Nevada on Thursday reported 1,475 new coronavirus cases and 32 deaths as the state’s major COVID-19 metrics continued to provide mixed signals on the direction of the outbreak.
Lawmakers are expected to vote Tuesday on whether to declare COVID-19 misinformation a public health crisis.
Both groups within the Clark County Republican Party contend they are the rightful leaders of the party and are in charge of hosting the party’s regular meeting.
Changes will allow employees undergoing mandatory COVID-19 testing to be paid and for a stipend for special education teacher assistants. The school board will consider approval Sept. 23.
Nevada on Wednesday reported 1,046 new coronavirus cases and 26 deaths over the preceding day, but the two-week averages for both inched lower.
With a high volume of new cases, the Southern Nevada Health District prioritizes those involving school-age children.
The two-week daily average of new coronavirus cases jumped from 876 on Friday to 948 on Monday, even as the average number of deaths per day continued to decline.
The state reported 1,552 new coronavirus cases over the preceding day along with an increase in the two-week daily average from 859 to 876. It also reported 21 additional deaths.
Nevada Supreme Court justices heard arguments Thursday on whether prosecutors should be allowed to serve in the state Legislature without violating the constitution.
The Clark County School Board on Thursday approved an initial plan for spending more than $770 million in federal coronavirus relief money over the next three years.
Jenna Waltho, a county planning commissioner appointed by Michael Naft, is perhaps an unlikely challenger to Commissioner Justin Jones’ seat.
The state reported 1,115 new cases and 44 deaths, bringing official totals posted by the Department of Health and Human Services to 400,349 cases and 6,681 deaths.
Lower-income and minority communities are once again experiencing some of Southern Nevada’s fastest spread of COVID-19, data shows.
A District Court judge on Thursday overturned a previous court order that voided an election of a new leadership team for the Clark County GOP.
Key COVID-19 metrics add to mounting evidence that Clark County’s surge is waning at the same time the spread of the disease is accelerating in other parts of the state.