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AAS faculty calls on UNLV to cut ties with LVMPD

UNLV’s African American and African Diaspora Studies Program is calling on the university to sever ties with Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.The call, which...
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As nation discusses police brutality and racial injustice, Amodei keeps quiet

WASHINGTON — As protests over police brutality and racial equality dominate the national discourse, the lone Republican in Nevada’s congressional delegation is keeping a...

Sisolak speaks out on ‘historic and systemic injustice’ and ‘double standard’

Governor Steve Sisolak says he’s committed to listening and to ending what he called a double standard in Nevada when it comes to race. “In...

Amid protests against police brutality, officials debate backpacks and strollers

Amid national and Nevada protests by people demanding justice for George Floyd and the end of police brutality, the Clark County Commission and the...

Almost a dozen Family Court seats on the primary ballot

Family Court encounters can be emotionally-charged, contentious, and expensive.  They also have the ability to change the course of lives, especially for children.  Yet,...

Nevada leaders could reform policing & courts, if they wanted to

Gov. Steve Sisolak this week said Donald Trump “has once again taken the path of inciting combativeness, stoking racial tensions, and creating division when...
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Judge: Bail to be voided, returned to Las Vegas protesters

Las Vegas Justice Court Chief Justice Suzan Baucum says protesters arrested Friday night who posted bail will have the bail voided and their money...
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Two judicial races clouded by allegations of prosecutorial misconduct

Among the slew of judicial candidates on the primary ballot are two sitting judges who, as prosecutors, sent an innocent man to prison for...
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Hacker suspected of crashing forum on police, protests and racism

An attempt by the state’s lead law enforcement officer, Attorney General Aaron Ford, to join police and community leaders to discuss protests, riots and...

‘How many times are we going to have to say we can’t breathe?’

In the final footage before his death, you could hear the man say over and over again “I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe.”His name...

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