Seven counties in Nevada with elevated indicators of COVID-19 transmission will see bars and other alcohol-only establishments close late Friday.
A person who was inside the Nevada Legislature building has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, Legislative Counsel Bureau Director Brenda Erdoes said Friday.
Nevada recorded 1,004 new cases of COVID-19 — the second biggest daily increase announced by the public health officials — and eight additional deaths, new state data show.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas may be gearing up for layoffs, but representatives of the company downplay the significance of the notification.
President Donald Trump on Friday commuted the sentence of former campaign official Roger Stone, just days before he was to have begun a 40-month prison term.
New Chinatown spot, from the owners of Makers & Finders, serves beverages including many unique creations, and such delights as Colombian cheese pastries.
Las Vegas resort workers say companies aren’t being transparent about sick workers.
The state with the highest unemployment rate in the country as of May is going into its fourth week without a director to run the employment office.
A trial over new marijuana shop licenses is set to take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A growing number of positive COVID-19 cases among hospitality workers on the Strip has had little effect on many travelers’ vacation plans.
Gov. Steve Sisolak says that bars in certain counties in Nevada will return to Phase One (in which bars that didn’t serve food were closed) starting at 11:59 p.m. Friday. A list of counties affected will be released Friday.
“When the Lights Went Out” debuts Wednesday on KSNV-TV, Channel 3.
Two lawmakers from Nevada and Utah filed an amendment Friday to the defense bill that would prohibit the Defense Department from resuming nuclear weapons testing.
The kind of learning that occurs when classes resume in a month remains at the mercy of COVID-19, the state Legislature and the School Board.
Joseph Soto-Leiva, 19, told police the family had denied him access to his child because of his “acting like a gangster and messing up,” a police report states.
While as a state and nation we reopen our economy on the long path to recovery, we face the everyday reality of a changed world. At our workplaces, the grocery store, restaurants and schools, the signs of change are all around us – constant reminders that COVID-19 remains a public health threat that can’t be […]
Theaters and entertainment venues — and Mosaic on the Strip is certainly one of those — are to remain closed in Phase Two.
Free testing will be available on at four schools in east Las Vegas this month as part of county’s strategy to slow spread of virus in Latino community.
Nearly 100 people gathered in Henderson on Wednesday in opposition of the mask mandate announced by Gov. Steve Sisolak last month.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.