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Call the black-and-white sticker bearing the “Vegas Strong” hash tag No. 2017.34M.7053 because, from now on, that’ll be the way it can be found in the Clark County Museum’s collection.

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Clark County school police officer accused of stealing from school

A Clark County School District police officer was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly stealing camera equipment from West Career and Technical Academy.

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Santa to make stop at Las Vegas fire station open house

The Clark County Fire Department is hosting a community open house noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at Fire Station 38, complete with a visit from Santa.

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Henderson constable indicted, faces 5 felony counts

A Clark County grand jury indicted Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell on five felony counts Thursday after a Las Vegas Review-Journal story questioned his spending of county money.

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Nye County deputies, sergeant on leave in ‘misconduct’ probe

The Nye County Sheriff’s Office said two of its deputies and a sergeant were placed on administrative leave after police were twice called to a home where two people were forcibly held in filthy conditions , but they did not help the pair.

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Camera equipment stolen from western Las Vegas high school

The Clark County School District Police Department is investigating the theft of camera equipment and potentially other items from West Career and Technical Academy in a burglary over the weekend.

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Dead brothel owner Dennis Hof’s replacement chosen for Assembly seat

The Nye County commission voted 4-1 to nominate Gregory Hafen II, who was also selected this week by the commissions of Lincoln and Clark counties, to take the Nevada Assembly 36 seat won by Denis Hof, the brothel owner who died before Election Day.

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Affordable housing to be built on 110 acres in Las Vegas Valley

County Social Service Director Michael Pawlak said rising home prices and rental rates have sparked a renewed sense of urgency to develop affordable rental housing.

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