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The $5 billion project would have included 100,000 mirrors and 10 towers that would have been able to store the sun’s energy and generate power after dark.

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The audit, conducted in February by Bolinger, Segars, Gilbert Moss, looked at the cooperative’s statements of income, comprehensive income, patronage capital and cash flow.

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She looked exactly how I remembered her from the first time I saw her nine years ago — the Notre Dame Cathedral. Our Lady of Paris, seemingly all alone on her own island in the middle of the Seine.

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A hotel guest struck it rich Sunday, hitting a $13.2 million Megabucks jackpot after just a couple of minutes of play on a machine at Sunset Station in Henderson.

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Newly announced presidential candidate Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., charted a decidedly moderate course Monday as he unveiled his candidacy to a town hall meeting of the UNLV Young Democrats.

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Former U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is quickly parlaying his time in President Donald Trump’s cabinet into a lucrative private career.

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New flight plans to improve air traffic in Las Vegas Valley

After multiple public meetings gauging Las Vegas Valley residents’ opinions on flight patterns around the area, aviation officials are one step closer to launching proposed improvements aimed at simplifying the aviation experience.

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Detroit-area Catholics permitted to eat muskrat during Lent

Detroit-area Roman Catholics have one more dining option during Lent than most other followers of the faith.

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CWNevada struggling to pay government, workers and creditors

The regulator shut the company’s North Las Vegas and downtown dispensaries Friday evening through May 2 after it suspended CWNevada’s registration and license.

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‘Game of Thrones’ season debut breaks HBO rating records

The first episode of the final season of “Game of Thrones” is a record-breaker for the series and HBO.

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College of Southern Nevada staffers learn mental health cues

College of Southern Nevada Counseling and Psychology Services launched a training program in March at its campuses for staffers to pick up on early warning signs of mental health problems in their classrooms and organizations.

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Longtime Phoenix Suns coach, John MacLeod, dies at 81

John MacLeod, the longtime NBA coach who led the Phoenix Suns to the 1976 NBA Finals, has died. He was 81.

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Evander Kane: ‘I think (Ryan Reaves) thinks it’s the WWE’

The Sharks forward unleashed on the Golden Knights bruiser in his first public comments since their fight at the end of Game 3 of the Western Conference quarterfinals.

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In Henderson, Southwest Gas warns about not calling 811

At the utility’s emergency response training facility in southwest Henderson, a gas leak was set off with a loud hiss, and a flame was brought forward. The gas ignited instantly, setting off a ball of fire as tall as the nearby model homes used to train local fire departments how to respond to gas...

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GAME DAY: Golden Knights can take commanding lead over Sharks

The Golden Knights look to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the Western Conference quarterfinals when they meet the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena.

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Woman falls off Arkansas cliff while posing for photo

Authorities say a 20-year-old South Dakota woman has died after falling off a cliff in northwestern Arkansas.

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Coroner ID’s Las Vegas man struck, killed while walking dog

Donald Lyle Mercer, 64, was hit about 5:10 a.m. Saturday while walking his dog on East Kimberly Avenue, near the Clark County Wetlands Park, police said. Both he and his dog died at the scene.

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Police: NM man made bomb threat to get girlfriend off work

A New Mexico man is facing charges after police say he made a bomb threat to a Family Dollar so his girlfriend could get off work.

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