The death toll from the disease caused by the new coronavirus in the state jumped to 26 on Tuesday with eight new fatalities reported in Clark County.
The Review-Journal is compiling a running list of resources for people throughout Clark County and Nevada affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The search by leaders in the region for bed space for such patients will not end there as officials anticipate facing a crisis affecting cities across the country: Hospital bed shortages.
Businesses and attractions are closed across the country. But when the Las Vegas Strip is forced to close, the impact is indelible.
While some Las Vegas restaurants have shut down completely during the coronavirus outbreak, others are offering takeout, curbside pickup and delivery services.
Copies of letters sent to employees by the managers of the two stores have been circulating on social media for days.
The city of Las Vegas will screen people who attend Wednesday’s City Council meeting for symptoms of the novel coronavirus.
Southwest Airlines has reduced its flight schedule by nearly 40 percent from its peak levels, McCarran International Airport’s largest carrier announced Tuesday.
Two mixed martial arts organizations announced plans to postpone or delay cards as UFC officials continue to try to move heaven and earth to put on a massive event in April.
With so many people making less money and thousands more on the verge of being laid off, it’s important now more than ever to focus on saving and reduce spending.
Providers continue to work to serve parents who work in essential businesses; Nevada officials work to open more spots for children.
Worldwide, more than 800,000 people have been infected and over 40,000 have died, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.
The numbers in Italy showed a continued slowdown in the rate of new confirmed cases and a record number of people recovered.
Las Vegas artist Shawn Eiferman says, “I can appease someone who asks, ‘Hey, can you play the Jonas Brothers?’ I can actually play that.”
Clark County’s Business License Department is temporarily suspending late penalties and fees, and other disciplinary actions, through at least June.
The city of Las Vegas said Monday it will waive late fees and property liens for delinquent sewer bills until 30 days after the city’s state of emergency is over.
The Nevada Democratic Party is switching its campaign organizing approach to digital to deal with the social distancing requirements of coping with the coronavirus outbreak.
Travis Cloer’s family distilled three hours into a 45-second, time-lapse video to the song “ ’Til You Fall in Love.”