The 22-page ruling found no merit constitutional challenges to the requirement that students wear masks at school.
Separate lawsuits filed in Clark County District Court and U.S. District Court argue that the edict should be thrown out, with one seeking $200 million in restitution.
During a Clark County School Board meeting Thursday, some audience members were yelling and more than 10 were asked to leave or escorted out of the room by police.
Many U.S. authorities say the potency of COVID-19 vaccines hasn’t waned, but they make a case for booster shots in some individuals.
Gov. Steve Sisolak signed an emergency directive Wednesday related to face coverings and other mitigation strategies for K-12 county school district, charter school and private school settings within Nevada.
A Las Vegas-based rock climber scaled the exterior of the Aria on Tuesday in protest of the state’s latest COVID-19 mask mandates for indoor public areas.
After the first weekend with a new public mask mandate, Southern Nevada governments on Monday reported no major compliance issues.
Marc Savard is not all smiles over the return of face covers at his Las Vegas Strip hypnosis show.
Las Vegas Valley residents, visitors and business owners woke up to a new face mask requiremen Friday, and most appeared to be abiding by the edict.
In a memo released Tuesday night, Chancellor Melody Rose wrote the requirement will apply to “all unvaccinated and vaccinated NSHE students, employees, and members of the public.”
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak imposed a new mandate Tuesday that requires everyone, vaccinated or not, to wear masks indoors in public places in counties with high rates of COVID-19 transmission, including Clark County.
The new mask guidance follows recent decisions in Los Angeles and St. Louis to revert to indoor mask mandates amid a spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Sun City Summerlin’s Community Association ended its policy requiring residents to present their COVID-19 vaccination cards or mask up before entering community facilities.
The university made the announcement Thursday, citing new guidance from the Nevada System of Higher Education. But the higher education system hasn’t yet announced any change.
The county commission’s decision Tuesday signaled a major milestone in the year-plus fight against the coronavirus for Nevada’s most populous region.