The department reports 65,601 coronavirus cases with a death toll of 1,197 throughout the state to date.
Attorneys waged the final battle of “world war weed” on Monday with closing arguments in a trial over marijuana dispensary licenses.
A man is in critical condition after a reported stabbing Saturday night at The Venetian, Las Vegas police said. Detectives had not made any arrests, police added.
State health officials reported 697 new COVID-19 cases in Nevada on Sunday and three additional deaths. Two of those deaths and 628 cases were in Clark County.
Connecting Kids, a statewide coalition dedicated to providing equal access to virtual learning for Nevada students, officially launched on Wednesday.
Las Vegas police said they found multiple unemployment benefit cards among narcotics and a large amount of cash during a vehicle stop-turned-bust on Saturday.
Saturday’s rally at the corner of Cheyenne Avenue and Durango Drive in State Senate District 6 was the fifth protest that the No Mask Nevada PAC has organized, according to PAC chair Melissa Blundo.
North Las Vegas police need help identifying two people possibly involved in a shooting last month that left one man dead and two others injured.
Dr. Judy Mikovits, who made a splash online in May with an excerpt of her “Plandemic” documentary, is now making waves with a strange COVID-19 theory involving Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The Electric Daisy Carnival won’t return to Las Vegas until May 2021, the electronic dance music festival’s founder announced Sunday.
North Las Vegas police have identified the four officers involved in a Wednesday morning shooting that left one man dead.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Nevada surged past 50,000 on Sunday as state health officials reported 1,131 new cases.
A motorcyclist died early Sunday morning after a crash on State Route 604 near Sloan, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
A man who claims he was wrongfully imprisoned for three decades on death row for a 1985 murder on the Strip is suing the Metropolitan Police Department.
Health officials reported more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases in Nevada on Sunday and two additional deaths. Of those cases, 807 were reported in Clark County.