The term is used when a local lab obtains a positive result when testing for a disease and sends it to the federal CDC to be confirmed.
Max Michor covers all things violent and weird after dark in Vegas. He was born and raised in the northwest valley and graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2017.
“It’s serious, really. I don’t want the worst to happen but I think we should be ready,” said Alaina Ortiz.
In Twitter post, the nation’s top doctor says the masks don’t protect from coronavirus and other airborne pathogens and a shortage could endanger health care workers.
A Henderson man was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for beating his 3-year-old daughter to death in 2016.
Jim Twohig, a 75-year-old Air Force veteran from Sun City, spent three years and about 2,000 hours crafting the perfectly proportioned replica of the U.S.S. Niagara.
Starting in March, the scenic loop at the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area will be open for an extra two hours every day.
The lawsuits, which were filed Friday, claim that owner Adolfo Orozco failed to maintain necessary utilities as well as safety equipment such as sprinklers and fire alarms.
Traffic heading to a NASCAR race at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday was causing a backup on northbound Interstate 15.
Opal Lee, 93, led a march Thursday on Fremont Street to spread the message of Juneteenth.
James Beach, 30, is up for parole on May 5 after he was sentenced to up to 10 years in prison for the death of 45-year-old Luis Campos.
Neighbors and county officials are concerned about the existence of an alleged sex doll brothel and sex club operating in a central Las Vegas neighborhood.
A Las Vegas man who pleaded guilty to robbing nine banks after escaping an Oregon correctional facility was sentenced Monday to an additional 15 years behind bars.
A pawn shop owner from Las Vegas pleaded guilty Monday to tax evasion after she was accused of concealing revenue from gold jewelry sold to her stores.
The parents of a baby found dead in a dumpster last week were released from jail after making their first court appearance Wednesday in a North Las Vegas court.
The Nevada Court of Appeals heard arguments Tuesday in a workers’ compensation claim made by a Henderson police officer who said he suffered hearing loss on the job.