Though Nevada hair salons and barbershops were forced to close, hair cuts at department headquarters and substations this week are being offered to officers.
His name was included in a Clark County District Court lawsuit filed against White by Ernesto Joshua Ramos, who served time for the sensational crime.
The illness can lead to pneumonia, multi-organ failure and death. As of Saturday, the virus had hospitalized more than 400 people in Clark County and killed 41.
Legal advocates say landlords are still harassing tenants at a “record pace” despite Gov. Sisolak’s statewide eviction moratorium issued this week.
Retailers have moved quickly to add safety and cleaning measures to stores. But workers are still concerned about their safety as the virus spreads. Here’s what we found.
Federal agents looked into the owner and other properties as part of a 2019 investigation, months before the downtown building was the site of a deadly fire.
Copies of letters sent to employees by the managers of the two stores have been circulating on social media for days.
Evictions are not supposed to be happening right now. But weekly renters are still being served eviction notices, or kicked out, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Nevada officials have stated they need more COVID-19 test kits. Four times they have asked federal officials for help only to be told there is a “indefinite backlog.”
The first Nevadan to die from coronavirus was a 69-year-old Chicago Cubs fan and retired Las Vegas business owner. He died alone at MountainView Hospital.
A rapid influx of coronavirus patients could inundate Nevada hospitals. An anlysis shows there is only one hospital bed for every 22 people likely to be hospitalized.
More than 90 citations were issued in the past three years, highlighting potential problems in keeping the coronavirus out of the state’s nursing homes.
The clerk of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a one-page order Tuesday vacating oral arguments in the case on March 23 without explanation. It did not reschedule the hearing.
The agency’s chief financial officer and the former legal counsel were set to testify about the police investigation of Rossi Ralenkotter, their former boss.
Adolfo Orozco’s attorney argued for the cellphone to be returned and any future search be limited to the deadly December fire. A judge Tuesday sided with police.