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VanDyke called ‘arrogant’ and ‘not qualified’ for 9th Circuit seat

WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats expressed deep misgivings about a Trump administration nominee for a federal appeals court on Wednesday, pointing to a scathing review...
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Legal Aid, courts streamline process to help domestic violence victims

Legal Aid of Southern Nevada is collaborating with Nevada Eighth Judicial District Court Family Division and Clark County to open a Protection Order Office...
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Selling hotel won’t let Trump off the hook, Titus says

The Trump organization's Washington D.C. hotel, leased from property owned by the federal government, has been put on the market. But selling the property...
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Gaming Commission refuses to ban “kill for sport” prizes

In a unique Nevada twist to a national debate, animal lovers asked Nevada gaming regulators Thursday to crack down on what they call unlicensed...
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Lombardo vows to remove “worst of the worst” as Metro agrees to suspend ICE...

Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo says a court ruling that prohibits Las Vegas Metro Police and other Nevada law enforcement agencies from making arrests...
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Nevada among 47 states investigating Facebook 

Americans don’t agree on much these days, but almost all of the nation’s attorneys general are on-board an investigation into Facebook. Nevada Attorney General Aaron...
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Summit at Trump’s hotel lawless, corrupt, Titus says

President Donald Trump will host the 2020 G-7 summit of world leaders at the Trump National Doral Miami, the White House announced Thursday.The announcement...
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Nevada wins $1.8 million in multi-state settlement with Johnson & Johnson

Nevada will receive $1.8 million of a $117 million Following an investigation, Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford announced a multistate settlement with Johnson &...
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By 6 to 1, LV council votes to let domestic violence culprits keep guns

The City of Las Vegas voted 6-1 to pass an ordinance that allows those convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence to keep their guns despite...
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‘Stickler for facts’ Fiore shrugs off domestic violence, gun reform groups’ concerns

While discussing a potential change to the city’s domestic violence law that would allow those convicted to keep their firearms, Las Vegas City Councilwoman...

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