Legal experts say the criminal case against former LVCVA chief CEO Rossi Ralenkotter and other executives is the result of failed oversight by the tax-funded agency’s board.
The LVCVA has terminated the $15,000-a-month consulting contract for former CEO Rossi Ralenkotter in the wake of criminal charges against the once-powerful tourism boss.
Cathy Tull, a former LVCVA executive, was a no-show in court Tuesday when called to face felony charges because she was “out of the country.”
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.
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.
A Dallas-based Southwest Airlines marketing executive has landed in the middle of a criminal investigation into the misuse of $90,000 in company gift cards bought by the LVCVA.
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 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.
An audit that cost taxpayers $186,000 has come under fire from police, who question the thoroughness of its examination into the misuse of airline gift cards bought by the LVCVA.
Former Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority CEO Rossi Ralenkotter handed out airline gift cards bought by the tax-funded agency as holiday gifts in December 2016, a court document shows.
Prosecutors have failed to explain how their investigation of the LVCVA would be harmed by the release of search warrant documents.