An outreach center for the HIV community in Henderson has opened its doors to the public during the coronavirus crisis.
The City Council approved a contract with Las Vegas Paving Corp. to spruce up the events plaza in front of City Hall. It’s part of an effort to attract people to downtown.
The Clark County Museum is closed for now, but Southern Nevadans still can explore what it has to offer during a Q&A with county museums administrator Mark Hall-Patton.
Restaurateurs said they and their employees are suffering significantly because of loss of income, prompting layoffs, furloughs or reduced hours, during the COVID-19 crisis.
The College of Southern Nevada has reported two more cases of COVID-19 among its students, bringing the total to four in the three-campus system.
Livestreaming, Seder-to-go meals will be part of Southern Nevadans’ Passover observances this year.
Many shoppers in the Las Vegas Valley were already heeding new federal guidance advising people to wear face masks in public places, even before it was actually issued.
The Metropolitan Police Department and Nevada attorney general’s office say there are no plans to check people who are out in public during the coronavirus pandemic.
Lourdes Pinney is among 115 musicians, ages 16 to 19, selected for the eighth annual National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America.
A 51-year-old asylum seeker from Cameroon walked out of a Henderson jail two days after the American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada pushed for his release.
On March 18, United Way of Southern Nevada announced the creation of its Emergency Assistance and Community Needs Fund. Now, the fund has more than doubled, totaling about $381,000.
Superintendent Jesus Jara said the district and principals are working to find a way for seniors to graduate but added, “I don’t know what it’s going to look like.”
A second College of Southern Nevada student has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a notice posted on the college’s website Thursday.
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.
Many centers, which were closed by mid-March as the new coronavirus spread in Nevada, are finding ways to continue helping the elderly in this uncertain time.