A Las Vegas woman said she’s struggling to get the hydroxychloroquine she needs as its use becomes prevalent amid the pandemic.
A former Marine intelligence officer weighed in on Nevada's activation of the National Guard, reaffirming that the state is not under “martial law” despite rumors circulating online.
A Las Vegas man looking to gain social media notoriety filmed himself pretending to suffer from COVID-19 symptoms at a valley Walmart. He was quickly arrested for the prank.
Independent contractors in Las Vegas say they're struggling to file for unemployment.
Doctors and medical students from Touro University are screening hundreds of people for COVID-19 at a makeshift shelter at Cashman Center.
A Las Vegas nonprofit said they’ve seen an increase in domestic violence in the valley amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Staff at a Lutheran Social Services in Las Vegas told FOX5 the ripple effect of coronavirus seems to be driving more families towards their services.
A Catholic school in Las Vegas is facing an uncertain future after its billionaire backer pulled funding.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department showed off some of the modern technology they’re using to stay one step ahead of valley criminals.
Four more people died of the flu in Clark County from Feb. 16-22, bringing the seasonal total to 35 deaths so far this season.