State inspectors say they found one in four bars, businesses, gyms and salons in and around Las Vegas not complying with Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order for people to use face coverings in public places to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Tahoe organizations, UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center (TERC), and Raley’s in Incline Village started a partnership to help reduce plastic waste. Raley’s is selling Drink Tahoe Tap reusable water bottles. The goal is to encourage its customers to fill the bottles at Drink Tahoe Tap stations throughout the Tahoe Basin.
Lawyers for the state of Nevada say the 50-person cap placed on worship services due to the coronavirus doesn’t infringe on constitutional protections of religious freedom because it doesn’t target anyone’s ideology or opinion.
Artown will kick-off Wednesday for its 25th year, but will be different. Organizers said there’s more than 300 events this month and at least half of those will be a virtual experience because of the coronavirus.
Beyond disbelief is the overwhelming reaction from many people talking with KOLO 8 Evening Anchor Noah Bond about Gov. Sisolak's leadership over Nevada's Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation (DETR).
Unions representing 65,000 Las Vegas-area casino workers are suing resort operators, alleging that employees are being put at risk of illness and death because of skimpy safety measures during the coronavirus pandemic.