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Spike in Las Vegas Crime Spurs Search for Causes, CuresShootings on the Strip and the brazen killing of a liquor store clerk who couldn't open a safe in April grabbed headlines. But they're just a few of the 75 slayings in Sin City so far this year, compared with 45 by the same date last year.
Site, Funding Unresolved in Las Vegas NFL Stadium PlanA site for a proposed 65,000-seat stadium in Las Vegas is in question, and funding formulas are still being worked out for a project that could cost up to $1.6 billion with about half paid for by hotel room tax money.
Pedestrian Hit Near Las Vegas Strip in Suspected DUI CrashAuthorities say a woman hit by a vehicle near the Las Vegas Strip was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
One Wounded, 2 Questioned After Las Vegas Strip ShootingPolice say one man is wounded and two people are being questioned after an early morning shooting in front of a Las Vegas Strip resort.
Man on Ledge at Trump Hotel Taken Into CustodyLas Vegas police say a man who threatened to jump off a ledge at Trump International hotel moved off the ledge and was taken into custody.
Power Outage Stops Play for 40 Minutes at Mandalay BayAn official says a 40-minute power outage interrupted casino play and hotel registration at the Mandalay Bay resort on the Las Vegas Strip.
Two Hurt, 1 Arrested After Las Vegas Strip StabbingPolice say a 32-year-old man is in custody after an overnight stabbing on a Las Vegas Strip pedestrian walkway.
Vegas Strip Closed After Several Vehicles Crash Near CaesarsAuthorities say the Las Vegas Strip was closed while officers investigated a multi-vehicle crash with at least one person injured near the Caesars Palace resort.
Ex-Driver, 22, Facing Misdemeanor in Fatal Vegas Bus CrashA 22-year-old has pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter for driving a bus that jumped a curb, plowed through a bus shelter and killed a 39-year-old woman on a sidewalk almost four months ago.
March on Strip Urges Trump to Negotiate With Hotel WorkersThe Culinary Union is organizing a march down the Las Vegas Strip to urge Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to negotiate a contract with workers at his hotel.
Ex-Convict Found Guilty of Posing as Officer in Vegas RapesA jury in Las Vegas found a 50-year-old ex-convict from New Jersey guilty of impersonating a police officer to rape prostitutes.
Worker Injured From High Impact hit Near Las Vegas StripAuthorities say a worker was critically injured after suffering a high impact hit while working on a sign in front of a convenience store near the Las Vegas Strip.

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