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As Legal Aid Center turns 60, it pushes to endow its future

A 29-year-old mother seeking asylum for herself and her two young children after witnessing a gang-related murder and receiving death threats in her native...
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MGM lawsuit labels mass shooting as “terrorism”

Defying every principle of tourism marketing honed over decades by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, transnational gaming giant MGM Resorts International is...
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Time to rethink Nevada’s death penalty?

"They said we could not obtain lethal drugs. I do not believe that is accurate." - Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson in March...

Metro still mum on New Year’s Eve accidental shooting

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police are refusing to disclose the outcome of an internal investigation into Officer Al Beas’ New Year’s Eve accidental discharge of...
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Survivors: No closure from death penalty

The entry in the pregnancy journal reads "Tim watched in delivery a very beautiful experience.  Baby Sara was born. We both love her very...
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Guest op-ed: Reminder to progressives – courts matter

As I stood beside the podium, preparing to speak out against the previous day’s Supreme Court decision, which upheld the Trump Administration’s travel ban...
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Patchwork state laws fail medical marijuana patients

Jeff Krajnak did multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan as a Navy Seabee. After 15 years of service, his squad was hit with an...
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Nevada unions condemn Supreme Court’s “extreme decision”

In Nevada, workers can already opt out of paying union dues and still reap the benefits of better wages and benefits and job security...
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Weed legal, but can still separate families

Smoking marijuana cost Las Vegan Frederica Ballard what she says she prizes most – her two youngest children. “My children were stolen and that’s not...

Metro to decide on $500,000 settlement from 2010 Taser death

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Fiscal Affairs Committee is expected to decide Monday whether to approve a settlement in the 2010 death of...

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