Many automotive companies at CES unveil their plans for the future of transportation including safer driverless cars, safety features and a partnership between Uber and Hyundai. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nacho Daddy plans benefits for families of George Floyd and Shay Mikalonis, while “Marriage Can Be Murder” launches a virtual show and Ferraro’s celebrates the cuisine of Piemonte.
Las Vegas Senior Assistant City Attorney Bryan Scott will officially become the city’s top prosecutor in two weeks, replacing Brad Jerbic.
Las Vegas casinos weren’t inundated with gamblers when they reopened Thursday, but a flood of guests hadn’t been expected, according to Gov. Steve Sisolak.
Players, diners were in short supply on the second day of the gaming industry’s reopening.
At least two people who work in Las Vegas Justice Court tested positive for the novel coronavirus, Clark County officials said Friday.
Despite the availability of face coverings, Review-Journal staff and experts who toured casinos on Thursday and Friday said only about half of visitors were seen wearing masks. Others chose to ignore social distancing rules, despite reminders placed throughout properties.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services reports 126 deaths from COVID-19. But Nevada had reported only 89 as of Friday.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday morning launched the Soul City WiFi project, aiming to offer equal digital access to residents of Historic Westside.
The new head women’s basketball coach at UNLV is a former Durango High star whose father ranks eighth all-time in prep wins for a Las Vegas coach.