More than 67,000 Clark County School District students were unreachable during the first week of school closures, according to data provided Wednesday by the district.
Gov. Steve Sisolak tightened the clamps on some coronavirus-related restrictions Wednesday, including prohibiting large church gatherings and closing all golf courses and public sports venues across the state.
The City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that will allow the city to levy civil or criminal penalties against those who violate emergency directives.
Nevada officials are concerned money in the $2.2 trillion relief bill could leave out Las Vegas employer- and union-sponsored clinics, where 150,000 Las Vegans get their health care.
Nevada’s public universities and colleges are easing grading and financial requirements because of systemwide school closures over COVID-19.
The City Council approved a contract with Las Vegas Paving Corp. to spruce up the events plaza in front of City Hall. It’s part of an effort to attract people to downtown.
Clark County became the second jurisdiction in the Las Vegas Valley to allow temporary home alcohol delivery amid the state’s stay-at-home mandate.
The report by the Southern Nevada Health District came the morning after the state recorded a dozen new deaths, a number that likely included most of the county cases.
Las Vegas drive-up clinics expect more coronavirus tests this week, and there is hope a new rapid-result test will boost availability.
The Cashman Isolation-Quarantine Complex, which is set to open this week, is hiring staff to help serve the homeless.