The doctor convicted in Las Vegas’ hepatitis C outbreak will learn his punishment today.
A local urologist has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly telling staffers to reuse needle guides.
A Nevada state court jury found former doctor and Las Vegas endoscopy clinic owner Dipak Desai guilty of all 27 charges against him — including second-degree murder — in a 2007 hepatitis C outbreak.
Washoe County health officials have identified a third case of hepatitis A as part of a multi-state outbreak linked to frozen berries sold by Costco.
A jury is seated and prosecutors are making opening statements in the trial of a former endoscopy clinic owner and an employee accused of causing a 2007 Las Vegas hepatitis C outbreak.
Jury selection begins Monday in the criminal trial for the doctor at the heart of a 2007 hepatitis C outbreak in Las Vegas.
A Nevada judge is due to consider the fitness of a once prominent Las Vegas physician to stand trial on criminal charges in a 2008 hepatitis outbreak.
A Nevada judge is considering the ground rules for an upcoming hearing about whether the former physician-owner of a clinic at the center of a 2008 Las Vegas hepatitis outbreak is fit for trial on felony charges.
A lawyer for a former physician-owner of Las Vegas-area endoscopy clinics entered a not guilty plea to federal conspiracy and fraud charges stemming from a 2008 hepatitis outbreak that affected thousands of patients.
A Nevada jury has found drug companies liable for $104 million in damages in a third product liability lawsuit stemming from a hepatitis C outbreak four years ago at Las Vegas outpatient colonoscopy clinics.