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Top Las Vegas news: Resorts booking rooms despite shutdown extension; LAS closes concourses; more

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Las Vegas resorts already booking rooms despite shutdown being extended 2 weeks

Nevada has extended its sweeping COVID-19 closure, keeping the Vegas Strip – the state's central economic engine – shut down an extra two weeks, through April 30.

Read the full story on USA TODAY.

Clark County School District worker tests positive for COVID-19

A member of the Clark County School District transportation department has tested positive for coronavirus, according to an email sent to district transportation staff Wednesday.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Upscale Italian restaurant Limoncello starts a program to feed first responders through donations

Feed the Frontlines takes donations and deliver meals to hospitals and more.

Read the full story on Eater Las Vegas.

Police: 1 killed, 1 critically wounded in Las Vegas shooting

One man is dead and another was critically wounded in a shooting stemming from a fight in an apartment building late Tuesday night, police in Las Vegas said.

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

McCarran closes concourses as air traffic dwindles

Some concourses at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas will close amid the decline of passenger activity due to COVID-19, officials announced Wednesday.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Weekly.

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