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Nevada To Share In Multi-State Settlement With Automakers; Audio ExcerptNevada will share in a multi-state, $41.2 million settlement with automakers Hyundai and Kia over allegations they altered fuel efficiency ratings, the attorney general’s office announced Thursday. Attorney General Adam Laxalt said the state will receive nearly $762,000 in the settlement reached with 33 states and the District of Columbia.
Donald Trump Reacts To FBI Reopening Clinton Probe; Audio ExcerptDonald Trump pounced on the news that the FBI is reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, saying Friday the Democratic presidential nominee displays corruption “on a scale we have never seen before.”
Clinton Reportedly Considering Joe Biden For Secretary Of State; Audio ExcerptVice President Joe Biden's name has reportedly been mentioned, among others, as a choice for Secretary of State in a potential Hillary Clinton administration.
Nevada Day Marks State's 152nd Birthday; Audio ExcerptMany people around the state will be celebrating Nevada Day on Friday. Nevada Day commemorates the admission of the state of Nevada into the union on Oct. 31, 1864. It was originally observed on October 31 but has been observed on the last Friday of the month of October since 2000. This year, the state is celebrating its 152nd birthday.
Las Vegas Water Utility Issues Warning About Impostors; Audio ExcerptThe Las Vegas Valley Water District has issued a warning about people posing as employees of the public utility. People claiming to represent the water district have allegedly been going door to door asking to enter homes to acquire water samples or test the tap water, the utility said.
Study: Las Vegas Drivers Losing Money On Poor Roadways; Audio ExcerptDrivers living in the Las Vegas area are reportedly losing nearly $2,000 a year due to poorly-maintained roadways and car repair costs. The findings are from a new report just released by national transportation research group Trip.