Gov. Steve Sisolak said Monday that he does not plan to take back the $8.9 million in coronavirus relief that Nevada allocated to Douglas County, despite local officials agreeing to welcome President Donald Trump for a campaign rally in defiance of state pandemic directives.
No Mask Nevada hosted a rally in front of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s southwest Las Vegas home on Monday afternoon to protest his mandate on face coverings.
The state of Nevada reported 232 new cases of COVID-19 Monday morning and no new deaths, continuing a downward trend.
A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit filed by President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign that sought to invalidate parts of a new elections law approved by the Legislature in a special session this year.
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The Nevada Commission on School Funding this week will begin delving into the question of how much should the state spend on each of its K-12 students and where that money could come from.
National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, but the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed some of the usual events online as the Nov. 3 general election draws closer.
The virtual event Thursday included guest panelists who delved into what’s happening nationally with conversations about statues and other historical markers.
Southern Nevada faces a $342 million annual shortfall to effectively tackle a homelessness crisis that regional officials continue to fear will be worsened by the coronavirus pandemic.
The state’s COVID task force has voted to allow bars and taverns to reopen in Las Vegas and Clark County.
Figures posted by the Department of Health and Human Services raised the case total for the state to 74,595, while fatalities increased the death toll to 1,506.
Bars in Washoe County can reopen Wednesday at 11:59 p.m., following announcement of the reopening plan last week.
Gov. Steve Sisolak said he was “disappointed that Douglas County chose to allow the venue to host the event and go against the directives” and the county’s federal coronavirus pandemic aid allotment was being reviewed.