A chilly Thursday is forecast for Las Vegas before rainy conditions arrive early Friday. More snow is likely in the mountains, says the National Weather Service.
The head of the Southern Nevada Health District said it will be “several weeks” before COVID-19 vaccine becomes available to those in the general public in this age group.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified a man who escaped from handcuffs and was fatally struck by a car in the presence of Las Vegas police late last year.
The office space market still faces questions, but with vaccines rolling out, industry professionals figure activity will pick up in 2021, perhaps later in the year.
The First Friday Foundation is inviting the public to donate clothing Friday at its Clothes for Comfort event, which will feature an artist painting a mural.
Sidelined Las Vegas stagehand Meg Leighton said that if her colleagues were called upon, “We would be ready to jump in.”
The community college, which has three Las Vegas Valley campuses, announced Wednesday it will check out laptop computers to full-time students who began their studies in fall 2020.
The Clark County School Board will allow spoken public comments at its meeting Thursday for the first time since the pandemic shuttered the boardroom’s doors in March.
Anyone with information regarding Nancy Gillie’s whereabouts should call the police department at 702-828-3111.
For the first time in 60 years, a Nevada teacher is one of four finalists for the national 2021 award.