Nevada governor candidate Chris Giunchigliani appeared to dismiss the growing opioid epidemic at a campaign event this year.
Actress turned conservative commentator Stacey Dash ended her campaign for a Southern California congressional seat on Friday, about a month after it began.
Clark County’s crackdown on illegal short-term vacation rentals resulted in a record-shattering number of investigations last year.
The Clark County district attorney’s office must release more information about its practice of paying witnesses in exchange for their testimony, according to the terms of a legal settlement filed Friday in District Court.
With 21 seats in play this June, the Nevada Assembly elections could cause headaches for both parties.
National attention is focused on the U.S. Senate race in Nevada and the first quarter of fundraising, which closes Saturday, will provide the first measuring stick of the strength of the candidates that appear headed to a fall showdown.
Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority executives, directors and contractors responded to a Review-Journal investigation last year by downplaying questions about agency spending and the independence of its board and planning aggressive damage control, emails show.
The flawed installation of fences intended to protect the Mojave Desert Tortoise from highway traffic cost taxpayers more than $700,000 to correct, and faulty culvert drainage killed one of the protected animals, a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation found.
Republican consultant Benjamin Sparks, who was working on former U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy’s campaign this year, was fired on Thursday following an alleged domestic dispute, the Review-Journal has learned.
Most of the Congressional District 4 candidates who spoke at a Democratic forum Wednesday said they had no clue the event was closed to the press and expressed surprise after a Review-Journal reporter was asked to leave.