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Clark County sheriff: No need for panic, ‘Southern Nevada is safe’
The Clark County sheriff and district attorney held a news conference Wednesday to discuss how their agencies are handling crime issues during the coronavirus pandemic.
11-year-old’s coronavirus diagnosis put family under quarantine
A student at a North Las Vegas charter school tested positive for coronavirus just as Nevada schools were ordered to close.
Prognosis uncertain as coronavirus’ impact hits rural Southern Nevada
While the new coronavirus has brought cities in Clark County to a near standstill, it is exacting a more varied toll in the rural corners of Southern Nevada.
Number of COVID-19 cases in Nevada edges higher to 321
New figures posted by the state Department of Health and Human Services this morning showed 15 new cases overnight.
Some CCSD teachers forge ahead with online learning
CCSD has offered curriculum options for teachers and students who want to try online education, but all schoolwork remains voluntary as it is not an option for some students.
Arts District turning plywood into artwork to inspire hope
Ten local artists have paired with 10 small businesses on Main Street and Charleston Boulevard to transform plywood into hopeful works of art.
Resources, services available during coronavirus pandemic
The Review-Journal is compiling a running list of resources for people throughout Clark County and Nevada affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
RTC reducing schedule amid driver shortage, drop in riders
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is moving their residential routes to a Sunday schedule beginning Wednesday.
Las Vegas performers keep their distance on YouTube series
“The Socially Distant Show” was formed out of pure need, of course. Founders have set up a GoFundMe page to support the entertainers who appear.
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