In a minute order Wednesday, District Judge Jim Crockett said that Nevada Policy Research Institute “clearly lacks standing” to bring the challenges against the lawmakers.
A Las Vegas judge’s scathing decision to throw out a DUI conviction called into question a separation of powers in Nevada government.
A state spending panel Tuesday approved a settlement with a woman who spent more than three decades in jail before DNA evidence cleared her of a 1976 Reno murder.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Nevada announces it will work with the Office of the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery to investigate coronavirus fraud.
Ex-Henderson police chief LaTesha Watson is suing her former employer, claiming she faced discrimination. The city says her claims are unsubstantiated.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a hero to the four Nevada women who now serve on the state’s historic, female-majority high court. “What a gift,” one said of her.
A Carson City judge on Monday sided with Republicans, saying certain portions of two bills passed in 2019 were unconstitutional because they increased state revenue without getting two-thirds support from lawmakers.
The mother of a 14-year-old boy struck and killed by a car as he crossed a southeastern Las Vegas thoroughfare in April has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Clark County over an out-of-service crosswalk.
The Nevada Judicial Discipline Commission has accused Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melanie Tobiasson of becoming improperly involved in a double murder investigation.
Paying 3,000 Nevadans was a good start — but 70,000 would be better, a lawyer in the case against the state employment agency argued.