A Henderson couple home from the MS Westerdam cruise ship said they were told by a health official to monitor for coronavirus symptoms.
Henderson’s Paulette Schaeffer, a retired nurse, said she and her husband, Joseph, were confident they were not sick and had at least three health checks during the cruise.
About 10 preschoolers, toddlers and their moms celebrated Valentine’s Day with the senior residents at the memory care community Poet’s Walk in Henderson on Thursday.
A man charged in the slaying of a defrocked priest in Henderson remained hospitalized Thursday from injuries he suffered when a van carrying inmates crashed.
Their vessel was turned away from at least 11 ports of call out of fears that passengers could spread the new coronavirus from China.
Vegas Golden Knights president Kerry Bubolz said the team will play in a 6,000-seat arena that will be located at Paseo Verde and Green Valley parkways.
Crews are making progress on a community ice arena in Henderson. The facility will be home base for a new minor league hockey team and will be available for public use.
The former Henderson constable wanted to keep his police powers despite pleading to a gross misdemeanor charge, but the state police board revoked his certification.
The Cracker Barrel chain of restaurants may open its third Las Vegas Valley location. The company opened locations in North Las Vegas and beside the Silverton in 2016.
Eleven people died of the flu in Clark County during the last week in January, bringing the seasonal total to 24, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.