courtroom outburst led to an overturned jury verdict, is fighting a public defender to keep his seat in District Court Department 2.
With vastly different backgrounds, both candidates in the race for District Court Department 18 are touting their decades of courtroom experience.
Attorney Anna Albertson is challenging incumbent Judge Michael Villani for the Department 17 seat in Clark County District Court.
A criminal defense attorney with a focus on murder cases faces a veteran complex litigation civil attorney in a race for a seat on the District Court bench.
Attorney Ben Nadig is mounting a challenge to District Court Judge Susan Johnson, who has represented District Court Dept. 22 since 2006.
Attorneys Jasmin Lilly-Spells and Karl Armstrong were separated by just 2 percentage points in their primary election in the open District Court Department 23 seat.
An aspiring judge and an incumbent appointed nearly a year ago are facing off in the general election for Clark County District Court’s Department 8 judicial seat.
Officials are urging the public to watch the 1 October Sunrise Remembrance ceremony remotely this year, in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nevada reported an additional 556 cases of the coronavirus on Friday and nine more deaths, according to state data.
District Court Judge Jacqueline Bluth, appointed last year by Gov. Steve Sisolak, is seeking election for the first time in Department 6.