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NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 28: Police stand guard as demonstrators, joined by members of the Occupied Wall Street Movment, march near Baruch College in Manhattan to protest against proposed tuition increases over the next few years at the state the school system  on November 28, 2011 in New York City. A heavy police prence met the protesters as city University of New York trustees prepared to vote Monday afternoon on a series of tuition increases at the school.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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Police officer shot in Memphis on traffic stop over “less than two grams of marijuana.”

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Merger Combines Nevada Tavern Chain

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A stock merger valued at $341 million between a Las Vegas-based slot tavern chain and the owner of a four-diamond casino-resort in Maryland is complete. Sartini Gaming Inc.’s Golden Gaming and Minnesota-based Lakes […]

CBS Las Vegas–18 hours ago

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Officials Calling Nevada Solar Future Bright

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Several government and business leaders say Nevada renewable energy projects have a bright future with the federal government tightening pollution controls for greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants. Nevada doesn’t rely […]

CBS Las Vegas–18 hours ago


Infant Found In North Las Vegas Dumpster

NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) — The father of a missing 2-month-old girl who was found dead in a dumpster has been arrested. North Las Vegas police say 24-year-old Mason Henderson was taken into custody Sunday […]

CBS Las Vegas–18 hours ago


No Pedestrian Fatalities In July

LAS VEGAS—Sharing good news in the area of pedestrian safety is rare, but good news is a reality; the biggest example in many years is that we had no pedestrian fatalities in July. Especially after […]

CBS Las Vegas–19 hours ago