Photographer Trevor Bexon traveled around town to capture more images showing just how much coronavirus has changed how we are moving (or not moving at all) about the community. Places that would normally be littered with cars or filled with people going about their lives are vacant, sometimes even boarded up for security.
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The pandemic situation has dealt a hard blow to the international student community of the University of Nevada, Reno.
Health officials now say anyone in Washoe County can get tested for COVID-19 for free, regardless of whether they have symptoms.
Nevada is preparing to accelerate its COVID-19 contact tracing efforts and will hire some 250 workers and ramp up testing.
OPINION: When it comes to the pandemic, we’ve been guessing all along, but we’ve also gathered enough data to approach the problem rationally.
Pediatric vaccinations for preventable diseases such as measles, meningitis and whooping cough have decreased nationally this year, likely as a result of stay-at-home orders.
Nevada will enter phase 2 of Sisolak’s reopening plan on May 29, which will allow a significant number of businesses to reopen with restrictions, as well as…
Recientemente, Tu Casa Latina comenzó a celebrar “cafecitos” quincenales. Se trata de eventos en directo en Facebook a través de los cuales la organización proporciona recursos e…
Small business owners across Nevada convened virtually to talk about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and how long they estimate recovery will take.
The City of Reno is allowing restaurants and retailers to operate outside in their parking lots to allow more social distancing and increase business during the COVID-19…
Grassroots Books took to Facebook after several of their employees were harassed over the bookstore’s mask policy on May 21.