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.
Despite the difficulties of the switch to online learning, Nevada colleges realize they cannot return to the pre-pandemic status quo when in-person teaching returns.
Dispatches from inside some Southern Nevada long-term care facilities hardest hit by the disease reveal culture of secrecy amid the pandemic.
A manufacturer of dietary supplements is providing free antibody testing to its entire U.S. workforce, including 90 employees at its Henderson plant.
COVID-19 cases and deaths have spiked sharply in nursing homes and assisted living centers, and now account for more than 16 percent of the state’s fatalities from the disease.
Benefits will be extended for Nevadans currently enrolled in Medicaid or food assistance programs, the Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services announced on Monday.
In Clark County, no one would say whether the child of a man who tested positive for the virus was a public or charter school student. In Northern Nevada, things were different.
Parents and students are suing the State Public Charter School Authority in an attempt to overturn its decision to close Nevada Connections Academy over performance issues.
The Clark County teachers union unveiled a second voter initiative Wednesday afternoon that would hike a portion of the state’s sales tax, raising more than $1 billion for education in Nevada.
Former Henderson Police Chief LaTesha Watson claims in a complaint with a state commission that the city discriminated against her because she is a black woman.