Six more people in Clark County have died from COVID-19, bringing the statewide death toll to 38, the Southern Nevada Health District reported Thursday.
SEIU Local 1107 announced the news during a radio interview Thursday night.
Furloughs at Caesars Entertainment Corp. are expected to impact roughly 90 percent of its employees at its domestic-owned properties, as well as corporate staff.
The task force headed by former MGM CEO Jim Murren has obtained hundreds of thousands of masks and 1 million pairs of gloves and more badly needed equipment is on the way.
A Clark County School District food service employee has died after contracting coronavirus, district sources told the Review-Journal Thursday.
A tribute to honor the life of slain Nevada Highway Patrol Trooper Ben Jenkins is scheduled for Thursday night on the Strip.
Union leaders threatened the county with legal action Thursday for suspending contracts with roughly 9,000 workers, including medical staff and others on the front lines of the battle with the coronavirus pandemic.
A 36-year-old woman suspected of driving while impaired has died following a crash last week in the southeast Las Vegas Valley, police said.
On March 18, United Way of Southern Nevada announced the creation of its Emergency Assistance and Community Needs Fund. Now, the fund has more than doubled, totaling about $381,000.
In a statement, county Commission Chairwoman Marilyn Kirkpatrick said that retired doctors, nurses and other health care workers were “at the top of our list of needs.”
Anyone with information can call the Henderson Police Department Investigations Services at 702-267-4750.
The state doesn’t know when Nevada independent contractors will get their unemployment benefits and is awaiting federal guidance.
Retailers have moved quickly to add safety and cleaning measures to stores. But workers are still concerned about their safety as the virus spreads. Here’s what we found.
With the COVID-19 quarantines, many teens are left with nothing to do. Teen Talk is taking the initiative to create a productive event for them during the outbreak.
Many centers, which were closed by mid-March as the new coronavirus spread in Nevada, are finding ways to continue helping the elderly in this uncertain time.
The number of positive COVID-19 cases within the Metropolitan Police Department increased to three on Thursday. Metro announced its first positive case on Friday.
The Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) and the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) have been working with state and local officials to monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and its possible impacts on the community. As part of both water agencies’ readiness plans, provisions are in place to ensure appropriate water treatment supplies and resources […]
As floodwaters rose in the tunnels beneath Las Vegas on the night of March 12, Wendy Cox and William “Sky” Pilgrim tied their arms together with a rope.
Shoppers reporting ongoing difficulties finding items such as toilet paper and paper towels, but some things that were scarce a few weeks ago can be found, if you look around.
Firefighters have contained a 10-acre fire in the preserve area of Clark County Wetlands Park.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.