Nevada health authorities reported more than 100 new cases of coronavirus as of Monday, while the Southern Nevada Health District tallied 89 new cases in Clark County.
Barx Parx displays messages of support to first responders and health care workers on its “thank you” wall, and Freed’s Bakery offers a cupcake fundraiser.
Two more workers at the Resorts World Las Vegas project have tested positive for COVID-19, the developer confirmed Monday.
Fernando Carmona posted an Instagram video of his friend Jonny, a senior with special needs, scaring him as he walked into a class each day. The video is approaching 2 million views.
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.
A 15-year-old has been charged with attempted murder after police say he shot a man while discharging 14 shots in front of a central valley school and a Boys & Girls Club.
A Las Vegas man is accused of videotaping a sexual assault on an individual who passed out after drinking, according to an arrest report.
The virus has flipped a switch, where cleaning has become an obsession, even more so than experts suggest is necessary.
It’s going to be a wet three to four days for the Las Vegas Valley and a snowy time for many mountain residents.
Metropolitan Police Department Lt. David Gordon said someone was killed just after 6 p.m. near Washington Avenue and Spyglass Lane.
Dozens of schools throughout the Clark County School District have food distribution sites open from 9 a.m. to noon starting Monday.
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.
More than 9,600 people have died of the virus in the United States, and it leads the world in confirmed infections at more than 337,000.
A member of the Clark County School District Police Department who was working at the site has not tested positive for COVID-19, but the site will be closed for deep cleaning “out of an abundance of caution.”
Signs normally meant to relay traffic-related information have been switched over to urge Nevadans to be safe during the statewide shutdown caused by the pandemic.
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 […]
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.”
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.