Keith Weller, who lives with former Las Vegas City Attorney Brad Jerbic, is a registered sex offender — for now.
Briana Erickson is an investigative reporter at the Review-Journal. She previously covered courts, general assignment news and homeless and veterans issues. After joining the paper in 2017, the University of Florida graduate helped document the scope of the Oct. 1 mass shooting on the Strip. Her work centers around people living in the shadows.
Deadly crashes involving marijuana are rising in Nevada. Traffic experts fear cannabis lounges will make the problem worse.
At the time of Jeffrey Hair’s arrest this month, he had a clean driving record, despite a history of traffic violations that were reduced to parking tickets.
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 complaints by an ex-prosecutor against commissioner Leo Blundo and DA Chris Arabia have both been dismissed. Arabia called it “malicious garbage.”
The Clark County district attorney’s office has declined to pursue a felony hit-and-run charge against outgoing Henderson police union President Gary Hargis.
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.
Reid, a Democrat, has been the top supervisor in the office for the past 15 years. She is leading in vote totals over Republican Patsy Brown, early results showed.
Ed Hall, who died at 99, was just a fresh-faced 18-year-old in the U.S. Army Air Corps when Japan launched a surprise attack on U.S. forces.
Gary Hargis, the police union president, is being investigated for his role in a crash last week, according to new records. An SUV tied to Hargis struck a motorcyclist.
In life, Jeff German fought to protect sources. After his slaying, law enforcement and defense attorneys are fighting to obtain his devices, putting those protections at risk.
Clark County Clerk Lynn Goya touts her experience creating the ‘wedding capital of the world,’ while her opponent suggests outsourcing some marriage licensing to casino employees.
Founder Stewart Rhodes and members were at Bunkerville, and at the center of one of the nation’s boldest attacks on Democracy. Their trial for seditious conspiracy starts today.
Rita Reid, a deputy in the Public Administrator’s Office, said in hindsight, a text from Robert Telles was a subtle threat. “It could have been us, it could have been me. There was a lot of anger.”
New Las Vegas police body camera footage shows what happened after the public administrator was arrested on charges of domestic battery and resisting arrest in March 2020.