Nevada recorded more than 5,000 excess deaths after COVID-19 struck, according to a 50-state national study.
The number of Nevadans fully vaccinated against COVID-19 that later tested positive for the disease has almost doubled. Most are in Clark County.
Former Regent Bret Whipple agreed to a plea during a State Bar of Nevada hearing, putting him on probation for 18 months.
The Citizen Review Board either dismissed complaints or sided with Las Vegas Metropolitan Police internal affairs in most cases the past three years, records show.
Despite government assurances in early 2020, reporters have faced hurdles in reporting on pandemic response and critical health data.
Clark County’s two mass COVID-19 vaccination sites, as well as smaller sites, are operating well below capacity.
Lawyers working to recover money for victims of disgraced attorney Robert Graham want more than half of the funds the trustee has on hand.
The Review-Journal fought for years and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to obtain child autopsy records as part of a child protection services investigation.
COVID-19 vaccine allocations have been based on an aggregation of how many adults lived in each state from 2014 through 2018, not the most recent population data.
Brian Bradford said he asked the coroner’s office to autopsy his 7-year-old daughter after she died unexpectedly at a local hospital in 2019, but officials refused.
Joshua Martinez, who runs Nevada’s People’s Rights network, faces felony stalking and gun charges related to alleged threats against the life of a police detective.
Federal officials have not shared formula determining each state’s weekly COVID-19 vaccine allocation, the head of the state’s response effort said Monday.
A Las Vegas man linked to anti-government activist Ammon Bundy has been jailed for allegedly threatening the lives of a detective and prosecutor.
In Southern Nevada, authorities are aware of the broadening spectrum of extremism, fueled in part by months of COVID-19 isolation and online venting.
Data shows fewer doses have gone to residents of Black and Latino neighborhoods with high COVID-19 cases. The disparities have raised alarm among health officials.