Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday issued a mandatory shutdown of most nonessential businesses in the state, a move that comes three days after he strongly urged them to shut their doors in response to spread of COVID-19 illness.
In his final days, Edward Turken, 96, serenaded his son over the phone with tunes like “Stayin’ Alive” and “California Dreamin’” from his bed in the ICU unit at Summerlin Hospital.
If the COVID-19 has you staying home for Nevada, perhaps now is the time to take up a new hobby.
Even before the coronavirus outbreak, nonprofits were seeing an increase in the number of seniors seeking food assistance.
The City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that will allow the city to levy civil or criminal penalties against those who violate emergency directives.
Longtime barman centralizes news on where to find help — and where to aid brethren out of work — on online dashboard.
This week’s top choices include the Season 3 premiere of the spy thriller “Killing Eve.”
The American Gaming Association has appealed to President Trump to help small gaming companies be eligible for loans offered through the Small Business Administration.
The Senate is poised to take up an emergency relief bill Thursday that adds $250 billion in loans for small businesses that the Trump administration seeks.
As of Wednesday morning, five students and one instructor with the College of Southern Nevada had reported positive cases of COVID-19, according to the school’s website.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, who saw his once strong lead in the Democratic primary evaporate, ended his presidential bid on Wednesday.