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Top Las Vegas news: Police investigate homicide; casinos to reopen with restrictions; more

Top Las Vegas news: Police investigate homicide; casinos to reopen with restrictions; more
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By Hoodline - Published on May 26, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Las Vegas.

Homeless remain a blind spot in Clark County’s COVID-19 picture

While testing for COVID-19 is becoming available to more Clark County residents, testing of homeless people remains haphazard even though they are at high risk from the disease.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Police investigating homicide in central valley

Las Vegas police were investigating a homicide Monday night in the central valley. Police responded to an apartment complex on the 1700 block of East Reno Avenue, near Tropicana Avenue and Spencer Street, at about 9 p.m. .

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Motorcycle parade honors veterans at senior home

Hundreds of motorcyclists rode through the parking lot of an assisted-living home on Monday afternoon in a parade to honor veterans on Memorial Day.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Skye Canyon hosts Memorial Day car parade 

If not for the 6 feet of space between families at Skye Canyon’s inaugural Patriotic Car Parade on Monday, it would have seemed the same as any other Memorial Day celebration.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Las Vegas to reopen casinos — with restrictions

Las Vegas is set to reopen casinos on June 4, but guests should not expect a return to business as usual. “You’re going to see a lot of social distancing,” said Sean McBurney, general manager at Caesars Palace. “If there’s crowding, it’s every employee’s responsibility to ensure there’s social distancing.”

Read the full story on Fox 11.


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