Several of Las Vegas’ famous pool-party spaces are back in business beginning in March and running through the summer.
First-dose appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine are available at the Cashman Center today and Friday.
Nevada on Thursday reported 571 new coronavirus cases and 14 additional fatalities, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
Walmart and the Immigrant Home Foundation are partnering in the effort to get COVID-19 vaccine to some of the most vulnerable residents in the Las Vegas Valley.
A Las Vegas-based company is working to provide free prescription deliveries to help seniors and those immunocompromised across Southern Nevada get the medicine they need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nevada’s public health lab has identified the strain in the Silver State, where it currently represents about a quarter of positive cases that are genetically sequenced.
But the state on Wednesday reported higher than average numbers of new coronavirus cases and deaths during the preceding day.
People making appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine to be administered at the Southern Nevada Health District’s headquarters are the first to use it.
Officials from North Las Vegas scheduled a news briefing Wednesday to call on the Clark County School District to resume school sports.
The Clark County School District will begin reopening under a hybrid instructional model to students in grades six, nine and 12 on March 22, officials announced Wednesday.
Under its reopening plan, the district is relying on 340 first aid safety assistants — whose primary role is to provide first aid to students — to staff school sickrooms.
The Las Vegas Fire Department helped administer over 250 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday at the Mexican General Consulate.
A third vaccine, from Johnson & Johnson, is expected to get a green light from regulators soon.
Eligible veterans in Southern Nevada will be able to receive first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a North Las Vegas walk-in clinic beginning Saturday.
The university announced Tuesday it won’t hold an in-person ceremony for its spring graduates and will use a virtual format instead due to the COVID-19 pandemic.