In The News

Las Vegas Review Journal
Sep. 18, 2020

More than 1 in 4 Clark County residents who tested positive for COVID-19 over the past month told disease investigators they had visited a resort, hotel or motel, the state revealed Thursday.

Well and Good
Sep. 18, 2020

An unpublished press release from the United States Postal Service details an early plan to distribute 650 million face masks beginning in April. The plan, blocked by the Trump administration, would have provided five reusable cotton face masks to every American household. Orleans and Jefferson parishes in Louisiana would have been the first areas to receive face coverings, with deliveries then going to King County, Washington; Wayne County, Michigan; and New York, reports the Washington Post.

Healthline
Sep. 18, 2020

As the search continues for a safe and effective vaccine against the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, that causes COVID-19, 3 experts have weighed in on a question that has been on many parents’ minds: Will schools make any future vaccine mandatory for children?

The Nevada Independent
Sep. 18, 2020

This week on IndyMatters, reporter Megan Messerly has another COVID-19 update for the listeners before she gives a rundown on how the race for the presidency is shaping up in Nevada, especially after visits last week from both President Donald Trump and Democratic Vice Presidential Nominee Kamala Harris. After that reporter Michelle Rindels talked with director of the UNLV Immigration Law Clinic Michael Kagan about a court decision on temporary protected status for immigrants in the US. At the end of the show Michelle and host Joey Lovato give listeners a short preview of what to expect from IndyFest, the upcoming virtual conference we are putting on!

KSNV-TV: News 3
Sep. 17, 2020

In the history of Las Vegas few things have had the impact on our famous Strip quite like the coronavirus.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Sep. 17, 2020

California Sen. and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris was in Las Vegas on Tuesday evening for a conversation with Latino leaders, advocates and workers focused on the effects of COVID-19 on working Latino families.

El Tiempo
Sep. 17, 2020

California Senator and Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris was in Las Vegas Tuesday night for a conversation with Latino leaders, advocates, and workers focused on the effects of COVID-19 on Latino working families.

Las Vegas Sun
Sep. 15, 2020

The day after President Donald Trump’s largely maskless, packed Henderson rally, medical experts have weighed in, and their prognosis is not good.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Sep. 15, 2020

Six months ago, the Strip was just a plane ride away for people seeking top-notch shows, sports, concerts and expos.

The Nevada Independent
Sep. 14, 2020

Smoke-filled air settling over northwest Nevada because of raging wildfires has created a yo-yo effect for the Washoe County School District.