The “Stop, Swab and Go” drive runs through Sept. 18 at four locations: Fiesta Henderson, Texas Station, Sam Boyd Stadium and in the city of Mesquite.
Police have located the 64-year-old man, Eugene Johnson, who was reported missing Monday.
When Nevada’s moratorium on evictions lifts, experts expect a flood of eviction notices to renters to follow.
Nevada identified long-term care facilities as a cause for concern early in the COVID outbreak, but that initial burst of resolve to protect residents and staff has faltered.
A peaceful protest in North Las Vegas drew about 100 people making their voices heard in solidarity with the March on Washington held earlier Friday in the nation’s capital.
A senior citizen reported missing Thursday in North Las Vegas has been found safe.
Young children held handmade signs calling for the end of police brutality while teenagers stood along the sidewalk chanting at a peaceful protest calling for the end of racism and police brutality Thursday night in North Las Vegas.
The protest, organized by Nevada nonprofit Power2Parent, took place outside the Clark County School District’s Administrative Center on West Sahara Avenue in Las Vegas.
Parents of students receiving special education services are suing the Clark County School District in federal court, charging it has failed to provide an adequate education during school closures.
The daughter of a man fatally shot by North Las Vegas police at Craig Ranch Regional Park in June is suing the city, the police department and the officer involved.
Around 245,000 students and teachers — or nearly three-quarters of the total — logged into the district’s main distance learning tool on Tuesday, up from about 217,000 Monday.
Parents reported problems Monday with Canvas, the Clark County School District’s primary online teaching tool, as the 2020-21 school year began.
Kim Law, Robert Cuccurullo and Mark Nekoba are among 20 Clark County teachers who were recognized in late May. Now, they’re gearing up for an unusual school year.
The move will make it much easier for thousands of military retirees, dependents and widows to access the no-cost medication to which they are entitled.