The candidates for Henderson mayor all agree that the city should have its own schools but disagree on a number of issues.
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.
A group of six residents are hoping to replace John Marz in Henderson’s 3rd Ward.
Two lawyers are challenging appointed Henderson Municipal Judge Jeremy Cooley, who is seeking election to his first full term.
Details of an internal probe and discipline of Nye County officers who did not arrest an impaired driver in 2021 before a triple-fatal crash were released this week.
In new bodycam audio, Tyler Kennedy tells a Nye County deputy he had to use opioids to avoid withdrawal. He was released to drive and caused a fatal crash an hour later.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Department revised its arrest policy after a 2021 stop of a driver who was not detained despite deputies finding evidence of drug use.
Three members of a family died in a head-on collision on U.S. Highway 95 with a driver under the influence. Bodycam video shows Nye County deputies had questioned the driver who caused the crash but didn’t arrest him, a Review-Journal investigation found.
Tyler Kennedy could face two to 20 years for each of three DUI counts causing death for the U.S. 95 crash that killed three members of an Idaho family.
In 10 years, Nye County’s David Boruchowitz has been tied to scandals: allegations, multiple lawsuits, and state and federal investigations into sexual misconduct.
Here are 8 case examples of reinstated Nevada employees after sustained misconduct and an arbitration process.
Arbitrators or hearing officers confirmed allegations against many of the nearly 50 Nevada state and local employees for misdeeds since 2015.
Nearly all public employee union contracts contain a clause allowing disputes to be worked out by an independent arbitrator.
The office under former coroner John Fudenberg faced accreditation warnings, and employees complained of harassment and retaliation. Fudenberg still received generous raises and bonuses.
National experts are recommending that all coroner’s offices transition to be headed by a medical examiner, but few have made the change.
Former Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg touted two degrees from Barkley University on a resume and had lucrative outside speaking engagements while on the county clock.