Eleven new deaths from COVID-19 were reported in Clark County overnight, and the state death toll edged higher to 72, according to new data from local health agencies.
The Review-Journal is compiling a running list of resources for people throughout Clark County and Nevada affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
While some Las Vegas restaurants have shut down completely during the coronavirus outbreak, others are offering takeout, curbside pickup and delivery services.
Weeks after Las Vegas updated its branding with the motto “What Happens Here, Only Happens Here,” another more urgent slogan took hold: “Stay Home for Nevada.”
The Clark County School District apparently is out of compliance with a Nevada Department of Education directive to track contacts with students to maintain at-home learning.
As hotel rooms across the country sit empty amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some operators are offering their properties to health care workers and first responders looking for a place to rest away from home.
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Politicians and health officials emphatically warn that while deaths, hospitalizations and new infections may be leveling off in places like Italy and Spain, and even New York has seen encouraging signs amid the gloom, the crisis is far from over.
Nearly 1,000 vehicles went through a busy highway toll booth at Wuhan’s border between midnight — when barricades were lifted — and 7 a.m.
The U.S. Postal Service is calling for vigilance to prevent a persistent band of mail thieves from intercepting that money before it reaches residents.
Singer-songwriter John Prine explored the heartbreaks, indignities and absurdities of everyday life in “Angel from Montgomery,” “Sam Stone” and “Hello in There.”
Gregory Kerkorian, an heir to the “father of the Las Vegas mega resort,” could die in prison from the novel coronavirus, his lawyers argued in a petition to state leaders.
Allegiant Air’s parent is burning through at least $2 million in cash per day and hundreds of workers are taking two-month leave at half pay as the carrier grapples with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Though Nevada hair salons and barbershops were forced to close, hair cuts at department headquarters and substations this week are being offered to officers.
An outreach center for the HIV community in Henderson has opened its doors to the public during the coronavirus crisis.
Due to the closure of Metro facilities during the coronavirus pandemic, registered sex offenders needing to update or change their information must do so online.