Clark County recorded 78 new COVID-19 cases and nine additional deaths in the preceding day, according to data posted Wednesday by the Southern Nevada Health District.
The COVID-19 pandemic and related job losses mean many face the daunting prospect of trying to pay their medical bills without stable insurance or their regular income.
A Black Lives Matter protest that began near UNLV on Tuesday night and lasted nearly five hours ended peacefully for the first time in five straight days of demonstrations in Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas police officer was shot and critically injured late Monday as police attempted to take protesters into custody. He was identified Tuesday afternoon as 29-year-old Shay Mikalonis.
A man suspected of shooting a Las Vegas police officer during a Black Lives Matter protest is identified in jail and court records as 20-year-old Edgar Samaniego.
After closing for COVID-19, protests raise new concerns for reopening restaurants.
Federal authorities in Nevada say anyone engaging in criminal activity that hijacks otherwise peaceful protests in the state will face federal charges and prosecution.
Nevada is entering Phase Two of its plan to reopen the state economy with new guidelines for gatherings at church services and the reopening of more businesses.
Even as resorts change their plans and say they’re ready to reopen Thursday, visitors from all over the country say they can’t wait to get to Las Vegas for some fun.
Michael Barrett, 54, was found dead in his home near the 100 block of West Lake Mead Parkway after police arrived to check on his ankle monitor.
The abandonment of social distancing by crowds of protesters raises questions about whether communities will see spikes in coronavirus cases as a result.
The Excalibur is the next MGM Resorts resort to reopen, on June 11, according to a hotel spokesman.
Police said a person was shooting at officers after an attempted carjacking around 5:38 a.m. near the 10 block of West Horizon Ridge Parkway.
The Metropolitan Police Department defended its decision to hold people arrested last Friday during a Black Lives Matter protest in jail on misdemeanor counts requiring cash bail.
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A fourth night of Black Lives Matter protesting in Las Vegas ended in violence, with two reported shootings, including a police officer, late Monday.
Las Vegas police arrested two photojournalists, including a Review-Journal staff photographer, who were photographing a tense Friday night protest on the Strip.
Locals converged in downtown Las Vegas in the daylight to clean up and see the aftermath after a second night of demonstrations and clashes between protesters and police.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.