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A 65-year-old former health care provider in Las Vegas was sentenced Monday for her role in a fraud scheme in which she submitted false claims to Nevada Medicaid.

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Clark County School District police are investigating a threat made against Chapparal High School on Sunday night.

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The Las Vegas Ballpark and Aviators baseball team are hiring for the upcoming season.

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Heart reunites for Las Vegas show with Joan Jett

The reunited Heart is bringing its “Love Alive” U.S. tour to Pearl Theater at the Palms, with the ever-rocking Joan Jett opening.

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Las Vegas woman asks for help to recover cherished photos

Peggy Thompson didn’t think twice when she donated some old video cameras last August to the Salvation Army on Flamingo Road and Durango Drive.

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Las Vegas couple wins $30K on ‘Millionaire’ game show

“Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” kicked off its Lucky in Love week, featuring couples who met in Las Vegas, by sending valley residents Lorraine and Blake Calcote home with $30,000.

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80-year-old driver who died in Boulder Highway crash identified

An 80-year-old Las Vegas woman who died Friday in a crash has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.

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Woman in wheelchair hit, killed by bus in North Las Vegas ID’d

The Clark County coroner has identified a woman who was struck and killed by a bus Saturday night while riding her motorized wheelchair in North Las Vegas.

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Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren to visit Las Vegas

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren has scheduled a campaign stop in Las Vegas on Sunday.

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Zappos joins 2019 Las Vegas Film Festival

Zappos is a presenting sponsor for the eight-day event, set for April 28-May 5 at venues in downtown Las Vegas and also Brenden Theatres at the Palms.

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Three people who Las Vegas detectives suspect are responsible for a string of robberies in the valley were taken into custody Sunday evening following an armed heist.

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An adult driver died early Monday after suffering an apparent “medical episode” and crashing a vehicle in the western Las Vegas Valley.

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Las Vegas Valley winter surprise comes, goes, leaves cold temps

While the snow and wind, mostly in Summerlin and the northwest portions of the valley made for a nice wintry postcard and some nervous driving, it failed to stick around for very long.

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While the snow and wind, mostly in Summerlin and the northwest portions of the valley made for a nice wintry postcard and some nervous driving, it failed to stick around for very long.

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Disappearance of North Las Vegas boy in 1986 might be resolved

Questions surrounding the disappearance of 3-year-old Francillon Pierre, who vanished in 1986, finally might be answered on Monday.

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Las Vegas police looking for woman in armed robbery of store

Two people used a gun and demanded cash from a convenience store clerk on Friday on the 4800 block of West Tropicana Avenue, near South Decatur Boulevard, a police release said.

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Illinois man wins National Handicapping Championship in Las Vegas

Richard “Scott” Coles, 34, of Graylakes, Illinois, captured the $800,000 first prize in the three-day horse racing tournament at Treasure Island in Las Vegas.

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Top Las Vegas rebounder Journie Augmon leads Liberty to playoffs

Journie Augmon, now in her sixth year of competitive basketball, is averaging 9.5 points, an area-best 12.3 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game for the Patriots, who breezed through Southeast League play without a loss to earn a double bye in the Desert Region tournament.

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