As of Saturday morning, there were 1,742 reported cases of COVID-19 in Nevada, according to the state Health and Human Services Department.
After getting laid off shortly after the coronavirus outbreak, a Las Vegas man and his family were evicted from their apartment. They found temporary shelter in a 200-square-foot office but finding a more suitable solution has been challenging.
Only essential personnel and people already living on base will be allowed to enter starting Monday
As of Saturday morning, nearly 1.1. million worldwide have been infected with more than 59,000 deaths. In the U.S., more than 7,150 have died and 278,400 have been infected.
Anticipating a significant strain on state budgets caused by the new coronavirus, Gov. Steve Sisolak is telling state agencies to start planning for significant cuts.
Las Vegas police data shows that during the first week of enforcing Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order for all nonessential businesses to close, police received 353 reports.
Las Vegas entrepreneurs say government aid programs are confusing, and so far don’t address the issue of business interruption insurance.
An emergency order by Gov. Steve Sisolak does not give tenants and homeowners a green light to live for free.
A windy weekend followed by a good chance of rain early next week dominates the Las Vegas area forecast.
Classes at Nevada’s public colleges and universities will remain virtual through the summer term, according to Thom Reilly, chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education.
Sam Lieberman, a Nevada university regent and former chairman of the state Democratic Party, died on Friday at age 58.
North Las Vegas is heading back to the bargaining table with Teamsters Local 14 after the sudden spread of the coronavirus has left the city facing financial uncertainty.
Full- and part-time workers at third-party eateries will be paid by the resort operator during the state-ordered coronavirus closure.
Las Vegas residents seeking to restock their liquor cabinets during the statewide COVID-19 shutdown need not venture much farther than their front doors.
Children might be resistant to COVID-19, but what happens if their parents become too sick to care for them?
Target stores announced Thursday it will implement new safety measures to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus, according to a company news release.
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.