EMT reported credit card fraud after Las Vegas shooting

In a statement released Wednesday by Las Vegas police, an emergency medical technician who was working the night of the mass shooting detailed how he became the victim of credit card fraud and attempted identity theft.

Sammy Ochoa scores first goals of season to lift Lights FC

Sammy Ochoa scored his first two goals of the season to lift the Lights to a 4-2 victory over FC Tucson on Wednesday night at UNLV Peter Johann Soccer Field in the second round of the U.S. Open Cup.

Erik Haula, linemates bounce back in Golden Knights’ 4-2 win

Center Erik Haula assisted on James Neal’s second-period goal and had his best game of the Western Conference Finals as the Knights took Game 3 from the Winnipeg Jets and hold a 2-1 series lead.

The explanation for generous and inflated public-sector pay

Elected officials are actually rewarded for spending excessively on government pay — as they bear none of that cost themselves.

UNLV roundup: Softball team wins opener in regional tournament

Brooke Stover, Alyssa Navarro, Myranda Bueno and Janine Petmecky knocked in runs, and the UNLV softball team defeated Weber State 4-1 in its opener at the National Invitational Softball Championship regional at Eller Media Stadium.

Tesla driver had hands off wheel before Utah crash, says report

A Utah driver turned on the semi-autonomous functions of her Tesla vehicle and then didn’t touch the steering wheel again for 80 seconds before slamming into a firetruck stopped at a red light last week, a summary of data from the car released Wednesday showed.

Basic softball looks to create its own legacy at state

After watching their brothers bring home state baseball titles, Basic softball players Mikayla Berg and Angela Santillanes are excited for the opportunity to win their own rings.

Senate passes measure to revive ‘net neutrality’ rules

Senate Democrats, joined by three Republicans, pushed through a measure Wednesday intended to revive Obama-era internet rules that ensured equal treatment for all web traffic, though opposition in the House and the White House seems insurmountable.

Freeway closures scaled back this weekend to accommodate EDC

Negotiations with organizers of the Electric Daisy Carnival prompted the Nevada Department of Transportation on Wednesday to roll back some of the freeway restrictions anticipated this weekend in Las Vegas.

Aces cut Las Vegan Sequoia Holmes, two others

Las Vegan Sequoia Holmes was among three cuts made by the Aces on Wednesday. They also waived forwards Cierra Burdick and Ivey Slaughter, giving them 13 players in camp.

Candidates turn up the heat in Las Vegas Justice Court race

A race for Las Vegas justice of the peace and could become one of the most expensive judicial races the valley has ever seen, and two of the leading candidates are digging into their campaign coffers for what’s turning into a heated contest.

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