The Mahogany Fire was fully contained on Tuesday after burning 2,758 acres in the Spring Mountain Range. The Forest Service said the suspected cause is an illegal campfire near the Mahogany campground.
Three mothers discuss their concerns with CCSD’s reopening plan, and how they are adapting to COVID-19 with their children. (Renee Summerour/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Gov. Steve Sisolak says he is in daily contact with the unemployment office to work out the issues and that it has “taken too long.”
You had questions, and we’ve got the answers!Dr. Brian Labus, Epidemiologist with the UNLV School of Public Health and the governor’s medical advisory team, and RJ Health reporter Mary Hynes to answer viewer questions regarding COVID-19 in Nevada.
Topics this week:
1. MORE COVID-19 TESTING DEMAND MEANS LONGER WAITS TO GET RESULTS
2. PUBLIC FRUSTRATION WITH COVID-19 NUMBERS; VIRUS BEING POLITICIZED.
3. BEST INTERPRETATION OF COVID-19 NUMBERS
It could take a week or more in some cases to get results, according to test sites and laboratories.
Chef Michael Rubinstein is leaving the restaurant at The Cosmopolitan after 3½ years to take over as assistant executive chef at the Raiders’ practice facility.
After being alerted to travelers’ concerns, McCarran announced it was altering baggage claim operations.McCarran spokesman Joe Rajchel said, “Each carousel will now have at least one flight assigned to it before any additional are added.”. “This will help us reduce crowds around the carousels and promote social distancing.”
Casino operators are bolstering efforts to comply with Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order that everybody wear a face covering in public. Caesars Entertainment Corp. and Las Vegas Sands Corp. said wearing a face covering is a condition of employment.
Walker Lane is a region of seismically active fault lines hugging the border between California and Nevada.The region is home to hundreds of faults responsible for a great deal of earthquake activity in the Southwest.
Whenever experts begin comparing gaming jurisdictions, you’re bound to hear the phrase “gold standard” dropped in the conversation. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)