The demand for testing in Nevada has grown as coronavirus cases have surged across the country, especially in the Southwest.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday that students with an F-1 academic visa or M-1 vocational visa can’t take online-only classes during the fall semester.
New cases were well above the daily average of slightly over 596 for the preceding week.
More than 42,000 Nevada businesses received pandemic-related small-business loans ranging from just a few dollars to as much as $10 million.
Nevada’s self-employed workers hoping for a judicial remedy to their pending unemployment claims will have to wait another week for an answer.
Gov. Steve Sisolak is not ruling out possible tax increases during a special legislative session as a way to address a budget hole that is projected to exceed $1.2 billion.
A Beltway publication moved Nevada from the “toss up” category to “lean Democratic” for the November election.
Rep. Dina Titus has succeeded in inserting language into a House spending bill for the Energy Department that would ban nuclear testing in Nevada and provide no funding for Yucca Mountain.
Nevada’s Occupational Safety and Health Administation has conducted nearly 1,000 field observations since June 26 and determined high levels of noncompliance.
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.
A new survey shows 49 percent of businesses were in compliance with Gov. Steve Sisolak’s mask mandate, while coronavirus cases continue to rise statewide.
Clark County recorded 848 new coronavirus cases and three deaths as of Friday morning, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
The Department of Justice announced Thursday that nearly $11.6 million in coronavirus relief funds would be delivered to cities and police departments across Nevada.
Nevada’s employment office will be conducting mainteance on its website Thursday night.