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4 hrs ago | The Spectrum
Sheriff's candidate blames Bundy for standoff Larry Burns claims whole Cliven Bundy issues boils down to non-payment of grazing fees.
8 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun
An Ocean Spray worker died from injuries he suffered in an accident at the company's Henderson distribution center on Saturday.
11 hrs ago | KVBC-TV Las Vegas
The NWS says rainfall rates have been increasing in the Mt. Charleston area, leading to the "potential for catastrophic flooding in Rainbow Canyon."
12 hrs ago | KVBC-TV Las Vegas
The Clark County coroner has identified the woman killed early Sunday when her car hit the rear-end of a Republic Services truck that was stopped at a red light.
14 hrs ago | Hispanically Speaking
Across the United States, county after county continues to alter policies to limit compliance with immigration detainers because of constitutional concerns.
17 hrs ago | KLAS-TV Las Vegas
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department say they have arrested a person in the Bellagio Hotel robbery which took place Friday night.
Rain falls at Grimaldi's Pizzeria, 9595 S. Eastern Ave., as a thunderstorm rolls through the Las Vegas Valley on Sunday, July 27, 2014.
The NWS has extended flash flood warnings in central and western Clark County and southern Nye County until 7:30 p.m. Most areas of Las Vegas proper are rain free and the bulk of the rain has moved into California.
A flash flood warning has been issued for west central Clark County effective until 5:45 p.m. Sunday.
The federal fund that pays for construction on highways and interstates is drying up, and Congress has delayed a permanent fix.
Virginia Walden-Ford, leading school choice activist, talks about the benefits of school choice in Clark County Schools.
A Reno newspaper is asking Nevada's attorney general to investigate whether the Washoe County school board violated the open-meetings law earlier this week when it ousted school superintendent Pedro Martinez.
The warehouse that houses Clark County's election department may not have the lights and glitz of the nearby Las Vegas strip, but it is no less awe-inspiring.
Two of the 63 groups originally approved by the city have withdrawn their applications and only a few of the 61 remaining will make the final cut.
Nevada's legal brothels are struggling for survival, and a longtime advocate blames illegal prostitution in Clark and Washoe counties.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:06 pm
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