Top Las Vegas news: Mayor pleads, 'Open our city'; new unemployment call center opens; more

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

Las Vegas mayor pleads, ‘Open our city. Being closed is killing us.’

Las Vegas is withering with tourists staying home and conventions and businesses closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and needs to reopen before it dies, the city's outspoken mayor said Wednesday.

Read the full story on NBC LA.

New unemployment insurance call center opens

The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation has announced the opening today of a new unemployment insurance call center.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Weekly.

Las Vegas City Council OKs more funds for Cashman isolation complex

The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday approved more than $254,000 in emergency services purchases for the quarantine facility for the homeless at Cashman Center.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Coroner IDs man killed in I-15 rollover crash in Las Vegas

Authorities on Wednesday identified the man killed Monday night in a rollover crash on Interstate 15 in northeast Las Vegas.

Read the full story on Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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