Nevada unemployment officials say they are awaiting federal guidelines on implementing the CARES Act, causing a delay for people to claim benefits in the relief package.
Public health officials on Friday reported four more deaths from COVID-19 in Clark County along with 135 new confirmed cases to push the total caseload in the county to 2,144.
The Neon Museum is hosting a first-ever Facebook Live tour of “Lost Vegas: Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum.” Watch it here.
Independent contractors in limbo for unemployment insurance benefits can tap into another federal program created under the $2 trillion stimulus bill starting Friday.
Las Vegas paramedics dealing with a shortage of personal protective equipment — their only barrier to exposure — share their experiences, anxiety.
Gov. Steve Sisolak also included a workplace discrimination reminder to stores and other essential businesses as more employees raise health concerns.
In Southern Nevada, homeowners put 3,605 single-family houses up for sale last month, down 18 percent from March 2019, according to trade association Las Vegas Realtors, or LVR, which pulls data from its listing service.
From the internet to telephones, ministers are finding ways to celebrate Easter amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A 38-year-old Las Vegas man has been arrested on suspicion of soliciting what he thought was a 17-year-old girl for prostitution.
President Donald Trump is bemoaning the “horrible” number of Americans who have died due to the coronavirus, while pointing to signs of hope.
The LVCVA will continue to build its new $980.3 million exhibition hall, but a renovation of existing halls is expected to be put on hold for at least two years.
A man arrested this week in connection with three sexual assaults told Las Vegas police that he would arrange for associates to bring him women to have sex with in exchange for drugs.
We asked readers to #ShowYourMasks and people responded. Some are crocheted, made from T-shirts, liquor bags and airline eye shades.
Las Vegas first responders, health care professionals and all the other workers who continue to provide services to valley residents during the coronavirus pandemic will be receiving a sky-high honor Saturday.
Motorists traveling into Utah from outside states will now be required to submit an online survey amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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 […]
The company’s Boeing 767 jet arrived at McCarran International Airport on Thursday from Guangzhou, China, after a stop in New York, with a million surgical masks.
Gov. Steve Sisolak tightened the clamps on some coronavirus-related restrictions Wednesday, including prohibiting large church gatherings and closing all golf courses and public sports venues across the state.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging the public to wear cloth masks, citing increasing evidence that people can have the virus without knowing it.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.