Bailey Schulzand Briana Erickson, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Bailey Schulzand Briana Erickson

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Recent articles by Bailey:

Hepatitis A outbreak is over, Clark County officials say

After a year, the hepatitis A outbreak in Clark County is over, the Southern Nevada Health District announced Friday. → Read More

Nellis Air Force Base remains in Phase 3 of reopening plan

Officials said Monday that the base has not been able to sustain the milestones necessary to move to Phase Four for at least two weeks. → Read More

Henderson native stationed in Spain has Father’s Day tale for the ages

It involves an overseas posting, a COVID-19 diagnosis and the “patient” delivering his third baby on a sofa in his family’s 1,200-square-foot apartment in Spain. → Read More

Police brutality rally briefly halted when protester passes out on Strip

Marchers shouted for someone to call 911 after a protester passed out in the middle of Las Vegas Boulevard. → Read More

Telephonic town hall to focus on COVID-19 fraud schemes

A statewide telephonic town hall on Tuesday will discuss fraud schemes related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event is hosted by AARP Nevada. → Read More

Las Vegas police ‘reviewing actions’ after arrests of protest observers

Las Vegas police said they are “reviewing actions taken by both protesters and law enforcement” after several legal observers were arrested at a protest against police brutality on the Strip last weekend. → Read More

Nellis Air Force Base welcomes new commander

With the passing of the guidon during a closed ceremony Thursday, Col. Todd Dyer assumed command of Nellis Air Force Base from Col. Cavan Craddock, Nellis officials announced. → Read More

An overwhelming anniversary for one of Las Vegas’ last D-Day survivors

Onofrio “NoNo” Zicari, 97, who stormed the beaches of Normandy, France, 76 years ago, reflects on this year’s anniversary amid upheaval in the U.S. → Read More

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 the homeless remains haphazard even though they are at high risk. → Read More

Memorial Day tradition carries on in Las Vegas amid pandemic

There are some recurring public Memorial Day events scheduled for Monday across the valley, but they have been scaled back. → Read More

This nursing home had COVID-19 patients who were not isolated. 7 died, 38 infected

Nevada health investigators designated Horizon Health and Rehabilitation in Las Vegas as one of four “high risk” nursing homes in the state. → Read More

Some Las Vegas Memorial Day observances absent, but others carry on

Tributes to fallen U.S. armed service members in the Las Vegas Valley on Memorial Day weekend will be different this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Isolation complex for homeless in Las Vegas sees trickle of patients

In the two-and-a-half weeks since the county and city of Las Vegas’ started operating the homeless ISO-Q (isolation/quarantine) complex at Cashman Center, 112 people have been treated. → Read More

Data show rapid spread of COVID-19 in Nevada nursing homes

Nevada has recorded 111 more COVID-19 cases and three more deaths from the disease in nursing homes, assisted living centers and other institutions since it unveiled a new tracking tool on Monday. → Read More

Thunderbirds to highlight Air Force Academy graduation in Colorado

Following a virtual graduation ceremony Saturday at the Air Force Academy, the Thunderbirds will recognize the Class of 2020 with a flyover in Colorado Springs. The squadron also will conduct flyovers to honor medical professionals and first responders. → Read More

8 employees at Boulder City veterans home test positive for COVID-19

Six residents of the Southern Nevada State Veterans Home previously tested positive. One resident, an 86-year-old Navy Korean War veteran, died March 28 from complications related to COVID-19 after he was admitted to a hospital. → Read More

Thunderbirds to soar above valley to honor those battling pandemic

The sky-high honor will begin at 2:30 p.m. and recognize first responders, health care professionals and other workers battling the coronavirus pandemic, Nellis Air Force Base officials said Friday. → Read More

Facebook group lets valley residents barter for what they need

In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, a Henderson woman realized that some people might have items other people needed, and vice versa, so she created the group on Facebook to set up a barter system. → Read More

Las Vegas WWII vet kept joking until his death from COVID-19

In his final days, Edward Turken, 96, serenaded his son over the phone with tunes like “Stayin’ Alive” and “California Dreamin’ ” from his bed in the ICU unit at Summerlin Hospital. → Read More

Evicted family finds shelter in small office space in Las Vegas

After getting laid off shortly after the coronavirus outbreak, a Las Vegas man and his family were evicted from their apartment. They found temporary shelter in a 200-square-foot office but finding a more suitable solution has been challenging. → Read More