Donald Trump urged senior Justice Department officials to declare the 2020 election results “corrupt” in a December phone call, according to handwritten notes from one of the participants in the conversation.
Business owners woke up to a new requirement to wear face masks in indoor public spaces on Friday, raising questions about whether some situations were covered by the edict.
Recommending masks for everyone and requiring vaccines for doctors and other health care providers are among measures the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is considering.
The new order, which will apply in indoor public spaces in counties with substantial or high rates of transmission of COVID-19, including Clark County, takes effect Friday.
Mi Familia Vota’s canvassing effort the push by state and local governments, with support from the feds, to boost vaccination rates in communities where hesitancy is common.
The fourth “Vax Nevada Days” raffle took place at Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno.
Federal and Clark County officials hold a “ride-along” in a mobile laboratory as they study Southern Nevada air quality.
For the second day in a row, Nevada on Thursday reported the highest one-day increase in new coronavirus cases in more than six months.
Federal workers will be required to attest they’ve been vaccinated against the coronavirus or else face mandatory masking, weekly testing, distancing and other new rules.
The Department of Corrections has been taking up to half of the money families send prisoners for basic supplies even after new legislation intended to cap such deductions.
The governors of California and Nevada say they need more resources to fight forest fires made all the worse by drought and heat.
Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom is proposing using federal coronavirus relief funds to give $100 to every person who gets vaccinated, the latest incentive to be offered in Nevada.
An estimated 9.6 percent of the Las Vegas area’s workforce was unemployed last month, compared with 6.1 percent nationally.
The data posted by the Department of Health and Human Services raised the state’s totals to 353,746 cases and 5,874 deaths.
District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez, who served on the bench for 17 years, has submitted her resignation effective later this year.