Since Nevada reported its first cases of COVID-19 on March 5, a series of emergency measures has brought the economy to a near halt and transformed life in the Silver State.
There are 1,836 COVID-19 cases in Nevada as of Sunday morning, up from 1,742 on Saturday, according to the state Health and Human Services Department’s website.
His name was included in a Clark County District Court lawsuit filed against White by Ernesto Joshua Ramos, who served time for the sensational crime.
On March 26, two people walking their dogs discovered the body of 23-year-old Michael Yeshitela near a pedestrian path at Silverado Ranch Park.
George Maloof said of “Uncle” Phil Maloof: “He was a great man who loved his dogs and his collection of classic cars, art, and theater pipe organs.”
The city’s resorts have good reasons to decline sheltering the homeless during the coronavirus outbreak, even though 150,000 hotel rooms will be empty over the next four weeks.
The trails include Calico Basin, Kraft Mountain and Ash Spring trailheads; Gene’s Trail; Girl Scout Trail; Ash Spring Trail; Calico Overlook Trail; and Calico Basin Trail.
Weeks after Las Vegas updated its branding with the motto “What Happens Here, Only Happens Here,” another more urgent slogan took hold: “Stay Home for Nevada.”
The woman was hit around 7:30 p.m. after she tried to cross diagonally through the intersection of Flamingo Road and Koval Lane, the Metropolitan Police Department said.
The Salvation Army Southern Nevada handed out pandemic kits Friday to homeless people at its facility in North Las Vegas.
Time is up for a number of workers in the Las Vegas Valley. With the unemployment insurance office backed up with a record number of claims, many are left wondering when they’ll see any sort of benefits come in.
Only riders in wheelchairs or who need assistance in boarding will enter the bus through the front door. Bus drivers already have safety enclosures around their seats.
Wind, rain, snow and thunderstorms are all included in the latest forecast for the Las Vegas Valley.
It’s springtime but the Las Vegas Valley seems more like a scene out of a Midwestern winter, with few cars and people outside, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
A person was killed in a residential area near Garland Court, near Rochelle and Eastern avenues, Metropolitan Police Department homicide Lt. Ray Spencer said.
Residents were left crossing state lines to get groceries Saturday morning when Aldape’s Marketplace closed their doors Friday after 33 years.
The Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) and the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) have been working with state and local officials to monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and its possible impacts on the community. As part of both water agencies’ readiness plans, provisions are in place to ensure appropriate water treatment supplies and resources […]
As floodwaters rose in the tunnels beneath Las Vegas on the night of March 12, Wendy Cox and William “Sky” Pilgrim tied their arms together with a rope.
Many shoppers in the Las Vegas Valley were already heeding new federal guidance advising people to wear face masks in public places, even before it was actually issued.
Strip hotels unified for a visually powerful message of unity, illuminating guest rooms so the buildings lit up with hearts and spell the word HOPE.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.