Robert Eliason’s legal battle began in 2017. The embattled lawman, who is not a certified police officer, has served in office since 2015 and is now in his second term.
Michael Scott Davidson sits through government meetings so you don’t have to. The University of Florida graduate began covering Clark County in August 2016. He’s since expanded the beat to include Nevada’s affordable housing shortage and Las Vegas city government.
Nevadans facing financial hardship can now apply for rental assistance from a new state program under the CARES Act. Local governments also have funds.
In all, the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority has agreed to pay more than $500,000 in settlements to female former employees since 2017 who said they were mistreated.
Deaths among coronavirus patients are growing in Clark County, according to a data analysis. Who is impacted most? Older men who have diabetes and high blood pressure.
The federal agency is paying $18 per hour for census takers to visit households that have not yet responded to the census.
The Battelle Critical Care Decontamination System in Henderson has been used to clean more than 1,700 of the N95 masks since early May.
Cases are surging in at least 19 states. In the Southwest, health officials are seeing the same concerns. Here’s a breakdown of Nevada and its neighbors.
The Metropolitan Police Department has increased fees by almost six-fold in the past two years. Critics say the department is charging requesters for services tax dollars have already paid for.
Clark County announced the largest single-day increase in new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, with 342 reported.
More than 11,000 cases of the disease have been identified statewide, the vast majority of which have recovered.
As Nevada reopens, two bordering states are grappling with their worst surge yet of novel coronavirus cases, just weeks after tighter restrictions were lifted.
Federal data released June 1 showed 126 COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes. As of Tuesday morning, state officials had reported only 92.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services reports 126 deaths from COVID-19. But Nevada had reported only 89 as of Friday.
Las Vegas police used tear gas and nonlethal rounds to break up a protest on the Strip shortly before 9 p.m. Sunday.