The death toll from the disease caused by the new coronavirus in the state jumped to 26 on Tuesday with eight new fatalities reported in Clark County.
Businesses and attractions are closed across the country. But when the Las Vegas Strip is forced to close, the impact is indelible.
One person was confirmed to have been killed and another in critical condition late Tuesday on the 900 block of Sierra Vista Drive.
The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation has tips that may help new and returning claimants get through the process a bit quicker and with a little less stress.
Gov. Steve Sisolak Tuesday issued an advisory urging travelers entering Nevada to self-quarantine and monitor their health for up to 14 days to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
The isolation and quarantine facility will serve at least 350 homeless people at the Cashman Center in downtown Las Vegas once it opens early next week.
The Reed family is looking forward to doing something together outside of the home; 11-year-old who had virus wants to ride her bike.
The first day of 80-degree weather on Wednesday will come with gusty winds, mainly in the afternoon and evening, across the Las Vegas Valley.
“It feels like we are in a third world country. We don’t have enough masks, enough protective equipment, and by the end of the week we might be in need of more medication too,” said a Paris emergency worker.
The Clark County coroner’s office confirmed that Jonathan Dickerson died of natural causes, nearly two months after his body was found.
Clark County, Las Vegas officials say they have been trying for weeks to strike a deal with local landlords and hotels and only turned to the Cashman lot out of desperation.
Federal agents looked into the owner and other properties as part of a 2019 investigation, months before the downtown building was the site of a deadly fire.
Southwest Airlines has reduced its flight schedule by nearly 40 percent from its peak levels, McCarran International Airport’s largest carrier announced Tuesday.
A Henderson group hired former Nevada Lt. Gov. Mark Hutchison to call on officials to put off considering items related to a proposed arena during the coronavirus crisis.
Lou La Porta, who served on the Henderson City Council and Clark County Commission and was a founding member of the Henderson Historical Society, died Monday.
A member of the Mojave High School “family” has tested positive for coronavirus, the school said on Tuesday.
The never-ending news cycle surrounding the coronavirus outbreak has been daunting and overwhelming. The gravity of the situation changes every day, sometimes every hour, compounding the sense of vulnerability and uncertainty that has gripped the world amid the growing public health threat. It is certainly easy to be overcome by the sense of unease. At […]
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The coronavirus pandemic prematurely ended the seasons for UNLV’s spring sports. Now the coaches and athletes are trying to make the best of the situation.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.