Even before he became a Clark County district court judge, columnist Jane Ann Morrison says she didn’t think highly of Richard Scotti. That opinion has only solidified, given his recent rulings.
The Nevada Supreme Court had two open seats in this fall’s election. Now there is only one. Abbi Silver, chief judge of the Court of Appeals, was elected outright when no one filed against her.
Thankfully, more people didn’t die. Thankfully, more people weren’t injured.
It’s been almost two weeks since the “Las Vegas shooting.” It still doesn’t feel real.
After Sunday’s shooting on the Strip, up to 200 school psychologists, nurses, counselors and social workers responded to a request for assistance from local authorities. For some, the experience was “very raw … very emotional.”
Transportation in Las Vegas came to a halt shortly after a gunman took aim at country music concertgoers along the Strip.
We knew the day would come. It was inevitable. But most of us thought the horror wreaked Sunday would come from overseas, not some gambling geezer living in a retirement community in Mesquite.
Las Vegas is one of the worst cities in one of the worst counties in the country for domestic violence. Here’s what you can do to help victims.
The only person who can prevent the possibility of death and prison from a DUI is the one under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Get a ride, or take a cab.
Staged auto accidents recently led to the arrests of three suspects in a theft scheme. Potential victims who find themselves in similar situations should immediately call 311, a police spokesman said.