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Commissioners Veto UMC Contract Proposal

Clark County commissioners have rejected a proposed contract for most of University Medical Center’s workers.


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UMC Chief Resigns Amid Changes

The chief of University Medical Center is stepping down to work for a rival firm.


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Electronic Cigarette Bans Increasing

Electronic cigarettes are becoming popular among smokers, but a growing number of Las Vegas locations are banning the devices.


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Commission Balks At Property Tax Hike

The Clark County Commission debated a potential property tax hike on Wednesday, but in the end decided to put the subject aside for another year.


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Hospitals Report Influx Of Mental Patients

Reports of improper discharges at the Rawson-Neal psychiatric hospital is affecting other local medical facilities.


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County Considers Tax Hike To Fund Hospital

Clark County commissioners are considering a property tax hike to help fund University Medical Center.


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2 Dead, 1 Hurt In Apparent Murder-Suicide In Vegas

Police say two people are dead and one person was hospitalized with a gunshot wound in an apparent murder-suicide at a southwest Las Vegas apartment complex.

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Shooting Suspect In Serious Condition In NLV

A 52-year-old man was shot during an exchange of gunfire Sunday night.



Women Struck By Gunfire In NW Valley Park

Saturday, two women were shot while they attended a soccer match at Teton Trails Park.


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Health Reform Could Be Costly For UMC

Health care reform could be costly for University Medical Center. Hospital CEO Brian Brannman told county commissioners yesterday the Affordable Care Act will result in less funding for treating indigent patients, and will not cover undocumented immigrants.