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MGM To Launch Responsible Gambling ProgramM-G-M Resorts International is planning to launch a program to help compulsive gamblers.
Man Dead, Suspect Sought in Vegas Apartment Complex ShootingLas Vegas police are looking for the gunman who shot and killed another man during a fight in an apartment complex parking lot Tuesday night.
Nevada Partnership For Homeless Youth Helping 14,000 KidsGrant Helps NPHY Expand Services As Homeless Youth Population Grows.
Police: Man Fired Gun During Vegas Migos, Sean Kingston MeleeA Florida man was arrested on weapons charges after he allegedly fired a gun during a fight outside the Las Vegas Sands Expo & Convention Center involving rapper Sean Kingston and hip hop group Migos Tuesday.
Nevada Students Fastest Improving in the Nation on AP ExamNevada had both the largest three-year increase and one-year increase in the percentage of public high school graduates scoring three or higher on the Advanced Placement (AP) Exam.
Protesters Jeer Nevada Congressmen Over Public AvailabilityOver the jeers of 200 protesters outside, Nevada's two Republican congressmen said Wednesday that town hall meetings will be more appropriate once they have a better grasp of how the party will unite to reform the Affordable Care Act.
Court Delayed for 3 Teens Held in 2014 Vegas Mother SlayingArraignment was reset to Monday for three Las Vegas teenagers who are expected to be charged as adults in the slaying of the mother of one of them more than two years ago.
Heidi Harris: Oklahoma Abortion Bill Would Notify FathersHeidi was confused on an Oklahoma abortion bill and wonders if anything would be solved by making it law.
Las Vegas Police Create Gang Unit to Combat Increased ViolenceLas Vegas police will soon have a new unit dedicated to pursuing gang issues.
Parts of Reno Get Over 10 Inches of Snow OvernightCommuters in Reno are encountering icy and snow-covered roads after a winter storm moving through the area dumped just over 10 inches of snow in some parts of the city overnight.
Dozens Speak Against Project Plan Near Red RockElected officials in Las Vegas are approaching a fourth hour listening to audience members speak, overwhelmingly against, a developer's plan to build more than 5,000 homes on a hill within view of scenic Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
After Legalization, States Still Debate Gay MarriageWhile some states debate ways to limit how gay couples benefit from the national legalization of same-sex marriage, Nevada became the latest state to take aim at the last vestiges of defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman.

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