One corrections officer worked 13 days in a row of 12-hour or longer shifts without a day off.
The board won’t revoke the medical license of George Chambers, found to have engaged in disreputable conduct for offering patients money to pose nude.
Agencies often use fees to deter the public from gaining access to public records, experts say.
WeedGenics claimed to have facilities in Nevada and California that U.S. financial regulators say didn’t exist.
Dr. George Chambers engaged in disreputable conduct in connection with offering two patients money to pose nude, but there wasn’t enough evidence in a third allegation, a hearing officer determined.
Deputy County Manager Jeff Wells was paid while on administrative leave for three months before his retirement, then cashed out more than $170,000 in accrued benefits.
All children who were at the Never Give Up Youth Healing Center have been removed, according to the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.
The Never Give Up Youth Healing Center— the subject of a recent Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation into allegations of child abuse — refused to give updates to a state oversight commission on Thursday.
Jeff Wells, who had been on administrative leave, supervised at least four departments where Review-Journal investigations exposed corruption or other problems.
Regent Byron Brooks spent taxpayers’ dollars producing a letter claiming transparency, but he did not return calls to discuss the letter or the actions of universities.
After a video posted to social media showed a CCSD police officer throwing a student to the ground, the RJ requested a copy of the incident report, as well as any prior complaints that had been made against the involved officer.
Deputy County Manager Jeff Wells was placed on paid administrative leave after discussing his son’s discipline with a county attorney.
Today’s installment of “What Are They Hiding?” is a primer that defines a public record and explains how a person who wants public information can go about getting it.
Deadly crashes involving marijuana are rising in Nevada. Traffic experts fear cannabis lounges will make the problem worse.
Robert Telles, the former Clark County public administrator accused of killing a Review-Journal reporter, is selling five rental properties in Arkansas.