Winds around 30 mph covered much of Las Vegas and the region Thursday morning as a cold front blew in. The forecast is for gusts into the 50s.
Las Vegas Justice Court is postponing many hearings until next year because of a rising number of COVID-19 cases, but in-person hearings will continue for evictions.
The city’s municipal court announced Wednesday that hearings scheduled from Nov. 30 to Dec. 31 will be pushed back five weeks.
Las Vegas-based Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop partnered with the rescue mission to provide enough hot meals for more than 500 people on Wednesday.
Thanks to a donation drive by an indoor dog park in Las Vegas, several dogs will feast on a Thanksgiving meal filled with all of the holiday’s staples.
The closures, a result of directives by Gov. Steve Sisolak and the Nevada System of Higher Education, will begin this week.
The city said it will offer free on-street meter parking in the Fremont East District on Saturday. It noted that street parking is always free in the Arts District.
During a 10-hour meeting, the school board this week decided to switch to full-time distance learning for middle and high schools Dec. 2.
Nevada health officials say they are trying to reduce the density of people in any environment, balancing policy and political considerations along with data.
Four police K-9 handlers have filed a lawsuit against the Metropolitan Police Department and the state retirement system, contending their compensation does not match the time it takes to care for and supervise police service dogs.
Winds on Thanksgiving Day and Friday could be dangerous on area waterways, according to the National Weather Service.
The newly reported cases, which have been compiled since Nov. 16, are from the counties of Carson City, Douglas, Lyon and Storey.
The Clark County School District is asking parents, students and staff to complete its annual Districtwide Parent/Guardian Survey.