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AAC sued for another Las Vegas patient death

A Las Vegas alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility is being sued by the mother of April Leeming, a 33-year-old Arizona woman who died within...
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Family’s saga offers glimpse of how local policies separate parents from children

Adriana Arellano Cruz longed to see her children after being detained at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center inside the Henderson jail....
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NLV scraps plan for warehouses surrounding sinking neighborhood

A plan to build acres of industrial warehouse space adjacent to a long-neglected neighborhood of sinking homes has been scrapped by North Las Vegas...

Psychologists allege bullying by boss at state mental hospitals

The Director of Psychology for Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services is a bully who is running off colleagues, according to half a dozen...
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Sisolak names Montooth executive director of Nevada Indian Commission

Gov. Steve Sisolak announced the appointment Tuesday of Walker River Paiute Tribe member Stacey Montooth as executive director of the Nevada Indian Commission.“Stacey, a...
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Justice for sale? Billionaire’s plea deal prompts outrage

Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson is declining to discuss a plea deal that will allow billionaire Henry Nicholas to skate on felony drug...
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Attorney: Victim hasn’t come to terms with alleged sexual assault at hands of former...

Marady Leary, the woman alleged by her attorney to have been sexually harassed and assaulted by former City of Las Vegas Councilman Steve Seroka,...
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Experts urge ‘Apollo-type’ fight against climate disaster; GOP pushes Yucca

WASHINGTON -- Climate change could cost Americans billions of dollars, destroy coastal communities and put agriculture, healthcare and military facilities at risk unless the...
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Could automatic voter registration lead to arrest? State working to ensure it doesn’t.

Automatic voter registration is set to start in January 2020, and while legislators believe it’s an important step in broadening voting accessibility advocates are...

Public health services: Trying to keep up when your state is 50th in funding

Whether tackling an acute Hepatitis A outbreak and skyrocketing sexually transmitted infections or implementing public campaigns to reduce tobacco use and connect people to...

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