LAS VEGAS -- The number of people in Clark County who have died from the flu now stands at 22, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
The district reports there have been 489 confirmed cases of influenza in the Las Vegas valley with 259 people requiring hospitalization.
The most prevalent strain of the flu this year is the H1N1 strain which caused problems in 2009.
Competitive eaters Miki Sudo and Joey Chestnut are in Las Vegas this week for the Hooters World Wide Wing Championship. Sudo and Chestnut discussed the competition on 8 News NOW Brighter Mornings.More>>