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Drug Take Back Day Scheduled For SaturdayLocal law enforcement and other Southern Nevada partners have teamed up for a community wide prescription drug take back. It will be Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
UPS Driver Hurt In Rollover Crash On I-15The crash happened a little after 9:30 a.m. Wednesday on Interstate 15 near the exit to U.S. 93. That's about 20 miles north of downtown Las Vegas.
County Gearing Up For Busy Fire SeasonThe Mount Charleston Fire Protection District and Clark County Fire Department are teaming up with local, federal and state agencies to gear up for a busy wildland fire season.
Vegas Officials: We're Not A Sanctuary CitySheriff Joe Lombardo said Friday that neither the city nor the county has any law directing Las Vegas police not to cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
State Senate Approves 50 Measures In One DayThe state Senate kept busy Monday, approving 50 bills and sending them to the Assembly.
Desert Tortoise 'Mojave Max' Emerges From SlumberLocal officials say they see a sign of spring in southern Nevada with the emergence of a desert tortoise from a winter form of hibernation in an enclosure at a federal preserve outside Las Vegas.
Clark County Officials Kick Off "April Pools Day"Clark County officials joined members of the Southern Nevada Child Drowning Prevention Coalition Monday to kick off the annual "April Pools Day" drowning prevention awareness camp.
Nevada Adult Businesses Hope To Cash In On RaidersBusinesses in an area west of the Las Vegas Strip hope to benefit from a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders, when the team moves to Las Vegas in the 2020 season.
Property West Of Strip Favored For New Raiders StadiumA 63-acre parcel of land west of the Strip appears to be the top spot for a new Las Vegas Raiders stadium.
Inmate Dies Serving Sex Assault SentenceThe state Department of Corrections said Tuesday that John Layton Stokes was found dead about 1 p.m. Monday at High Desert State Prison in Indian Springs.
Nevada Small Businesses Confident In State's Economy77 percent of those surveyed feel optimistic, compared to 61.5 percent a year ago.
Census: Clark County Continues To GrowNevada's largest county is getting more crowded. The Census Bureau said Clark County welcomed nearly 47,000 new residents between July 2015 and July 2016.

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