Copies of letters sent to employees by the managers of the two stores have been circulating on social media for days.
Pieology begins offering pizza care packages, and Sambalatte gives free coffee to doctors and health care workers.
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.
The operator of The Venetian is flying in medical equipment from China to protect health care workers and first responders from the novel coronavirus.
A couple accused of killing a man they’d lured to an east Las Vegas apartment with the promise of sex sent photos of the victim’s body to a friend, police say.
With his siblings on the other side of the country, and his girlfriend barred from entering his hospital room, Howard Berman died alone on March 24 in Las Vegas.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the two teenage boys killed by their father last week in what Las Vegas police described as a murder-suicide.
The purpose of the facility is to isolate people who test positive but don’t need to be hospitalized, or who have been released from the hospital but remain under quarantine.
Finding gaming consoles in Las Vegas can be harder than buying toilet paper.
Providers continue to work to serve parents who work in essential businesses; Nevada officials work to open more spots for children.
Construction projects across the Las Vegas Valley have been reminded of the need to follow safety guidelines to allow work to continue during the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus praised law enforcement for tracking down a Las Vegas man who is accused of threatening to kill her.
A Las Vegas woman accused of repeatedly stabbing a man at a central Las Vegas apartment told police she attacked the victim because of prior domestic abuse, according to police.
The United States was poised Tuesday to overtake China’s reported virus death toll of 3,300.
Thousands of government workers in Southern Nevada find their jobs suddenly in flux, a result of stringent health precautions and public facility closures.
Investing in real estate has always been an option that many people do not regard themselves as being a part of. When asked, “Do you invest in real estate?” most responses include some sort of comment regarding their inability, the risk or the hard work. However, the vast majority of Americans own a home. This […]
The “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign stands alone as a civic icon. It’s been standing largely alone, in fact, during the coronavirus outbreak.
After Catholic Charities closed a nighttime shelter because of a coronavirus outbreak, authorities set up a temporary alternative in the upper parking lot of Cashman Field.
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.