Top commercial and residential water users in Las Vegas metro area listed as Feds declare water shortage and continue predictions of lower levels at Lake Mead.
Policy, politics and progressive commentary The Department of Motor Vehicles has identified more than 33,000 records of people potentially eligible to have their driver’s license reinstated by a state law that goes into effect Friday. Sean Sever, deputy administrator for the DMV, said the plan is to review all records by the end of the year and that people shouldn’t […] The post DMV reviewing 33K records to determine driver’s license reinstatement eligibility appeared first on Nevada Current.
Clark County on Monday reported 1,145 new coronavirus cases and 20 deaths over the preceding three days as all four key COVID-19 metrics continued their recent declines. Updated figures posted by the health district pushed totals for the county to to 318,665 cases and 5,579 deaths. New cases in the...
Smoke and haze from California wildfires will be in the Las Vegas sky through at least Tuesday, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast. “It will begin to creep in from the west around early Monday afternoon,” said meteorologist Dan Berc. “Monday will be the worst of it and on Tuesday there will be some smoke lingering around, but not as bad as Monday night.”
Clark County will host a 1 October Anniversary Exhibit starting Tuesday through Oct. 7
LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Clark County has hit a milestone with 70 percent of people 12 and older receiving at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. 70 percent was the original goal the county set in order to reopen businesses by June 1st before that goal was lowered. “This...
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Clark County has issued a smoke advisory through Tuesday, Sept. 28 due to California wildfire smoke. The Department of Environment and Sustainability said smoke from California wildfires continues to drift into Clark County, "resulting in hazy skies and periods of increased levels of PM2.5 (fine particles)."
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- With the fourth anniversary of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting this Friday, the Clark County Government Center is hosting an exhibit in memory of the victims. The exhibit on display in the rotunda includes quilts, artwork and a display of angels. Tennille Pereria with the...
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — The Clark County Department of Environment and Sustainability (DES) has issued a smoke advisory for the area through Tuesday, September 28. As California wildfires continue to burn, smoke will drift into the county causing hazy skies and increased levels of air particles. These pollutants may cause...
Local public art remembering the victims and survivors of the Route 91 Harvest festival mass shooting four years ago will be on display starting Monday in the Clark County Government Center. The 1 October Anniversary Exhibit, in the rotunda gallery on the center’s first floor, will include The Art of...
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Clark County announced Monday it has reached a key milestone as other important metrics to track COVID-19 transmission indicate Southern Nevada may be turning a corner in the pandemic. More than 70% of residents 12 and older living in Clark County have received at least one dose of the COVID-19...
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — This year marks the fourth anniversary of 1 October. Clark County will host a 1 October Anniversary Exhibit today through Thursday, Oct. 7, in the Rotunda Gallery, located on the first floor of the Clark County Government Center, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway in downtown Las Vegas.
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Nevada passed the latest in a year-and-a-half’s worth of grim milestones on Friday as the state’s COVID-19 death toll surpassed 7,000. The report by the state Department of Health and Human Services served as a stark reminder that while all four of the state’s major disease-tracking metrics have been trending lower in recent weeks — particularly in Clark County — a lot of Nevadans are still dying from the new coronavirus.
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Nevada’s death toll from COVID-19 surpassed 7,000 on Friday as most Clark County metrics for the disease caused by the new coronavirus continued to show improvement. The Southern Nevada Health District reported 564 new COVID-19 cases and 14 additional deaths over the preceding day, raising totals in the county to 317,520 coronavirus cases and 5,559 deaths.