Officials at the base, which remains under a public health emergency, announced Thursday that Nellis is tightening restrictions because of Southern Nevada’s “sustained increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases.”
New cases were well below the daily average of nearly 614 over the preceding week, while deaths were well above the daily average of nearly five over the period.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. plans to reopen Bally’s amid what CEO Tony Rodio calls “solid customer interest” this summer from tourists.
The Nevada Policy Research Institute has filed a lawsuit contending that nine state lawmakers — including the Democratic leaders of both houses — are ineligible to serve under the state Constitution.
One of four men arrested in a Las Vegas online prostitution sting is a master sergeant at Nellis Air Force Base, authorities confirmed.
Theaters and entertainment venues — and Mosaic on the Strip is certainly one of those — are to remain closed in Phase Two.
A live blog of happenings at the 31st special session of the Nevada Legislature, called to address the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
A motorcyclist died after a crash Thursday morning at Fremont and Bruce streets, the Metropolitan Police Department said.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the 31-year-old man who was shot and killed at a Fourth of July party.
The Nevada congressional delegation is fighting an amendment brought by a Utah congressman that would allow the Air Force to access the Desert National Wildlife Refuge.
Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center on Thursday began delaying certain elective surgeries to preserve capacity in the face of escalating hospitalizations for COVID-19.
A letter from George Taylor, CEO of the PRCA, indicates that the sport’s Super Bowl in December in Las Vegas might be in jeopardy if coronavirus spikes persist.
The allegations surfaced in a graphic police report justifying the sexual assault arrest of one of Stephen Parshall’s friends, Phillip Merrill, a volleyball coach.
A never-before-heard 2011 interview with former Raiders center Barret Robbins was recently found by NBC Sports Bay Area in California.
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 […]
Nearly 100 people gathered in Henderson on Wednesday in opposition of the mask mandate announced by Gov. Steve Sisolak last month.
Nevada’s state and county health officials are releasing a large amount of COVID-19 data every day. Making sense of those numbers can often be confusing.
The Metropolitan Police Department announced Wednesday a change to its use of force policy to limit neck restraint tactics.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.