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Many parks near Las Vegas remain open despite government shutdown

Despite staff limitations resulting from the ongoing government shutdown, many regional national parks and recreation areas are expected to remain open at least through the weekend.

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Judge tosses ex-Henderson police chief’s suit against city officials

A federal judge on Thursday tossed out former Henderson Police Chief Patrick Moers’ lawsuit against Mayor Debra March and other current and former city employees.

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Circa is Las Vegas pioneer Derek Stevens’ chosen title — VIDEO

Derek Stevens is a Las Vegas pioneer of today. It’s a role he so relishes and accepts that the announcement of the name of his new Fremont Street resort, Circa, was peppered with references to the pioneers of the past.

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Derek Stevens reveals Circa hotel-casino in downtown Las Vegas — VIDEO

It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody that the sportsbook for Circa — the newly named integrated resort coming to downtown Las Vegas — will be a prime spot.

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Trump tries to make government shutdown ‘painless as possible’ – ANALYSIS

As Democrats frame the partial government shutdown as causing unnecessary pain and uncertainty on federal workers, the White House is on a mission to make it appear as painless as possible for the American public.

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Suspect in Las Vegas manicurist’s death ID’d through car evidence

The woman suspected of killing a Las Vegas nail salon employee in December was identified after she purchased a vehicle engine the same day, according to her arrest warrant.

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CES 2019: Gadgets do more so you can do less — VIDEO

There’s never been a better time to be lazy. For instance, take the DrinkShift, a smart refrigerator designed to make sure you never run out of cold beer.

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CES 2019: What’s the future like? Ask Alexa — VIDEO

This week has showcased everything from intelligent toilets to dog treat flingers that work with Amazon’s voice activation.

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No DMV appointments in Las Vegas Valley til new system is rolled out

The appointment service was suspended as of Jan. 1 in order for the DMV to transition to a new lobby management system, which has yet to be put into place statewide. A spokesman couldn’t say when the service might resume.

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Las Vegas football contest winner learned early about betting

Using the alias Monsterloc, San Francisco native Rich Velez went 81-36-2 (69.2 percent) against the spread to win the Golden Nugget’s inaugural Ultimate Football Challenge.

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‘Blue Bucket Bandit’ sought by Las Vegas police in thefts

Finding a man who stands on a blue bucket to steal surveillance cameras from Las Vegas Valley homes is proving to be a tall task.

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Andy Murray says Australian Open could be his last tournament

A tearful Andy Murray says the Australian Open could be his last tournament because of a hip injury that has hampered him for almost two years.

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CES 2019: Bracelet by MIT scientists regulates body temperature — VIDEO

The Embr Wave, a bracelet that cools and warms temperature-sensitive skin on wearers’ wrists to help them feel five degrees cooler or warmer, was on display at the 2019 CES convention. The product sells online in the U.S. and Canada for $299.

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CES 2019: Some of the more dubious inventions on display — VIDEO

Did Hair in a Can teach us nothing? Have we already forgotten the painful lessons of the Shake Weight, pet rocks, Smell-o-Vision and the Shoe Umbrella?

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CES 2019: Golf, an old-fashioned sport, sees technology wave

The old-fashioned sport had more products on display than most other activities at CES in Las Vegas this week.

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The Ladder: Las Vegas real estate company lands new vice president of construction

Tim Lockett will oversee the construction budget for each project, project and site managers, develop bid packages, plan construction schedules and ensure they are met in a timely manner, provide progress updates regarding budget and schedule and provide leadership to project teams.

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Coroner rules Las Vegas baby boy died of asphyxia

An infant died of asphyxia on Dec. 5, the day before he would have turned 5 months old, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.

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