The Review-Journal on Monday asked a judge to prevent authorities from accessing slain investigative reporter Jeff German’s cell phone and computers.
The longtime investigative reporter for the Review-Journal is remembered by friends and colleagues
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.
“11 Minutes,” its title referring to how long the shooting lasted, is intended to be more than a horrific revisitation of a horrific tragedy: its focus is on presenting an intensely personal chronicle of strangers helping strangers.
Sudden resignations at the Animal Foundation Sunday led to a temporary disruption in operations, the nonprofit shelter confirmed Monday.
A man was fatally shot by police Monday morning near a busy west Henderson intersection.
A Las Vegas judge lowered bail on Monday for a 16-year-old accused of beating and sexually assaulting his teacher.
Three jurisdictions that provide water to valley customers are investigating more cases with more inspectors and assessing more fines than ever before.
Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man and woman in connection to a southwest Las Vegas Valley robbery.
Coyote Springs has a golf course and infrastructure but not a single house, and has dealt with bouts of litigation.
Two men were arrested and accused of beating a man to death in Henderson, police said.
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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.
The district changed its grading policy last summer to allow students to revise assignments, retake tests and stop factoring in behavior into grades.
Slain Review-Journal reporter Jeff German posthumously won Podcast of the Year at Saturday night’s Nevada Press Foundation Awards of Excellence dinner.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.