Nearly half of Nevada’s prisoners have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Department of Corrections.
Visitations will be kept at a “limited capacity, and visiting hours will vary at each institution, the Department of Corrections said Tuesday.
The Department of Corrections declined to identify the 55 prisoners who records show died after testing positive for the virus. The Review-Journal independently identified 39.
A family with deep legal roots in Nevada is rallying around a judge accused of improprieties on the bench, with one calling for disbarment of the attorney who challenged her.
The Justice Department has reached a settlement with Nevada after finding that the state’s prison system has discriminated against inmates with HIV and other disabilities.
A Las Vegas attorney filed a class-action lawsuit Monday urging Gov. Steve Sisolak to prioritize COVID-19 vaccinations for those 65 and older.
A Clark County resident is being charged with making online threats against Gov. Steve Sisolak, statements his attorney insists are First Amendment-protected speech.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is set to hear arguments Tuesday regarding COVID-19 restrictions on churches in Nevada.
Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo turned himself in to authorities on charges he voted on CARES Act programs while he was benefiting from them.
A Las Vegas mail carrier is among a handful of people charged in an ongoing effort to crack down on fraudulent unemployment claims filed with Nevada’s employment agency.