The Las Vegas Review-Journal is still working to recognize each person in our community who has died from the coronavirus.
The base will enter the third phase of its reopening on Monday, allowing all personnel to return to work on base, officials said in a news release.
A man killed in a motorcycle crash Monday morning in western Las Vegas has been identified as a Las Vegas Valley physician.
Clark County will be opening daytime cooling stations from Wednesday to Friday as temperatures are set to climb well into the triple digits.
A Clark County elections employee’s COVID-19 diagnosis should not affect the upcoming primary election or its result reporting and ballot verification processes.
Preliminary numbers from the Clark County coroner’s office show suicides declined in March and April, despite all the pain inflicted on the community by the new coronavirus.
The Education Support Employees Association says the district’s nine- and 10-month-a-year workers often rely on summer jobs to get by, but opportunities are limited this year.
A spokeswoman for the nonprofit blood service provider Vitalant said Thursday that there is a one-day supply of blood remaining in the region.
The Nellis pharmacy was placed off-limits for retirees on April 10, preventing many local retirees and widows from accessing the no-cost medication to which they are entitled.
The rate of positives from the Orleans site where anyone can be tested is much lower than the overall state rate of about 8 percent.