Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont officially announced an end to his 2020 presidential bid on Wednesday. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
With recent news of a tiger at the Bronx Zoo testing positive for COVID-19, many have begun to worry whether animals can transmit the virus. According to Karen Terio, chief of the Zoological Pathology Program at the University of Illinois, there’s no need to panic. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Visitors to the St. Therese Center HIV Outreach drive-thru food pantry talk about the impact of food banks for their families and friends. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Laughlin couple Debbie Holmgren and Todd Henke were some of the first to use the bus service’s $2 round trip to the Walmart across the Colorado River in Bullhead City, Arizona. The local bus service is offering the route three times per day to ensure locals have access to groceries after the only grocery store in Laughlin closed when coronavirus interrupted their ability to put food on the shelves.
The furloughs come amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which has prompted all U.S. commercial casinos to temporarily shut their doors.
The Democratic National Convention was set to take place over four days in the middle of July. Democratic officials have now confirmed the convention will take place the week of Aug. 17. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Review-Journal reporters Bailey Schulz, Alexis Egeland and Michael Scott Davidson talk about the top stories of the day, April 2. (Renee Summerour/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Cars were lined up along Sahara Avenue from Palace Station to South Rainbow Boulevard for food distribution sponsored by Three Square and Central Church in Henderson.
For the first time in forever, the famed Las Vegas Strip is closed for business amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
UNLV medical students, residents and physicians are fielding as many as 3,000 calls each day from community members who are wondering if they should be tested for COVID-19.