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.
The recession created a new breed of corporate landlords. Today, they’re evicting Las Vegas Valley residents at alarming rates.
A growing number of cities are requiring landlords to license their rentals and undergo regular code inspections.
The Review-Journal sought to evaluate eviction and code complaint rates among rental companies as of August 2019.
Federal prosecutors have been waiting more than a year for an appeals court to decide whether to resurrect the criminal case against Cliven Bundy and several co-defendants.
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.
Justice of the Peace Harmony Letizia said recent defense attacks on the Review-Journal’s reporting in the LVCVA criminal case were not appropriate and irrelevant to the push to make public the full police report.
Anthony Sgro, who is defending Rossi Ralenkotter, accused the newspaper of conducting a vendetta against the former Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority CEO.
Three Nevada Board of Dental Examiners members resigned Thursday and two staffers were terminated after a Review-Journal investigation into the board.