Despite stay-at-home orders, more people died on NV roadways this year than last year

Less people may have been on the roads in Nevada this year, but more of them died, according to a recent analysis. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports state Department of Public Safety data shows 305 people died on state roads, so far this year, compared to 304 deaths in all of last year. Agency spokesman Andrew Bennett says the deaths are attributed to speed, impairment, and not wearing a seatbelt.