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Nevada’s 1st coronavirus patient released from hospital after coma
Ronald Pipkins, 55, was wheeled out of the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas to a series of cheers from the staff.
Albertsons store employee diagnosed with COVID-19
An employee at an Albertsons store in Las Vegas has tested positive for COVID-19, a company spokeswoman said.
South Point furloughing most employees indefinitely
South Point is furloughing most of its employees “for an indefinite period.”
Seniors ‘terrified’ as COVID-19 rampages through Nevada nursing homes
COVID-19 cases and deaths have spiked sharply in nursing homes and assisted living centers, and now account for more than 16 percent of the state’s fatalities from the disease.
YMCA reopens free meal sites in Las Vegas Valley
The YMCA of Southern Nevada is reopening free meal sites through a partnership with the Clark County School District.
WSOP postponed in Las Vegas because of coronavirus pandemic
The World Series of Poker was scheduled for May 26 to July 15 at the Rio Convention Center. The WSOP said in a release that it hoped to hold the event in the fall.
Goodman ‘fine’ with Trump attitude toward business closures
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman said she is “totally fine” with President Trump’s attitude toward Gov. Steve Sisolak’s coronavirus-related business closures.
Emotional Wellness: How elementary students can handle anxiety
Social worker Niki Maloff provide tips for elementary school students handling anxiety, learning to cope and being afraid.
Local groups team up to donate masks during pandemic
Gym owner opens rental home to health care workers, and The District offers families a new, weekly virtual program.
Las Vegas businesses offer free car cleaning for health care workers
Summit Restoration is offering free cleaning and disinfecting of vehicles for health care workers and first responders.
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