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St. Louis Cardinals get 1B Paul Goldschmidt from Diamondbacks

The St. Louis Cardinals struck gold in their search for a big hitter, acquiring slugging first baseman Paul Goldschmidt in a blockbuster trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday.

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First Knight gets unexpected call to the NHL roster

Reid Duke, the first player to ever sign with the Golden Knights, was called up from the AHL in the middle of the night and could make his NHL debut as soon as Thursday.

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Lawsuit filed against Las Vegas-based Allegiant for safety record

The lawsuit also says the company’s actions “have exposed Allegiant to hundreds of millions of dollars in potential liability for violations of state and federal law.”

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Man sentenced in retrial in killing of 22-year-old Las Vegas woman

A man convicted at a retrial for his role in the death of a 22-year-old Las Vegas woman was ordered Wednesday to serve 40 years to life in prison.

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NFR mobile app streamlines experience for fans

The mobile app is now in its eighth version, relaunched in October with new and enhanced features to help fans streamline the 10-day experience.

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2 Las Vegas schools receive national recognition for academics

Gehring Elementary and Bracken STEAM Academy were classified as National Elementary and Secondary Education Act Distinguished Schools by the National Association of ESEA State Program Administrators.

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Las Vegas woman’s child found safe in Tennessee

A Las Vegas woman’s frantic weekslong search for her daughter ended Monday, nearly 2,000 miles from home.

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Tesla’s Nevada Gigafactory ahead of economic impact expectations

Tesla’s investment has “permanently changed the economic landscape of the area,” serving as a catalyst for additional development and increasing the demand for housing, retail and other services by bringing in new workers.

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