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Patient Zero in Nevada’s COVID-19 fight mending after month in a coma
When he awoke at the VA hospital in North Las Vegas, Ronald Pipkins was stunned to learn that he was the first presumptive positive case in the state of Nevada.
Number of new COVID-19 cases in Clark County, state rebounds slightly
The number of new confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Clark County and Nevada rebounded slightly overnight, reversing days of small decreases.
Betting on the future: What Macao’s experience can teach Las Vegas
The reopening of Macao’s casinos may offer a glimpse into Las Vegas’ future — a hoped-for return to being the 24/7, glimmering disco ball of a city that it was.
COVID-19 disproportionately killing black, Asian Clark County residents
The findings come from new data released by the Southern Nevada Health District on Friday morning.
Social distancing proves challenging on Las Vegas-area buses
Thousands of essential workers, as well as many homeless people, are relying on buses to move around the Las Vegas Valley during the health crisis.
Hash House a Go Go continues its series of Friday food giveaways
The restaurant’s West Sahara Avenue location will give out Italian pasta meals that feed four to the first 50 motorists lined up.
Clark County commissioner to host virtual prayer gathering
Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly will host a virtual prayer gathering with three area pastors Saturday in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Skye Canyon encourages chalk art for Earth Day
Earth-themed designs on sidewalks or driveways that are submitted to social media will be eligible for prizes.
How you can help: Las Vegas service agencies, nonprofits seek donations
Money is just one requested item; gift cards, food, baby items, pet supplies, hygiene items and cleaning items, and unused canvas bags will help those in need.
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