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A topping-off ceremony celebrated construction progress on the Las Vegas Ballpark, a new Triple-A baseball stadium under construction in downtown Summerlin.

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A ceremony Thursday honored 25 people killed by acts of domestic violence between July 1, 2017, and June 30.

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Shaquille O’Neal has revealed the full menu for his new restaurant Big Chicken, which is set to open at 4480 Paradise Roadnear the Hard Rock Hotel on Oct. 23.

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Dozens of students pepper-sprayed in fight at Las Vegas school

At least 45 students were affected Thursday when school police used pepper spray to break up a large fight at a central Las Vegas Valley high school.

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About 45 to 50 people were pepper sprayed Thursday when school police used the agent to break up a large racially motivated fight at a central Las Vegas Valley high school. Four students were arrested, police said.

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Coroner IDs 1-year-old found unresponsive in Las Vegas apartment

A 1-year-old Las Vegas boy who died Tuesday morning after he was found unresponsive inside a central valley apartment has been identified.

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Driver killed in northwest Las Vegas Valley crash identified

George Chomakos of Las Vegas was killed early Wednesday at Sun City and West Lake Mead boulevards, when he turned left at the intersection into the path of a Toyota 4Runner driven by a 17-year-old girl, police said.

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Researchers counted 187 of the inch-long, neon-blue fish during a population survey late last month in the water-filled cavern 90 miles west of Las Vegas that they call home.

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Believe it or not, there was a time when your live-music options around the Strip were mostly limited to lounges, old-school showrooms or arenas. The only thing resembling a middle ground was the cavernous 7,500-seat Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts.

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Live in-play wagering on Saturday night’s Lights-Sacramento match will be available in Nevada on the William Hill sports book mobile app.

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Look back at the weirdest celebrity moments at Las Vegas’ Hard Rock

Howard Stern likes to travel the way most people like to be audited by the IRS while waiting in line at the DMV. But that didn’t stop him from making an annual pilgrimage — along with his radio show, its cast and an assortment of Wack Packers — to the Hard Rock.

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Woman hospitalized after being struck by SUV in Las Vegas

Just before 9:30 a.m. several people called police to report that a woman was hit by an SUV on the 700 block of East St. Louis Street, near Las Vegas Boulevard South, Metropolitan Police Department spokesman Aden Ocampo Gomez said.

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Just before 9:30 a.m. several people called police to report that a woman was hit by an SUV on the 700 block of East St. Louis Street, near Las Vegas Boulevard South, Metropolitan Police Department spokesman Aden Ocampo Gomez said.

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Las Vegas police ask for help to find 2 who robbed gas station

Las Vegas police are searching for a masked man and a woman wearing sunglasses and a hoodie in connection with a robbery early Sunday morning at a central valley gas station.

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Rehab making final splash at Las Vegas’ Hard Rock

Rehab, the Hard Rock Hotel pool party that spawned the city’s dayclub culture and helped turn it into a $250 million-a-year phenomenon, is coming to an end this weekend after 15 years, hundreds of thousands of partygoers and no telling how many visits to the nearest health clinic.

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Some parts of the Las Vegas Valley could see isolated showers on Thursday, though rain is more likely to fall outside of the area.

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A police officer pulled an injured driver from a burning limousine early Thursday morning after it crashed into the officer’s vehicle near the Las Vegas Strip.

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Police vehicle, limousine collide near Las Vegas Strip

Westbound Flamingo Road is blocked from Las Vegas Boulevard South to Interstate 15 while Las Vegas police investigate a crash involving a limousine and a police vehicle.

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LeBron’s Lakers too much for Warriors in Las Vegas

LeBron James wowed fans watching the Los Angeles Lakers’ preseason game against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night at T-Mobile Arena, finishing with 15 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in the first half of a 123-113 victory over the Golden State Warriors.

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