District Court Judge Jacqueline Bluth, appointed last year by Gov. Steve Sisolak, is seeking election for the first time in Department 6.
Briana Erickson covers courts and legal affairs for the Review-Journal. 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.
World War II veteran Vincent Shank, wearing a shirt reading “It took me 104 years to look this good,” was treated to a socially distanced drive-thru parade Saturday in Las Vegas.
Retired Army Green Beret Lt. Col. James “Bo” Gritz, portrayed in an episode of the miniseries “Waco,” now lives a relatively quiet life in Southern Nevada.
The parade, long billed as the “largest Veterans Day parade west of the Mississippi River,” has been canceled because it could not comply with state public gathering limits.
Nevada identified long-term care facilities as a cause for concern early in the COVID outbreak, but that initial burst of resolve to protect residents and staff has faltered.
After a preliminary hearing expected to go until September, Justice of the Peace Ann Zimmerman will decide if there’s enough evidence for the building’s owner and its property manager to stand trial in the fire that left six people dead.
A preliminary hearing was postponed Monday in Las Vegas Justice Court for the DUI suspect accused of driving her SUV into two teenage girls, killing them both.
The move will make it much easier for thousands of military retirees, dependents and widows to access the no-cost medication to which they are entitled.
The parents charged in the high-speed crash that left their 1-year-old son dead are scheduled to appear in court Friday afternoon to hear the formal charges against them.
A man accused of sexual assault while on duty as an armed security guard in downtown Las Vegas pleaded guilty Friday to one count of sexually motivated coercion.
Though a feared “raid” by the city on the large encampment on Monday didn’t happen, activists fear the 10 insulated 40-square-foot huts they’ve built there may soon be removed.
The horrors of that fateful day “rested on his shoulder” for a lifetime, Nielsen told the Review-Journal in December. He died on Sunday, his daughter announced.
Nellis Air Force Base is hosting Red Flag exercises this week and next amid the pandemic — but this time with only U.S. aircraft involved.
Though The Heights of Summerlin is licensed as a skilled care nursing home, a new report and RJ interviews with current and former staff and patients paint a different picture — both before and after the coronavirus hit.