After a video posted to social media showed a CCSD police officer throwing a student to the ground, the RJ requested a copy of the incident report, as well as any prior complaints that had been made against the involved officer.
Deputy County Manager Jeff Wells was placed on paid administrative leave after discussing his son’s discipline with a county attorney.
Today’s installment of “What Are They Hiding?” is a primer that defines a public record and explains how a person who wants public information can go about getting it.
Deadly crashes involving marijuana are rising in Nevada. Traffic experts fear cannabis lounges will make the problem worse.
Robert Telles, the former Clark County public administrator accused of killing a Review-Journal reporter, is selling five rental properties in Arkansas.
The higher education institutions refused to provide documents that should be available for public inspection under state law.
Taxpayers are footing the bill for Cadillacs, Audis, Teslas and other luxury vehicles for some of Southern Nevada’s highest-compensated government employees.
The investment was pitched as a nearly risk-free opportunity to earn annual returns of 50 percent. There was just one problem, the SEC charged in a civil complaint. None of it was real.
Chad Williams, the controversial ex-director of Southern Nevada’s housing authority, is accused of punching a sleeping woman, and then kicking her in the ribs and face.
The investigative team spent most of 2022 uncovering allegations of misconduct and abuse — from Nevada agencies to the Las Vegas Raiders. The biggest challenge was losing reporter Jeff German.
The former Clark County public administrator, now charged with murdering reporter Jeff German, criticized consultant Michael Murphy and warned of theft as he lamented losing re-election.
Complaints about the former elected county official started while he was a UNLV student. His toxic behavior never stopped – until investigative reporter Jeff German was found murdered.
Unofficial Nye County election results show Deputy Joe McGill defeated Sheriff Sharon Wehrly by a nearly two-to-one margin. Wehrly has faced scrutiny since she took office.
Police are investigating whether former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles orchestrated a house-flipping scheme where profits were split, sources said.
A Bureau of Land Management police trainee killed a man and injured two others who were fleeing officers. Experts say the shooting was excessive and a subsequent investigation flawed.