Two top dental board staffers were terminated in November, but inexplicably remained on the job. The revised board is meeting Friday to determine what will happen.
A Las Vegas Justice of the Peace found the state’s case against two defendants in the Nevada Department of Transportation “Tiregate” prosecution so flawed that he dismissed charges.
Eight years after striking a plea deal to avoid prison time for misusing campaign money, former Assemblyman Morse Arberry still owes the state of Nevada $120,345.
The Nevada Attorney General’s office has repeatedly delayed records requests for months despite a new law passed this year to make records releases more timely.
Three Nevada Board of Dental Examiners members resigned Thursday and two staffers were terminated after a Review-Journal investigation into the board.
Two Department of Motor Vehicles staffers were paid more than $100,000 each while on administrative leave around the time a bribery scandal involving the DMV’s computer system broke.
Gov. Sisolak asked the Nevada Board of Dental Examiners to cancel their monthly meeting days after the Review-Journal published an investigation into problems with the agency.
Officials of a company hired to modernize the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles’s computer system met with the agency’s former director and key staffers ahead of the state issuing a “request for proposals.”
Nevada state employees delayed the implementation of a DMV computer modernization because the contractor failed to pay them as much as $4 million in bribes, a lawsuit alleges.
Henderson Mayor Debra March wasn’t running for office last year, but she still spent more than $60,000 of her campaign’s money on gasoline, gifts, restaurants and travel.