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‘Sitting back waiting to die’

Every time the phone rings, Keisha Gibbs cringes thinking it could be news that her younger brother Terry Clark, an inmate at Northern Nevada...
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Wear your seat belt

Nevada’s traffic safety laws are lagging behind the rest of the country, according to a new report from a national traffic safety advocacy group.It’s...

As Covid cases surge and push for compassionate release intensifies, prisons turn to foggers

Two minutes.That was all the time each member of Return Strong, an organization that helps family members of incarcerated individuals, had to read letters...
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Tobiasson disciplinary hearing continued without explanation

The Nevada Judicial Discipline Commission notified parties and the public Friday that a five-day hearing set to begin Monday into allegations against Las Vegas...

Tobiasson to face allegations ‘designed to humiliate’

Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melanie Tobiasson, who faces a hearing Monday before the Nevada Judicial Discipline Commission, says Clark County Sheriff Joe...

Metro serves judge-elect with grand jury subpoena

Clark County District Judge-elect Crystal Eller confirms she was served Thursday by Las Vegas Metro Police with a grand jury subpoena for documents, and...
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LV Justice Court denies Sisolak’s request for ‘pause’ on evictions

An attempt by Gov. Steve Sisolak’s office to “pause” evictions without issuing another moratorium has fallen on deaf ears at Las Vegas Justice Court.  “In...

Federal protections, state rental assistance not preventing all evictions

Federal and state interventions to prevent mass evictions, including the moratorium set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, aren’t protecting everyone and...

Attorneys, staff, and public endangered by crowded courts

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police and Las Vegas Justice Court officials have ignored a simple means of limiting the spread of COVID-19 to jail staff,...
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Native American Heritage Month: Recognition is nice, but repair is still required

On the night of Oct. 10, 2016 in Reno, a group of protesters settled under the famous downtown arch to speak out against the...

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