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Sex Offender To Remain Free Despite New Law

A convicted sex offender who faces nearly two dozen charges in Utah but has remained free because of a legal loophole likely will never face trial or be confined to an institution, a prosecutor said Tuesday.


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Nevada Gets Funding To Help Jobless

Nevada will get $1.1-million to help jobless workers find new employment.


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Ariz. Lawmakers Receive Knitted Uterus As Protest

Critics of an Arizona proposal to limit birth control coverage have given a personalized gift to more than a dozen state lawmakers – a fuzzy, knitted uterus with googly eyes.


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‘Occupy Las Vegas’ Homeless, Seeks Space to Occupy

LAS VEGAS (CBS Las Vegas) — “Occupy Las Vegas” is homeless as organizers for the grassroots movement are having trouble finding an actual space to occupy. Sebring Frehner, one of the Las Vegas movement’s many […]



Closures For Fourth Of July

Federal, state and local government offices are closed today for the Fourth of July holiday.



Funding Boost for Homeless Program

Officials say the Las Vegas area is going to get more than $6.5 million in federal funds this year for homeless shelter and assistance programs.



Emergency Meeting To Discuss Mining Industry

The Nevada Tax Commission will hold an emergency meeting to discuss the lack of audits conducted of mining companies in the state. Gov. Brian Sandoval called for the meeting after the former Nevada Department of […]

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Do You Want Government Regulated Internet?

Only 21-percent of likely voters across the U.S. want the federal government to regulate the Internet in any way.


Should Government Officals Create Jobs?

Congresswoman Dina Titus says “yes”!