When the new school year begins in August, students can walk or take buses to the nearest school to pick up free meals to take home, Superintendent Jesus Jara said.
Nevada recorded 966 new COVID-19 cases and 13 additional deaths as total cases surpassed 40,000, according to data posted Friday by the Department of Health and Human Services.
University Medical Center is asking members of the public without COVID-19 symptoms or exposure to a confirmed case to refrain from visiting its drive-thru testing sites.
Both the county and state recorded more than 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 for the fifth time in a week, according to data posted Thursday.
The Clark County Commission gave the green light to a magician who wants to perform with three tigers under a massive tent on the Las Vegas Strip for a six-month run.
Another 28 deaths from the coronavirus were reported in Nevada on Wednesday, matching the record daily report of deaths from the day before, according to state data.
The Board of Commissioners takes the first step toward regulating Uber Eats, Grubhub, Postmates and other fees.
A magician has a plan for a vacant plot on the Las Vegas Strip: Erect a 13,000-square-foot tent to perform with three tigers.
Clark County is accepting applications for two small-business grant programs to help with overdue rent or health-and-safety retrofits.
Health officials announced plans to train and add more than 400 new positions to handle contact tracing of local COVID-19 patients as they battle rising case numbers in Clark County and an ever-increasing statewide infection rate.
High-speed rail service between Las Vegas and Southern California moved a step closer to fruition with the county pledging support for private activity bonds for the project.
There were 28 additional deaths reported across the state on Tuesday morning, and it was the first time since April that the state has reported more than 20 deaths in a single day.
Health officials reported 948 new COVID-19 cases and one death in Nevada on Monday, breaking a streak of five days with more than 1,000 cases reported in the state.
Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg is voluntarily retiring from his position, a cost-saving move for Clark County during the coronavirus pandemic, he said Saturday.
Under an ordinance to be introduced by the county commission on Tuesday, it would be illegal to refuse to either rent, negotiate or make available a property to someone based solely on their source of income or if they were previously evicted for reasons caused by the pandemic.