The executive committee of the LVCVA board will consider whether to terminate its consulting contract with former CEO Rossi Ralenkotter in the wake of felony charges against him and three others.
Art has been a reporter, editor, producer and executive producer at top metro newspapers and a top 20-market television station. His work sparked indictments, audits and changes to state law. He has been honored with two DuPont-Columbia awards, a Peabody and been a finalist for the Investigative Reporters and Editors honor.
Prosecutors have filed felony charges against retired LVCVA CEO Rossi Ralenkotter and two other former executives in the investigation into the misuse of $90,000 in Southwest Airlines gift cards.
The top Immigration and Customs Enforcement official in Nevada wasn’t surprised that one out of 14 state inmates is an undocumented immigrant.
Officials of a company hired to modernize the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles’s computer system met with the agency’s former director and key staffers ahead of the state issuing a “request for proposals.”
A former Canadian national, who is listed as an officer on multiple Nevada companies, defrauded investors in Canada and must repay more than $16 million, court records show.
The University of Nevada-Las Vegas dental school spent more than $350,000 to investigate the reuse of single-use dental implants.
Despite the push for removing undocumented immigrants, federal officials still repeatedly fail to keep out people who commit felonies in the United States.
Some undocumented immigrants cannot be returned to their countries after committing crimes because the countries just won’t take them back.
A newly released video shows Scott Gragson, a prominent real estate broker facing felony DUI charges in a fatal crash, telling police he consumed four or five beers and tequila shots, and lost control of his vehicle.
A former Henderson constable pleaded guilty to a gross misdemeanor without admitting guilt and promised to repay more than $80,000 to settle a case sparked by a RJ investigation.
Nevada state employees delayed the implementation of a DMV computer modernization because the contractor failed to pay them as much as $4 million in bribes, a lawsuit alleges.
UNLV has started an investigation to determine who revealed the name of a top donor to the Review-Journal but a media expert said school should focus on internal controls.
Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell was indicted after a Review-Journal story questioning the spending of county money, including at casinos and bars.
The UNLV dentist who received nearly $500,000 in payments that a school lawyer deemed he didn’t deserve, also had a $72,000 a year contract with College of Southern Nevada for part-time work on top of his full-time UNLV job, records show.
The Senate voted 13 to 8 Monday to extend the fee, which was supposed to end next year, through June 2022.