Clark County, Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and a handful of nonprofit organizations plan to continue their programs as schools consider moving to a hybrid model.
The Clark County Election Department released early voting numbers Monday morning.
Shorter lines were seen on the second day of voting in Clark County, but voters still turned out in robust numbers with some 17,000 casting ballots as of 3 p.m. Sunday,
More than 17,800 voters descended on the more than 30 early voting sites throughout Clark County as of 3 p.m. Saturday.
More than 17,800 people cast their ballots on the first day of early voting in Clark County as of Saturday afternoon, officials said.
Clark County hosted a virtual and in-person forum Monday to address the most pressing housing-related topics during the pandemic.
A new service by the Civil Law Self-Help Center allows Clark County tenants to file their response to an eviction notice electronically.
There were 716 new coronavirus cases reported in Nevada on Friday, along with nine additional deaths, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
Three Moapa Schools announced Friday that COVID-19 exposure has sent several individuals home with symptoms and one school will begin full-time distance learning Friday as a result.
Nevada saw its largest single-day increase in coronavirus-related deaths in more than a month on Wednesday, with 17 reported. State officials also reported 479 new cases of COVID-19
Nevada reported 487 additional coronavirus cases on Tuesday, along with 10 more deaths, state data shows.
Republican Michael Thomas cast himself as a target of the police union 20 years ago who sought to reveal serial wrongdoing in North Las Vegas.
The seven-day average of new cases rose to 559 on Monday. Nevada’s COVID-19 response director said he expects to see an increase in deaths by mid-November.
The Clark County School Board heard an update Thursday that included a breakdown of the district’s enrollment drop of 12,622 students by ethnicity.