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.
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Livestreaming, Seder-to-go meals will be part of Southern Nevadans’ Passover observances this year.
A UNLV public health expert says that metric is not helpful in combating the outbreak and would require manpower needed elsewhere.
The Reed family is looking forward to doing something together outside of the home; 11-year-old who had the virus wants to ride her bike.
The bishop’s order extends a suspension of Masses that was already in effect through this weekend.
Providers continue to work to serve parents who work in essential businesses; Nevada officials work to open more spots for children.
When Dr. Fermin Leguen became the Southern Nevada Health District’s acting chief health officer last fall, nobody could have predicted how recognizable his name would become just months later.
Open Arms Communty Church on Sahara Avenue expects to welcome up to 50 worshippers on April 12, despite virus outbreak.
A sixth grader at a North Las Vegas charter school tested positive for coronavirus the same weekend Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered Nevada schools to close.
Virtual Sunday services, Bible studies and other programs will fill in while houses of worship are closed.
YMCA of Southern Nevada will kick off a new child care program Thursday.
Las Vegas Catholic bishop suspends Masses to fight coronavirus spread.