The reprimand comes about six years after the attorney’s reinstatement by the Nevada Supreme Court to practice law. By then, he had been suspended for nearly five years.
Balloting information enclosed with mail-in ballots sent to voters in Lyon and Humboldt counties will be redistributed to correct errors in the original materials, but the errors have no effect on the ballots themselves.
That brings the total number of confirmed cases to 85,799 and the death toll to 1,661, according to the Department of Health and Human Services’ coronavirus website.
Health agencies say disease investigation reports have “limited, if any value” to the public. Outside experts question the decision.
There were 806 additional cases reported on Saturday, along with two more deaths, according to the Department of Health and Human Services’ coronavirus website.
An Arizona man was identified as the victim in a motorcycle crash Monday evening near Overton, Nevada Highway Patrol announced Friday.
A 29-year-old federal prisoner has become the first known incarcerated person in Nevada to die of the coronavirus, according to the federal public defender’s office.
Nevada lawmakers questioned the city of Las Vegas’ decision to spend CARES Act relief funds on employee pay, rather than on relief for residents and businesses.
Gov. Steve Sisolak and local health officials issued a joint statement saying they were working well together, just one week after a letter from the locals complained about the governor’s handling of COVID restrictions.
The winning teacher will receive a $1,000 stipend to use on school supplies, donated by the Nevada Agriculture Foundation, and recognized on the NCA webpage and in the Sage Signals publication.
The university made the announcement Friday amid quickly-growing COVID-19 case numbers among students. The school will also cancel spring break.
Doug Emhoff spoke to UNR students during a campaign stop on Thursday.
Skipper is named in memory of Sgt. Ben Jenkins, 47, who in March was shot and killed in the line of duty by a motorist he had stopped to help near Ely.
Clark County will effectively pay 15,700 late power bills of Southern Nevadans who are struggling financially during the COVID-19 pandemic.