A federal judge dismissed the case after a confidential settlement was reached between the Las Vegas Valley Water District and 15 former employees who accused the utility of age discrimination and retaliation.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak on Tuesday named Jacqueline Bluth, 37, a Las Vegas prosecutor with a dozen years in the Clark County district attorney’s office, to a vacant seat on the District Court in Las Vegas.
Details about sealed court cases were obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal during the nationally recognized Sunshine Week, which is held each year to focus attention on access to public information.
Former Nevada Senate Majority Leader Kelvin Atkinson pleaded guilty to a federal wire fraud charge Monday, less than a week after resigning from his post.
A conservative internet talk show host and figure in the 2014 Bunkerville standoff wants to interview President Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone while Stone is under federal indictment.
The Nevada attorney general’s office has made its final argument of the year to the state’s high court in a drawn-out legal battle over prison execution drugs.
Ashley’s son celebrated his 12th birthday last month, but to his mother it sometimes seems like he is so much older. The boy, once outgoing, is now quiet and reserved to the point that his teachers bring it up to his mother.
A felony forgery trial was expected to open Monday for Nevada Assembly candidate Michael McDonald. But one day before the election, a judge agreed to shelve the case until March.
A former Las Vegas city government executive claims then-Deputy City Manager Scott Adams called him an “old fart” and coworkers mocked him for suffering from asthma attacks before he was fired last year, according to a federal lawsuit.
An Indian Springs man has been sentenced to one year and one day in prison for breaking into a National Park Service site in Nye County and disturbing the only home for one of the world’s rarest types of fish.