The Clark County Commission on Tuesday agreed to provide $57 million in federal coronavirus relief funding to four Southern Nevada cities.
Three former members of the Clark County Democratic Party’s executive board say personal reasons, not an ideological struggle with the group’s progressive majority, drove their decisions to resign in recent weeks.
The Henderson City Council on Tuesday approved spending another $1.2 million on a downtown hockey practice arena for the Henderson Silver Knights.
With pressure growing for the Clark County School District to modify its school reopening plan, Superintendent Jesus Jara says it’s time to approve the existing blueprint.
Clark County Commission Chairwoman Marilyn Kirkpatrick said Tuesday she was “confident” that most people in Southern Nevada will wear face masks to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
New cases were well above the daily average of slightly over 596 for the preceding week.
Several key leaders within the Clark County Democratic Party have resigned as progressive leadership within both the county and state parties has swelled in recent months.
Laughlin residents may get tested for the coronavirus on a first-come, first-served basis Thursday at Laughlin Junior/Senior High School, according to Clark County.
New figures posted Monday pushed the case total for the county to 18,818, while fatalities from the disease caused by the new coronavirus were unchanged at 439.
Clark County recorded 848 new coronavirus cases and three deaths as of Friday morning, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
By Thursday morning, the county had received 8,901 illegal fireworks complaints on its ISpyFireworks.com website. At this time last year, the county had received 1,695 complaints.
The Clark County Business License Department on Friday will begin checking business throughout the county for compliance with the governor’s coronavirus safety directives, according to a statement from the county.
Clark County recorded 576 new cases of COVID-19 and a dozen additional deaths over the preceding day, according to data posted Thursday by the Southern Nevada Health District.
Gov. Steve Sisolak said Friday that he would “take swift and decisive actions” against those that don’t comply.
Wednesday’s report marked the fourth time in the last five days the county has seen a daily increase of at least 500 cases.