Government employees’ salaries are routinely requested public records, but the Lyon County School District denied access to that information earlier this year.
Frail patients are discharged to unregulated facilities or sent home in the middle of the night in ride-hailing vehicles without a guardian or caregiver first being notified, records show.
Candida auris cases have reached their highest levels, months after Nevada’s congressional delegation called for a better plan for fighting the fungus.
During its board meeting, the federal agency repeatedly cited a Review-Journal investigation of the practice of reducing speeding tickets to parking violations.
The daughter of former Gov. Steve Sisolak and some of her colleagues are accused of creating an anti-police environment in a county office that represents indigent criminal defendants.
WeedGenics claimed to have facilities in Nevada and California that U.S. financial regulators say didn’t exist.
Dr. George Chambers engaged in disreputable conduct in connection with offering two patients money to pose nude, but there wasn’t enough evidence in a third allegation, a hearing officer determined.
Capt. David Boruchowitz stands accused of using his position to falsely arrest the former CEO of Valley Electric Association.
A former patient of Dr. George Chambers, the subject of a separate state medical board inquiry, has accused him of sexual assault and battery.
Jim Marsh has dealt with scams in his business, but recently a scammer tried to fraudulently sell land he owns in Colorado.
The dental board’s former counsel has accused her ex-employer and the attorney general’s office of violating open government laws, including withholding public records.
Nevada Peace Officer Standards and Training is the governing body responsible for the training and certification of police officers in the state.
Laughlin deputy constable Craig Dahlheimer was shopping at a Henderson grocery store when he tried to stop juveniles from stealing alcohol, police records show.
The Three Affiliated Tribes acquired 23 acres along Las Vegas Boulevard, but some tribal citizens believe money could be better spent on the reservation.
A pet owner wants answers from the veterinary board in the death of her blue heeler, Tootsie, but information that was once public is now kept secret.