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Lawsuit filed against AZ gun range pointed out safety concerns

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A shooting instructor was killed when a 9-year-old girl accidentally shot him with an Uzi she was shooting at the Bullets and Burgers gun range in Dolan Springs. More>>

NFL announces tough rules for domestic violence offenders

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National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell says the league was flat out got it wrong when it handed down punishment in a domestic violence case involving a player. Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was suspended two games for allegedly beating his now wife. More>>

Board seeks to delay UNLV stadium project

The board looking at the proposed UNLV stadium has agreed to ask to delay the project by two years.

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City council plans crackdown on "party houses"

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City leaders have planned to do a serious crackdown on “party houses” across the valley. More>>

Crews start flood control work on Mt. Charleston

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The Army Corps of Engineers has a team on the ground at Mt. Charleston surveying and preparing the area for the construction of a temporary berm and diversion channel. More>>

Middle school gets new life as turnaround school

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A Clark County School District middle school now has more money and support to focus on improving student achievement. School started four days ago, but Bailey Middle School officially reopened with a renewed energy as a turnaround school.
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Dozens of desert tortoise sterilized

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It might seem odd the desert tortoise, an endangered species, needs population control, but that's what wildlife experts are recommending. More>>

Nevada gaming win rises in July

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Nevada casinos won more than $931 million from gamblers in July, according to the Nevada Gaming Control Board. The July numbers represent a 0.65 percent increase from July 2013. More>>

Arrest made in bonfire that injured 7

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Clark County and Henderson fire investigators said they have made an arrest in connection to a bonfire in early June that left seven people burned.

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Animal Foundation at capacity, urges adoptions

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The Animal Foundation is taking in an alarming number of cats and dogs and urging the public to postpone bringing in unwanted pets until next week. More>>

Cirque du Soleil performer injured during "O" show

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A Cirque du Soleil artist was has been released from the hospital after getting hurt during a performance. More>>

Gun ranges eye own safety rules after instructor's Uzi death

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Video taken moments before a shooting instructor was shot and killed by a 9-year-old is raising questions: How could the accident have been prevented? And how common is it for someone so young to be able to control such a powerful weapon? More>>

Who pays what? Breaking down cost of new soccer stadium

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The Las Vegas City Council will consider moving forward on a new soccer stadium deal on Sept. 3 — yet there remains confusion on how much taxpayers would shell out for it. More>>

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