The shower trucks, which stopped servicing clients at The Courtyard Homeless Resource Center in March, are a key service in preventing the spread of communicable diseases, including coronavirus. (Bizuayeu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
MicroGerm Defense Nevada technicians use electrostatic sprayers to coat all surfaces and textiles at local Boys & Girls Club’s gymnasium, kitchen, outdoor patio area and playground.
This production will introduce the audience to water in Southern Nevada. The focus will be on how nature filters water and water preservation and conservation.
As plans for a high-speed train between Las Vegas and Southern California push ahead, officials are looking at how to incorporate Allegiant Stadium into the Southern Nevada portion.
Devin Raman, senior disease investigator at SNHD, explains how contact tracing works, noting how local clusters of disease are tracked.
The Boring Company’s tunnel-making drill reached the end of the line for the second time in three months Thursday, making a pathway for Elon Musk’s untested underground people-mover.
Councilwoman Victoria Seaman launches project memorial to help with the memorial day tradition of placing the American flag on the graves of fallen servicemen and women.
The management and staff at Cowabunga Bay in hopes of opening soon are implementing coronavirus safety measures to ensure patrons are happy and safe.
In the main event of UFC Fight Night 171, Glover Teixeira stopped Anthony Smith in the fifth round to claim victory in the promotion’s second fight card to take place in Jacksonville in the past week. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)