Clinton Taylor, the man accused of bludgeoning a woman he did not know with a sledgehammer while she was doing her laundry, appeared in court Wednesday. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
UNLV athletic director Desiree Reed-Francois introduced the #FaceMasks4FallSports hashtag last Saturday, hoping to facilitate awareness about safety measures amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe has been named as the state’s new tribal emergency response coordinator, amid a report that coronavirus testing and assistance has been slow to reach Native American tribes.
With no set guidelines from the NFL, teams are trying to figure out how best to handle fan participation amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the first fans allowed on the course in just two weeks, Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan is working overtime to protect his players and the game.
Frustrated after contracting COVID-19, Kaydee Asher took to Twitter with videos and photos, hoping to spread awareness to her classmates and local teens.
It started with just one person, but over the last month small groups of protesters have gathered in front of Mayor Carolyn Goodman’s home on weekends to demand police reform.
“Sexxy” creator Jen Romas says, “We’ve taken a very intimate show into a different area, and expanded it.”
New York City’s July 4 festivities will be capped by a televised fireworks display over the Empire State Building.
One person was hospitalized in critical condition following a crash Saturday morning at Desert Inn Road and Valley View Boulevard, police said.