Las Vegas Bowl executive director John Saccenti talks about the game’s future. Video by Mark Anderson/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Two of the biggest attractions in the Las Vegas area remain closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
New York state surpassed a grim milestone Sunday as its death toll from the coronavirus outbreak climbed above 1,000, less than a month after the first case was detected in the state.
When casinos closed, many professional card players lost their main source of income. Online poker and coaching are helping them wait out the pandemic.
Pro day cancellations because of the coronavirus have forced NFL prospect Ikem Okeke, a safety from Hawaii who played at Bishop Gorman High School, to get creative.
When schools and businesses shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic, Las Vegas saw mass blood drive cancellations. People are filling the need by appointment.
All Costco stores will close at 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, while weekend hours will remain the same, the company announced Sunday.
Raiders quarterback Marcus Mariota is teaming to cover 1,000 free grab-and-go meals every weekday at two elementary schools in Honolulu during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Freshman Justin Moore provided the heroics as third-seeded Villanova knocked off No. 1 Baylor 83-82 to win the South Region of the Review-Journal’s What If Tournament.
Sisolak said his order applies to evictions that were already filed before the declaration, and prohibits new lockouts, evictions filings and notices to pay. It also applies to commercial buildings, to protect small businesses closed by Sisolak’s previous order.