CrossFit Apollo in the northwest valley hosted a protest workout Monday evening to take a stand against the governor’s business closures.
Signs of life are beginning to spring back up across the Las Vegas Valley after two months of being shuttered because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Heights of Summerlin reported its seventh death. Nearly 1,000 cases among staff and residents have been reported at more than 50 facilities.
Terry Fator plots his return to the stage: “It’s just a matter of finding the right room for me now.”
The Southern Nevada Health District’s system is intended to more quickly and efficiently communicate with people who have tested positive for COVID-19 and their close contacts.
The longtime government official will be overseeing federal funds and coordinating disease response among state and local agencies.
London-based IGT, once a slot machine manufacturing force based in Nevada, struggled along with the rest of the gaming industry with widening losses and a revenue drop.
The Clark County School Board heard a presentation on the district’s final budget Monday, which includes a projected $37.8 million drop in operating revenue due to COVID-19.
At least two White House staffers tested positive for COVID-19 this month, sparking concerns about the steps taken to protect the president.
Open-fire cooking replaced by online fireside chats “where people have time to talk to the chefs,” the event founder says.