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Gov. Steve Sisolak says Nevada's gaming industry can reopen June 4 but will people actually come back?
Nevada’s two-month casino shutdown is over.
Governor Steve Sisolak gave the green light Tuesday allowing casinos to reopen on June 4.
The local paper in Mesquite closed in March, an economic victim of the pandemic.
The neon is still glowing. The marquees and hotel windows now display messages of hope.
A month ago, Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman blew up t
To help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, Nevadans have been isolating
Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, you could walk along the Freemont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas, and get your picture taken with an Elvis impersonator or maybe a Vegas showgirl.
Two years into the job, State Treasurer Zach Conine has seen the state’s finances go from boom to almost bust.
When the economy was roaring along, state coffers were full.
People are used to tweeted threats and insults from President Donald Trump. There are so many, lots of people simply shake their heads and move on.
They are going to start testing tens of thousands of casino workers for COVID-19. Casinos want to open in about two weeks.
So some people will get back to work.
But not everyone.
So far, Nevada's response to COVID-19 seems to be working. Governor Steve Sisolak issued his emergency order to close nonessential businesses back in March.