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14-Year-Old Boy Begs Porch Pirate To Return His Stolen Cancer Medication

A Nevada family is begging a thief to return the extremely valuable package he swiped from their porch. Gage Haynes’ (above, insert) health is at serious risk after a porch pirate stole a package that contained the 14-year-old’s Rydapt pills — medication he was taking to help fight his...

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Calvary Chapel hit with NIAA sanctions for ineligible players

The Lions boys and girls teams forfeited 11 league games each on Tuesday after the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association determined the school used ineligible players.

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Ford asks Nevada court for extension in background check lawsuit

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford on Tuesday filed in the state’s court highest for an extension on the Background Check Initiative.

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Survivors of a 2017 mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival spoke Tuesday in support of a Nevada bill to expand gun background checks to private gun sales and … Click to Continue »

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Oscar betting allowed in New Jersey but not Nevada

New Jersey is the first state in the U.S. to allow sportsbooks to accept wagers on the Oscars, taking after a common practice in Europe and giving American fans another option besides informal office pools.

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Burning Man CEO announces changes to ticket sales

The organizers of Burning Man are making “substantive” changes to the annual weeklong summer art festival in the Nevada desert.

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Survivors of a 2017 mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival spoke Tuesday in support of a Nevada bill to expand gun background checks to private gun sales and … Click to Continue »

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The Southern Nevada Health District will prioritize expanding services offered in rural Nevada through its mobile health unit, chief health officer Dr. Joseph Iser said in a presentation to the Assembly health and human services committee Monday.

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In Sierra Nevada, atmospheric river storm creates ‘chaotic forecast’

A potent 'atmospheric river' approaching California on Tuesday morning is creating a "chaotic forecast" for meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Reno who are working to determine impacts from the storm, including snow levels.

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Nevada Republicans seek to tighten election rules

A series of Republican-sponsored bills seeks to tighten rules on elected officials running for another office and for minor party office seekers who switch parties to run.

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Police: Torn letters key to 1986 killing of boy in Nevada

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) " Piecing together torn-up jailhouse letters found in dormant files involving the 1986 disappearance of a 3-year-old boy in Nevada yielded a possible confession that led to the arrest of his mother in Florida on a murder warrant, authorities said Monday.North Las Vegas...

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Police: Torn letters key to 1986 killing of boy in Nevada

A 60-year-old woman who moved to Florida from the Las Vegas area a year after her 3-year-old mysteriously vanished more than 30 years ago has been arrested on a warrant charging her with killing the boy, authorities said Monday.

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Group lists Nevada on ‘Dirty Dozen’ of sexual exploitation

A national organization that calls out corporations and other U.S. institutions for fostering sexual exploitation took the unusual step Monday of naming Nevada as one of America’s top promoters of sex trafficking.

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The Latest: Police: Torn letters key to 1986 killing of boy

The Latest on the arrest of a 60-year-old Florida woman accused of killing her 3-year-old son and reporting the boy missing while living in the Las Vegas area in 1986 (all times local): 5:45 p.m. Police in Nevada say piecing together torn-up jailhouse letters yielded a possible confession that led...

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State wants more control over Nevada teacher licensing

The Clark and Washoe county school districts voiced opposition on Monday to a Senate bill that would establish a license for paraprofessionals and transfer the authority to revoke or suspend a teaching license to the Commission on Professional Standards in Education.

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Police: Torn letters key to 1986 killing of boy in Nevada

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) " Piecing together torn-up jailhouse letters found in dormant files involving the 1986 disappearance of a 3-year-old boy in Nevada yielded a possible confession that led to the arrest of his mother in Florida on a murder warrant, authorities said Monday.North Las Vegas...

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First new Southern Nevada community bank in a decade forming

Lexicon Bank is raising capital to become the first new community bank in Southern Nevada in a decade.

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