The latest bid by Clark County Family Services employees to draw attention to safety concerns and problems in the agency was a flier aimed at the department director called “Ask Lisa Why…” But efforts to get Lisa Ruiz-Lee’s attention go back to at least December, according to an employee and union officials.
At least one person is dead after a fatal crash in the southeast valley, Las Vegas police said. The crash happened at 2:38 p.m. near Russell Road and Annie Oakley Drive.
Two people are dead after a domestic violence confrontation and a home invasion, according to Las Vegas police. Metro supervisor Lt. Dave Valenta said the situation, possibly over a custody disagreement, occurred about 3 p.m. on Monday.
In Las Vegas, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Monday urged steelworkers to vote for Democrats Nov. 4 to ensure the Senate stays in the party’s hands and to offer a long-shot chance to take over the House.
Las Vegas police were investigating an officer-involved shooting Monday afternoon.
Stephens Media, the parent company of the Review-Journal, spent six figures preparing to defend itself against a federal lawsuit filed by Las Vegas Sun owner Brian Greenspun.
Robert Pool, the deputized attorney for Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura, has racked up more than $12,000 in unpaid fees and sanctions he owes for improper court filings that have become a civil contempt matter.
One of the five defendants indicted with suspended Family Court Judge Steven Jones in an alleged $3 million investment scheme pleaded guilty in federal court Monday.
A Las Vegas man pleaded guilty Monday to voluntary manslaughter in connection with a fatal shooting inside the Palms earlier this year.
The lawyer for a man accused in a fatal shooting at the Palms said Tuesday he wants to talk with prosecutors about avoiding a trial.