Since the pandemic started in March, more than 50,000 blood drives have been canceled. Amid surging disaster responses, the Red Cross also is seeking financial donations.
Alex Chhith joined the Review-Journal in November 2019. She covers North Las Vegas, Summerlin and Centennial Hills. She enjoys being out of the office and writing enterprise and hyperlocal stories. A big Vikings fan, Alex hails from the great state of Minnesota, where she previously wrote for several small newspapers.
Health officials reported another surge in new coronavirus cases Sunday morning.
Impairment and speed are not considered factors in the incident.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. announced it will invest $400,000 into community organizations that empower diverse groups in an effort to address systematic racism.
A man is in critical condition after he “slipped” out of handcuffs, ran away from officers and was struck by a vehicle Monday morning, according to Las Vegas police.
A man was arrested Saturday in connection with a Sept. 26 shooting near the Strip that involved a party bus.
Las Vegas police have identified the suspect arrested in connection with a shooting outside the MGM Grand on Friday night.
Health officials reported 1,177 new coronavirus cases and one death Sunday morning.
A man who was found with multiple gunshot wounds behind a Las Vegas business and later died was identified Monday by the Clark County coroner’s office.
A “male juvenile” was arrested in Saturday night’s shooting at the Adventuredome at Circus Circus that left four people hospitalized, according to Las Vegas police.
There are 1,276 new cases of the coronavirus, according to the state’s Department of Health and Human Services’ website.
Two groups protesting the presidential election ballot counting, one demanding the counting stop and the other saying all votes should be counted, gathered at election headquarters.
Police responded about 12:40 a.m. Oct. 28 to the 4100 block of Don Bonito Street, near East Flamingo Road and U.S. Highway 95.
The state’s positivity rate, which is calculated by the Review-Journal as the total cases divided by the number of people who have been tested since the start of the pandemic, rose by 0.02 percentage points on Sunday to reach 12.48 percent.