by Anjeanette Damon, by ProPlubica and The Nevada Independent, May 16, 2022 Last winter’s sports season had just begun, and the epidemiology staff at Nevada’s second-largest health district were … [Read more...] about A politically connected testing company had contracts across Nevada. Its tests didn’t work.
by Subrina Hudson, Las Vegas Review-Journal, May 18, 2022 As sticker shock continues at the grocery store and gas station, rising rents also are taking a toll on the bank accounts of many Southern … [Read more...] about Las Vegas area facing fast-rising rents, ranks No. 2
by McKenna Ross, Las Vegas Review-Journal, May 13, 2022 They make calls to pediatricians’ offices, government agencies and nonprofits in search of infant formula. They check several stores in a … [Read more...] about Vegas parents worry as baby formula shortage leaves shelves nearly empty
by Colton Lochhead, Las Vegas Review-Journal, April 27, 2022 As Lake Mead’s water level continues to fall amid the worsening drought, Southern Nevada water managers are revving up their newest … [Read more...] about New pumps activated as Lake Mead levels keep falling
Well over half the U.S. population has been infected with the coronavirus at some point, according to a nationwide study of blood samples, the latest evidence of COVID-19’s far-reaching impact. As of … [Read more...] about Majority of Americans show signs of prior COVID infection