Thousands of government workers in Southern Nevada find their jobs suddenly in flux, a result of stringent health precautions and public facility closures.
The number of confirmed cases in Clark County increased from 350 to 443 overnight, while the state reported an increase from 420 to 535 late Thursday
Clark County’s Business License Department issued emergency suspensions to two nonessential businesses on Wednesday for violating a state order to close amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Parents will be asked to provide either the student’s ID card, or the student’s name, identification number, school site and grade level, the district said Thursday.
North Las Vegas City Council plans to use teleconferencing. Henderson plans to use video. Las Vegas and Clark County are determining how best to do the same.
The latest deaths in Clark County included the state’s first young adult victim and the first person with no underlying medical conditions, health officials said Thursday.
Las Vegas Valley residents find comfort in the fact that U.S. post offices are able to remain open amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Clark County’s Business License Department closed 12 nonessential businesses during the first three days of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s emergency order.
The Clark County Commission is holding an emergency meeting to consider an ordinance that would give teeth to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s shutdown of nonessential businesses through April 16.
As the economic repercussions from the coronavirus outbreak ripple through the Las Vegas Valley, nonprofits and social services are seeing a decline in donations.