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Inmates say Jean escapee feared COVID-19 in prison

The Nevada Department of Corrections is not commenting on the escape of an inmate Tuesday night from the Jean Conservation Camp, a minimum-security facility...
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Not law yet, but lawmakers announce $2 trillion coronavirus response deal

U.S. Senate leaders announced a compromise with the White House on a massive $2 trillion spending package that would send checks to Americans and...

Good public service announcement but here’s an idea for a better one

All Nevada's living former governors, practicing what the state called "aggressive social distancing protocols," recorded a public service announcement from their homes to tell...
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Nevada small businesses sue China for ‘misleading’ world regarding coronavirus

Las Vegas attorney Robert Eglet is suing the Chinese government in a class-action suit on behalf of small businesses, claiming the nation concealed the...
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Nevadans are pretty good at social distancing, new analysis shows

Nevadans are staying home.That’s the conclusion one company specializing in “human mobility insight” has come to after analyzing location data from millions of Americans...

Domestic violence victims can apply for protective orders by phone

Domestic violence victims can apply to get a Temporary Protective Order (TPO) by phone under a program launched by the Legal Aid Center of...
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Sisolak taps MGM CEO to run “response, relief & recovery” task force

While Democrats in Washington complain that economic relief legislation is too favorable to corporations at the expense of workers, Gov. Steve Sisolak Sunday announced...

Americans stocking up on cannabis as advocates work to ensure medical supply

Medical marijuana cardholders, who suffer from a variety of maladies, are lining up at dispensaries throughout Nevada to ensure having cannabis on hand while...

Metro: Quit calling us about open nonessential businesses

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police wants you to stop reporting all those businesses you think should be closed because they are nonessential.With the exception...

State launches COVID-19 case data web page

As of Thursday morning, 1,721 people in Nevada had been tested for COVID-19 (some more than once), 95 had tested positive, and one death...


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