Spring Creek leads 4A state wrestling

Spanish Springs, which edged the Gators by two points last season, has the first-day lead at the Class 4A state wrestling tournament with 110½ points.

Ariana Grande says Grammys producer lied about performance

Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich said the show had multiple conversations with Ariana Grande about possibly performing Sunday but the singer “felt it was too late for her to pull something together,” but Grande accused Ehrlich of lying.

Background check gun bill set to be fast tracked into Nevada law

What is often a sluggish second week in the Legislature will ramp up swiftly Monday with the expected introduction of a gun sales background check bill that could be heard in committee, approved by lawmakers and signed by the governor before the end of the week.

UNLV fighting for top 5 finish in Mountain West

UNLV is in a battle for the top five in the Mountain West, which would give the Rebels a first-round bye in next month’s conference tournament. The Rebels play Fresno State at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Thomas & Mack Center.

Las Vegas officer denies sexually abusing child

Metropolitan Police Department officer Bret Theil denied accusations that he sexually abused a child for more than a decade during testimony he gave Friday in District Court.

North Las Vegas compound is vital to national security

Inside the nondescript buildings of the Nevada National Security Site location that dot a sprawling parking lot are the peoplewho help ensure the safety, security and deterrent nature of the country’s nuclear weapons stockpile.

Henderson mayor angling for re-election, 2 years before term ends

The Secretary of State’s office issued an opinion to March on Thursday, stating that an elected official who will exceed a 12-year term limit in the middle of their next term will be eligible to serve that term out. If March is re-elected, her term would stretch to nearly 16 years.

LVCVA to consider leaving NV Energy

The LVCVA board will consider purchasing power from an alternative provider, according to CEO Steve Hill. The departure would include the Las Vegas Convention Center and its $935 million, 1.4 million-square-foot expansion, scheduled to be completed by January 2021.

Nevada Medicaid officials confront decline in federal funds

State health officials gave legislators an overview of Nevada’s Medicaid program in an Assembly committee meeting Friday, during which the program’s new administrator said the state program will be tackling a decrease in federal funding in coming years.

UNLV School of Medicine graduate finds home at Juhl

Fueled by ambition and her passion to enter a profession that serves the community, Nina Parikh left her home state of California in 2014 to complete her studies in psychiatry at the UNLV School of Medicine. When she started her residency training at University Medical Center last August, Parikh was compelled to find a new home closer to work.

Shadow Point by Toll Brothers opens models in Summerlin

Shadow Point by Toll Brothers is actively selling with models now open in the village of Stonebridge in Summerlin. The newest village in the community, Stonebridge is on an elevated topography just north of W. Charleston Boulevard near Summerlin’s boundary with Red Rock Canyon National Conservation. The village features some of the community’s most spectacular mountain and valley views.

Bryce Harper, Giants met in Las Vegas after mutual interest

Bryce Harper and the Giants met in the free agent slugger’s hometown of Las Vegas this week, and new San Francisco baseball operations chief Farhan Zaidi said the sides had mutual interest.

New animal hospital opens in Cadence

The Cadence Animal Hospital officially opened in Cadence in December. Since that time, the newest veterinarian clinic in east Henderson has seen a steady pace of patients.

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