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Australian Claiming British Title Stays Jailed in Las VegasAn Australian man who claims to hold a British royal title has been ordered by a judge to remain jailed in Las Vegas pending the resolution of multiple felony charges.
Vegas Man Accused of Video Post Threatening Terror AttackA Las Vegas man who police say posed in battlefield gear and assault weapons for an internet video saying he intended to shoot "Satanists" and "homosexuals" is due to face a judge this week on terror threat and conspiracy charges.
The Wall Will Not Work, But Heidi's Plan MightHeidi Harris discusses how Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing for the upcoming presidential debate and she offers her own ideas as to how to deal with immigration issues.
Investors Pushing for Chinese Tourism in Las VegasSin City and Asian investors are going all in on Chinese tourism.
Officials Hope Decals Curb Jaywalkers on Busy Vegas StreetOfficials are going to give sidewalk stickers a try in an effort to curb a spike in pedestrians getting hit by vehicles in Las Vegas.
Vegas Police Opening New Spring Valley Command SubstationPolice in Las Vegas are moving into a new substation to handle an area west of the Strip.
Nevada Congressman Cresent Hardy Suffers Heart AttackA spokesman says U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy of Nevada is out of the hospital and plans to resume his political activities after having a heart attack.
Coroner: Vegas Woman, 63, Dead After Snorkeling at Lake MeadAuthorities in Las Vegas have identified a 63-year-old Las Vegas woman who died while swimming during the weekend at Lake Mead.
Man Claiming British Royal Title Jailed in 3 Las Vegas CasesAuthorities say a 53-year-old man who claims a British royal title is jailed in Las Vegas ahead of court hearings on criminal charges that could put him in prison for up to 14 years.
Clark County School District Starts New School YearNevada's largest school district is starting the new school year with 319 teacher vacancies.
Colin Kaepernick Sits Down During National AnthemColin Kaepernick took a seat at the preseason game against the Greenbay Packers during the national anthem to show his protest against recent police brutality.
Kaepernick Has the Right, But He's Got It All WrongSan Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has the right to say anything he'd like to, but he will have to withstand the blowback that has already begun.

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