The Clark County Coroner’s office wants to appeal a judge’s order to provide autopsies to the Las Vegas Review-Journal despite spending more than $75,000 in taxpayer money.
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.
Republicans have alleged widespread voter fraud because of Nevada’s mail-in ballots. A review of facts found few irregularities that could have swayed the results.
Criminals are regularly released without making full restitution to their victims. Flawed policies and offenders who clearly don’t have the money to pay are to blame.
District Judge Judge Jim Crockett blasted the coroner’s office for failing to release the autopsies and accused the agency of “heel-dragging.”
The 2018 donations occurred around the time the lawyer, Brian C. Padgett, improperly took about $152,000 of a client’s money, campaign records show.
More than 100 Nevadans and at least 10,000 nationwide have filed claims against the BSA alleging the organization failed to stop sexual abuse.
The owner of the Alpine Motel has put the property up for sale and sold more than half of his Nevada real estate this summer worth more than $5 million, records show.
Some government agencies have refused to release their pre-pandemic plans to allow the public to assess how well the agency was prepared for the coronavirus.
For 10 years, CPS documented a chaotic home life for the boy, who died in a one-bedroom apartment where 13 children lived. His father is charged with murder. Aaron’s body was found under plastic and rocks in the desert.
Despite thousands still waiting, an analysis shows Nevada performed better than expected, and improved speed in March and April.
Las Vegas police repeatedly tried to make a chronic nuisance case against the Alpine Motel before a fatal fire in 2019, but city officials said the apartments didn’t meet the standards.
Dr. Ivan Goldsmith’s medical license was made inactive after the Nevada medical board found he accessed medical records of the Oct. 1 shooter without treating him as a patient.
Questions are being raised about civil liberties under strict coronavirus shutdowns. Enforcement has led to violence, arrests and fines in some states.
Business leaders say the governor needs to be more transparent about plans to reopen the Nevada economy. Sisolak issued a directive late Wednesday extending the stay-at-home order.