Gov. Brian Sandoval and Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles employees will wear blue Thursday to mark National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and stand in solidarity with the crime’s victims.
A federal lawsuit filed in Nevada this week charges the owners and operators of the international “revenge porn” website MyEx.com with violating state and federal law.
Clark County was the first hyperlocal government body in Nevada to sue pharmaceutical companies dealing in prescription painkillers, but it will likely be far from the last.
Patrick Gavin will continue to serve as executive director of the Nevada State Public Charter Authority after being reappointed by Sandoval.
Immigration officials say they arrested 21 employees suspected of being undocumented immigrants in the sweep of 98 convenience stores in the U.S. A top ICE officials calls the operation “the first of many.”
A Las Vegas gaming equipment manufacturing company that plans to expand its slot-machine offerings has been recommended for approval for an initial public offering as a publicly traded company by the state Gaming Control Board.