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By Amna Nawaz, Tyriana Evans, Saher Khan
It's been five years since carnage and death sent his family running into the night, leaving them separated and terrified as a gunman rained bullets into an outdoor country music festival crowd on the Las Vegas Strip.
By Lindsay Whitehurst, Ken Ritter, Associated Press
In our news wrap Tuesday, New York City is lifting its vaccine mandate for private sector workers as of November 1, federal authorities in Minnesota charged 47 people in a fraud scheme taking advantage of pandemic relief funds and the…
The Las Vegas-area elected official was arrested Wednesday as the suspect in the fatal stabbing of the veteran newspaper reporter whose investigations of the official's work preceded his primary loss in June.
Stories about long-departed Las Vegas organized crime figures are surfacing after a second set of unidentified human remains were revealed as the water level falls on drought-stricken Lake Mead. The reservoir on the Colorado River is about a 30-minute drive…
By Ken Ritter, Associated Press
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Adele has postponed a 24-date Las Vegas residency hours before it was to start, citing delivery delays and coronavirus illness in her crew. The chart-topping British singer said she was “gutted” and promised to reschedule the shows.
By Sam Metz, Associated Press
The measure signed Friday will ban water users in southern Nevada from planting decorative grass so they conserve water. The grass ban starting in 2027 applies to office parks, entrances to housing developments and street medians.
By Casey Smith, Associated Press
As the U.S. prioritizes teachers nationwide for coronavirus vaccines, states and many districts are not keeping track of how many school employees have received the shots.
By Michelle L. Price, Associated Press
Slot machines are powered down, casinos boarded up and barricaded. On the always busy, always noisy, never sleeping Las Vegas strip, you can now hear birds chirping.
It's a move that is stirring outrage by some on social media. Former Obama administration housing chief Julian Castro suggested in a post on Twitter that the city's homeless should be temporarily places in empty hotel rooms.
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