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More Construction Along I-15 Begins MondayThe Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) will be doing nightly paving upgrades along Interstate 15, near the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, from October 22 through October 26.
Truck Sharing Platform Rolls Into NevadaNow you can move those large items that don't fit in your car by scheduling a truck through the free app, Truxx, which its designers say is like Uber or Lyft meeting U-Haul.
Clark County Surpasses 2016 Pedestrian Death TotalWith two and a half months remaining, pedestrian fatalities in Clark County this year have already surpassed the total for all of 2016, continuing a disturbing rise in such fatalities over the past seven years.
Local Group Starts Petition To End Gun ViolenceTake Action Nevada said it supports an immediate ban on the sale, distribution and ownership of any device that functionally increases the rate of fire of a lawful semi-automatic weapon into an unlawful fully-automatic weapon.
Personal Items From All Shooting Scene Areas Now AvailablePersonal effects recovered from Areas A, B, C, D, E and F of the venue have been cleared for release and are available at the Family Assistance Center located in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, 3150 Paradise Road.
Telephone Line Opened To Assist Shooting VictimsVictims and their family members can call the help line to get answers to questions and get connected to resources and services they may need.
Prayer Vigil Replaces National Night OutThe change comes after the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) cancelled National Night Out events scheduled for Tuesday evening.
Police: Man Arrested For Illegal Pot Shop Sales In VegasVegas police along with Clark County and state investigators went to the shop north of the Las Vegas Strip on September 19, and arrested 36-year-old Clayton Bernard on a felony for illegal sales.
World War I Exhibit Opens Next FridayThe exhibit chronicles the efforts of Clark County's young community in supporting Uncle Sam during the war effort.
Nevada Utility Sells Transmission Lines To Dallas CompanyValley Electric Association announced Wednesday it sold the system that includes transmission lines and related substations in Nye and Clark counties to GridLiance.
Three Square Teaming Up To Serve Hungry NevadansThree Square Food bank is teaming up with the state Dept. of Agriculture to feed nearly 300,000 hungry Nevadans.
New Voting Machines To Be Unveiled In OctoberThe new voting machines look and operate similarly to the voting machines used in previous elections. Some notable differences include a larger display screen and larger type on the backup paper printout.

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