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Anti-poverty activist Bob Woodson believes that Hope for Prisoners, the Las Vegas program designed to help ex-inmates re-enter society, works because it was started by a former bank robber, Jon Ponder.

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To help fans track construction of the Las Vegas stadium, the Review-Journal has launched a 24-hour live feed of the site, looking south from the Panorama Towers condominium complex.

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* LAKE MEAD — Striper have been out at sunrise and sunset. Various swimbaits and threadfin shad are bringing in smallmouth and largemouth bass in the evening. Boulder Basin continues to be a hot spot, with anglers trolling through the Boulder Beach area. Smallmouth bass are still hitting, mostly...

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Discover Halloween parties, trick-or-treat events and haunted houses in Las Vegas and Henderson

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Bass fishing tournament director makes good call at windy Lake Mead

Billy Egan, tournament director for the WON Bass U.S. Open bass fishing tournament that ended Wednesday at Lake Mead, showed great judgment in canceling the first day when Lake Mead revealed its ugly, windy side.

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Review-Journal videos among finalists for annual EPPY Awards

Several Las Vegas Review-Journal journalists were selected from a pool of more than 300 entries as finalists for the annual EPPY Awards.

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Henderson homicide suspect captured after chase in California

A suspect in Sunday’s double homicide in Henderson led California law enforcement on a short chase before opening fire on several deputies early Wednesday, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.

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Golden Knights’ fourth line flashes offensive potential

The Knights’ trio of Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Ryan Reaves and William Carrier had more shots (6) between them Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena than the Buffalo Sabres top line (4).

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Nevada health insurance exchange ad campaign to target millennials

The Silver State Health Insurance Exchange ads will show young adults having accidents — like walking into a fountain while staring at a cell phone — and grappling with the financial consequences of being without insurance.

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Review-Journal panelists hear from several Nevada candidates

The Review-Journal’s bipartisan reader panel on Tuesday met with six candidates seeking federal, statewide and local offices in its final meeting before Election Day.

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Nevada Preps Challenge Picks — Week 10

Las Vegas Review-Journal staffers make their picks for Week 10 of the high school football season.

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Police say California teen baked grandfather’s ashes into cookies

A high school student mixed her cremated grandfather’s ashes into homemade sugar cookies and shared them with several classmates, police in Northern California said Wednesday.

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Adam Laxalt’s campaign manager allegedly assaulted after event

A man was arrested Wednesday night after an alleged physical altercation with the campaign manager of Republican gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt.

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Air Force: Thunderbirds pilot blacked out before fatal crash in Nevada

Maj. Stephen Del Bagno, 34, lost consciousness for about five seconds prior to crashing his F-16 on April 4 during training at the Nevada National Security Site outside Las Vegas, according to an investigation report released Tuesday.

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Florida man gets 40 years for planning to place bombs in Target stores

Authorities say the man offered a confidential source $10,000 to place homemade bombs disguised in food packaging on Target store shelves from Florida to New York.

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California zoo euthanizes its oldest resident, 47-year-old elephant

A California zoo had to euthanize one of its most beloved and oldest residents, a 47-year-old Asian elephant named Sujatha, officials said Wednesday.

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Hillary Clinton unharmed after crash in parking-garage

Hillary Clinton appears to have been unharmed when the Secret Service vehicle she was riding in was involved in a crash.

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