Families across the Las Vegas valley are putting pressure on the Clark County School District to get things back to normal for their kids. Including allowing juniors and seniors to participate in extracurricular activities like sports.
Las Vegas housing prices held steady in January at a median of $345,000, which broke the record in November and remained unchanged in December.
It’s the vaccines right now getting all the attention. That’s what happens when demand far outstrips supply. Its most recent numbers show 214,749 doses have been put into arms in Clark County: 41% to whites, 11% to Asians, 10% to Hispanics and 6% to African-Americans.
The statewide pause, instituting certain COVID-19 related restrictions, is set to run through February 15, 2021. The most notable of those restrictions, most businesses are operating at 25% capacity.
00:00 – Families pressure CCSD
02:11 – Las Vegas housing market
04:27 – Vaccine equity, data coming
06:33 – Local business owners hopeful capacity restrictions will change next week
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