Bailey Schulzand Briana Erickson, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Bailey Schulzand Briana Erickson

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by Bailey:

Gender discrimination lawsuit against Nye County officials dismissed

Ronni Boskovich, who was fired in 2019, claimed in her lawsuit that the men targeted her “in part, because of her father’s political aspirations and her father and step-father’s status as homosexua... → Read More

911 call to police from Robert Telles’ wife: ‘My husband is going crazy’

The domestic charge was dismissed “per negotiations,” and Telles received a suspended 90-day sentence on the resisting charge on Sept. 30, 2020. → Read More

Police arrest county official in reporter’s stabbing death

Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of murder in the stabbing death of Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German. → Read More

Crowded NLV race could see city’s first Black mayor

State Sen. Pat Spearman and Councilwoman Pamela Goynes-Brown are among the contenders to replace Mayor John Lee. → Read More

Alpine Motel, site of deadly fire, gets new owners with big plans

New owners of the downtown Las Vegas property plan to turn the Alpine Motel Apartments into modern studio units. Adolfo Orozco sold the building in August 2021. → Read More

CrossRoads CEO stepping down after accusations of sexually abusing assistant

A lawsuit alleges Dave Marlon abused and threatened a female employee for months. He has filed his own lawsuit against his accuser. He claims she is extorting him. → Read More

OJ’s robbery, Binion’s murder and casino heists: The evidence is here.

Murder weapons are behind these red doors, and the belongings of the murdered, too. The bottle of sangria found at the scene of a sexual assault is safely stored near the swingset that crushed a boy’s skull, leading to a $20 million civil judgment. → Read More

Video shows Ruggs speeding in car with girlfriend, who says: ‘Slow down’

The YouTube video, posted Sept. 11, 2020, shows former Raiders player Henry Ruggs with girlfriend Rudy Washington driving a car in Las Vegas and discussing speed. → Read More

Judge says Cristiano Ronaldo rape lawsuit should be dismissed

A U.S. magistrate judge in Nevada recommended that the judge hearing the case dismiss the lawsuit against the soccer star. → Read More

150 low-income tenants in Las Vegas still in legal limbo

SHARE Village and its landlord are in court over a lease dispute, leaving tenants with an uncertain future. → Read More

Future uncertain for 150 low-income Las Vegas tenants

A judge on Tuesday is expected to appoint a management company to take over services that SHARE Village promised its vulnerable tenants. → Read More

Death penalty to be sought against man charged in girlfriend’s death

Prosecutors said they intend to seek the death penalty in the case of a man accused of killing his missing girlfriend more than a year ago. → Read More

Man pleads guilty in death of bicyclist

The man charged in the fatal striking of a bicyclist by a minivan passenger last year pleaded guilty Monday to lesser charges. → Read More

Cancer center stops taking patients from teachers health trust

A large cancer treatment group has stopped accepting new patients from a debt-riddled health insurance trust that covers thousands of Clark County teachers. → Read More

Suspect in 3 Labor Day shooting deaths has court hearing

Tristan Tidwell, 35, was arrested last week in the shooting deaths of three homeless men in less than two hours in North Las Vegas. → Read More

Mentally ill defendant sentenced in homeless man’s slaying

“I wasn’t in my mind right mind,” the defendant said during a virtual court hearing. “I apologize for that, and it will never happen again.” → Read More

Las Vegas man sentenced in $10M Medicaid fraud scheme

Timothy Harron and his wife, Latisha, billed the North Carolina Medicaid program for home health care services they didn’t provide, court records show. → Read More

Nevada veteran helps Afghan interpreter’s family escape

Veteran Shamus Flynn, now a Nevada attorney, said Afghans who worked as interpreters for the U.S. military were viewed as traitors in their own country. → Read More

Jury awards $38.8M to family in Republic Services wrongful death trial

The two-week wrongful death trial centered on Jazmin Espana, who was struck and killed in 2017. → Read More

Death penalty ruled out against mom accused of strangling son

Prosecutors said they will not pursue the death penalty against Samantha Moreno Rodriguez, 35, a California woman accused of strangling her 7-year-old son near Las Vegas. → Read More