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Sep. 10, 2020

Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democrat Leader Chuck Schumer have slammed the new GOP coronavirus bill, saying that it is "headed nowhere." According to reports, the as-yet-unveiled bill will not include a provision for the second round of stimulus checks, which many have expressed disapproval over. In a joint statement shared by The Hill, Pelosi and Schumer said, "Senate Republicans appear dead-set on another bill which doesn't come close to addressing the problems and is headed nowhere."

KSNV-TV: News 3
Sep. 10, 2020

September is suicide prevention awareness month and mental health experts say the COVID-19 pandemic has left many anxious and on edge.

KSNV-TV: News 3
Sep. 10, 2020

September is suicide prevention awareness month and mental health experts say the COVID-19 pandemic has left many anxious and on edge.

Yahoo!
Sep. 9, 2020

At a school board meeting in Phoenix this month, parent after parent got up to speak, letting the tensions of a year of uncertainty spill out inside a musty auditorium at the Queen Creek Unified School District.

USA Today
Sep. 9, 2020

At a school board meeting in Phoenix this month, parent after parent got up to speak, letting the tensions of a year of uncertainty spill out inside a musty auditorium at the Queen Creek Unified School District.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now
Sep. 9, 2020

Nevada and Clark County reported low numbers of cases, tests and hospitalizations on the Labor Day holiday. Health officials will not know the holiday’s impact on COVID-19 data for a few weeks, as there is a delay in reporting cases, deaths and hospitalizations.

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
Sep. 9, 2020

It might seem early, but Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and health professionals are urging everyone to get a flu shot while the pandemic continues.

Nevada Humanities
Sep. 9, 2020

I ask my girlfriend how to write about what we’ve experienced on top of quarantine. She tells me that she doesn’t want to know, doesn’t want to be judged about the risks we took to receive comfort. She recognizes it’s important. It’s important to talk about how, amid quarantine and civil unrest, Black families have additional forms of grief exacerbated by quarantine and the civil unrest.

Las Vegas Review Journal
Sep. 8, 2020

As unemployment benefits and savings run dry, food banks are scrambling to help a growing number of people struggling to put meals on the table.

Las Vegas Sun
Sep. 8, 2020

The flu shot only protects against influenza, not COVID-19. But that’s still valuable as the flu season approaches and the coronavirus pandemic continues, according to health experts.