A resident of Sun City Summerlin who tested positive for the coronavirus has died. Five others in the 55-and-older community have tested positive.
Retailers have moved quickly to add safety and cleaning measures to stores. But workers are still concerned about their safety as the virus spreads. Here’s what we found.
After booking a huge windfall shielding himself from stock market chaos, hedge fund operator Bill Ackman is upping his stake in Summerlin developer Howard Hughes Corp. by half a billion dollars.
The coronavirus self-quarantine has led many people to seek the company of a pet, according to the Animal Foundation.
The 55-and-older community serves about 12,500 people. The patients were hospitalized as of Wednesday night.
The first Nevadan to die from coronavirus was a 69-year-old Chicago Cubs fan and retired Las Vegas business owner. He died alone at MountainView Hospital.
Madisen Saglibene should be celebrating the one-year anniversary of her mobile brick oven pizza catering service, Pizza Stone’d this month. Instead, she is catering free personal pizzas to staff at Las Vegas Valley hospitals and grocery stores.
An ATM machine was stolen and then discarded “not far from its original location” on Wednesday morning near Summerlin, Las Vegas police said.
James Darby showed up at the Smith’s Food & Drug store on North Rancho Drive very early Wednesday to make sure he could pick up needed groceries and supplies.
Coronavirus closures are resulting in mass Las Vegas blood shortages. Local blood drive centers are taking precautions and ask that people continue to donate.