Lack of preparedness contributed to cases surging in ZIP codes 89030 and 89110. Both neighborhoods have a population that is about two-thirds Latino, double that of Clark County as a whole.
Sisters Caroline and Lauren Edgeworth work to raise awareness about mental health and teen suicide through Hope Means Nevada project.
National Nurses United organized a protest Wednesday morning outside St. Rose Dominican Hospital, Siena campus, in Henderson.
Nevada recorded 649 new cases of COVID-19 over the preceding day — the lowest single-day increase in nearly a month — but the state death toll jumped by 28.
New cases posted by the Department of Health and Human Services pushed the case total for the state to 52,179 and the fatalities increased the death toll to 862.
Clark County commissioners Lawrence Weekly and Cedric Crear, University Medical Center and other officials hosted a first look at a new COVID-19 testing center.
Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Monday a “long-term strategy for mitigating the spread of COVID-19 in Nevada through a targeted approach — all centered back to our original goal of making our response state managed and locally executed.’
Though The Heights of Summerlin is licensed as a skilled care nursing home, a new report and RJ interviews with current and former staff and patients paint a different picture — both before and after the coronavirus hit.
Las Vegas intensive care nurse Geoconda Hughes discusses how the COVID-19 outbreak has made her question her career choice.
Federal health officials say an outbreak of salmonella infecting nearly 400 people in more than 30 states, including Nevada, has been linked to red onions.
UNLV is closing its curbside COVID-19 testing site because of intense summertime heat and because the Nevada National Guard will no longer be deployed to assist in the operation.
Nevada recorded 1,018 new cases of COVID-19 and 21 more deaths over the preceding day as the death toll in the state surged past 800, according to data posted Thursday.
The Southern Nevada Health District on Wednesday said it no longer recommends people who tested positive for COVID-19 be tested again.