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.
Clark County prosecutors plan to seek a warrant of execution for death row inmate Zane Floyd as Nevada legislators weigh the future of capital punishment in the state.
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.
A Massachusetts man was charged with allegedly using a stolen identity to fraudulently claim unemployment benefits from the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.
Time spent on house arrest could count as time served toward inmates’ sentences under a bill before the Legislature for the second session in a row.
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.
Criminal defense attorneys have started to push for the removal of prosecutors who serve as state legislators, and the stakes are getting higher.
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.