Nevada immigration lawyer talks about family separation

Adults with children caught crossing the border illegally should be released into the country if they claim asylum. A physical barrier wouldn’t deter border crossings, and Republican efforts to outlaw family separation aren’t worth supporting. That’s according to Hardeep “Dee” Sull, a Nevada attorney, who’s part of Lawyer Moms of America.

1 pilot had cocaine in system at time of deadly Arizona crash

The Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office says autopsy results show one of two pilots aboard a small plane that crashed near Phoenix two months ago, killing all six people aboard, had cocaine in his system.

A Las Vegas Joe Jackson story from way back

Joe Jackson had a home in Las Vegas for decades. He was frequently spotted around town, especially in the 1990s, at such now-closed nightspots as The Shark Club and Tramps, and occasionally at such haunts as Le Bistro Theatre.

51s overcome walks to post 5-2 victory at Tacoma

The Tacoma Rainiers went 1-for-16 with runners in scoring position and left 14 men on base Wednesday in a 5-2 loss to the 51s at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma, Wash.

Texas executes man who confessed two decades after 1979 murder

A Texas prisoner accused of four killings and at least nine rapes was executed Wednesday for a 1979 rape and murder in Houston that went unsolved for two decades until he confessed.

Old Nevada mines may get new leases on life as solar arrays

The State Environmental Commission voted Wednesday to add “renewable energy development and storage” to the list of acceptable post-production uses for shuttered mines to encourage developers to use the already-disturbed land.

Vegas Nation: Raiders camp under Jon Gruden — PODCAST

Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond, Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken and NFL writer Gilbert Manzano talk about mandatory camp with Jon Gruden and Khalil Mack’s being absent during mini camp.

Las Vegas might become second city to allow marijuana lounges

Despite recreational marijuana use being legal for more than a year in Nevada, Las Vegas’ roughly 42 million annual visitors don’t have many options for where they can use the pot they buy in local dispensaries. State law bans public consumption, and casinos and hotels don’t allow people to consume cannabis on their properties.

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