Gov. Steve Sisolak issued a statewide stay-at-home order for Nevada’s 3 million residents Wednesday, and late in the day also activated the state National Guard.
In just two weeks, William Neal turned his 3D printing hobby into a coordinated community effort to produce about 175 face shields for hospitals in need.
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.
If approved, the move would allow the state to tap into additional federal resources under the national emergency Trump declared last month.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Nevada jumped to 1,279 early Wednesday, up more than 160 from the previous day, as the state death toll climbed to 32.
The Electric Daisy Carnival planned for May in Las Vegas has officially been postponed.
“Due to security concerns with the Zoom application, access to the District Zoom account has been disabled,” the district said in a statement.
Eleven employees of the Veterans Affairs of Southern Nevada Healthcare System have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Wednesday night, according to a spokesman for the organization.
The system is a way to reach in an expedited manner those who are contacts of a confirmed case or who have traveled to areas where transmission is widespread.
Two people were found dead, and two are still missing after a flash flood March 12 in Las Vegas.
A member of the Clark County School District transportation department has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to an email sent to district transportation staff Wednesday.
The state Aging and Disability Services Division has set up a new website to help senior Nevadans and their caregivers find resources in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic.
As many across the Silver State attempt to heed Gov. Sisolak’s stay-at-home order, one prominent Nevadan chose this time to emerge into the great outdoors.
Clark County employees are also seeing their contracts suspended amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada has reopened its shelter back Wednesday — a week after closing its doors because a homeless man staying there and an employee tested positive for coronavirus. T
The man accused of killing a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper was obsessed with COVID-19, according to people who interacted with him before the deadly shooting.
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 […]
Businesses and attractions are closed across the country. But when the Las Vegas Strip is forced to close, the impact is indelible.
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.
“It’s a wonderful time to spend with my kids, and to not be working and rushing so much,” said one Las Vegas resident.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.