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2 People Wounded After Shooting at Each OtherPolice say they're investigating a shooting in east Las Vegas that has left two people wounded.
Testing Required at Private Schools in Nevada Choice ProgramStandardized tests are a given in public school, and they're mandatory for Nevada private schools participating in the state's budding school-choice program.
Hiker Dies After Falling in Red Rock CanyonA hiker has died after falling at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area.
Cops Seek Carjacking, Burglary SuspectLas Vegas police were searching for a man suspected in a carjacking as well as a home burglary, which ended when the suspect got into a fight with the returning resident, authorities said.
LVMPD Begin Testing Acoustic Gunshot Detection SystemLas Vegas police have begun testing a network of acoustic gunshot sensors in a section of the city to see if it helps cut the time officers take to arrive at shootings.
Police: Man Gunned Down in Downtown Vegas StreetInvestigators believe an argument may have sparked the gunfire that left a man dead in a downtown Las Vegas street late Wednesday, according to authorities.
Ohio Man Arrested For Mass Shooting Threat Against Vegas CasinoAuthorities say an Ohio man has been arrested for threatening to carry out mass shootings at a megachurch and the Las Vegas casino where his estranged wife works.
Dylan Ferguson Living Dream With Golden KnightsThe emergency recall for Ferguson turned into some actual playing time Thursday when he made his NHL debut with the Golden Knights trailing the Edmonton Oilers 7-2 midway through the third period.
Lawyer: Militia Leader's Goal Was Protest SafetyA lawyer says a militia leader standing trial in Las Vegas drove to Nevada to help a rancher in a grazing dispute with the federal government because he believed people were in danger and he had to help.
Fire: Check Your Furnace Ahead of Weekend Cold SnapWith temperatures expected to dip this weekend, Las Vegas Fire and Rescue officials are warning area residents to check their furnaces and other heating equipment ahead of the cold temperatures.
Vegas Shooting Lawsuits Stack Up With 14 More FiledLegal action following the mass shooting at a Las Vegas concert is picking up with lawsuits filed Wednesday on behalf of 14 concertgoers, including some who were shot or injured trying to escape and one woman who is so traumatized that she has since mistaken the sound of rain for gunshots.
Gallant Proving To Be the Right Leader For Expansion KnightsWhen Gerard Gallant was introduced as the first coach in Vegas Golden Knights history, general manager George McPhee said Gallant had an outstanding reputation for getting the best out of his players.

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