For the second time in two years, a move to restore and expand school health centers has been removed from the Clark County School Board’s agenda without explanation.
The Nevada Legislature is considering a bill that would require any police officer who interacts with the public to be equipped with a body camera.
Lawrence Artl III, 37, was booked on felony counts of a school employee engaging in sexual conduct with a pupil 16 or older and attempting to prevent a witness from testifying.
With the state’s fiscal outlook dramatically improved, lawmakers on Wednesday restored more than $301 million in planned cuts to Medicaid enacted in a special session last summer.
Vaccine will be available at pharmacies, mass inoculation sites and some doctor’s offices following final review of new federal guidelines on the Pfizer shots.
The Southern Nevada Health District has identified the first known case of the B.1.617.2 strain in Clark County, the agency said in a news release.
Treasury Department officials released coronavirus recovery funds Monday from the $1.9 trillion package passed by Congress to help states, counties, cities and tribal governments. Nevada gets $2.7 billion.
A congressional inquiry into the organ transplant industry criticized the Nevada Donor Network for purchasing the tickets and funding board retreats to California wine country.
Nearly half of Nevada’s prisoners have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Department of Corrections.
A new ordinance can restrict pet ownership and also defines rules for tethering animals outside, particularly in the heat.