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Data reveals large racial disparities in school policing

Black students received a disproportionately large number of police referrals compared to their white classmates, according to data from the Clark County School Justice...
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Noose at Resorts World discovered days after subcontractor forwarded racist email 

The Resorts World construction worker who discovered a noose in his work area last month is an employee of Bombard Electric, the sister company...
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Attorney on George Floyd legal team calls for transparency in Byron Williams death

Civil rights attorney Ben Crump and the legal team representing George Floyd are calling for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to release all...

CCSD police feeding school to prison pipeline, critics warn

Groundwork for what would eventually become the Clark County School District Police Department started in 1967 with a few security officers monitoring school property...
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Supreme Court sides with religious employers in health care, workplace cases

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a Trump administration effort to exempt employers with religious or moral concerns from complying with...
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Roberts does it again: Joins liberals in striking down abortion law

WASHINGTON — In a major victory for reproductive rights, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a controversial Louisiana law that critics said would have...

Community activists, AG discuss police reforms, what ‘defund’ means

Joining in a nationwide push for police and criminal justice reform, local community activists spoke with Attorney General Aaron Ford Sunday about reimagining policing...

What does police reform look like?

Last summer, a six-year-old video of an unarmed Black man choked and arrested by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officers surfaced and began to...

Right to protest proves costly in Las Vegas

The City of Las Vegas Municipal Court charged more than $35,000 in bail to Black Lives Matter protesters who exercised their First Amendment right...
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Jail transfers account for majority of COVID cases within prisons, say NDOC

The Nevada Department of Corrections is currently reporting one of the lowest rates of positive COVID-19 tests in the country: Only 15 inmates and...

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