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Family of homeless preacher who died in jail awarded $4.6 million

The family of a homeless street preacher who died in a Denver county jail was awarded $4.6 million on Tuesday by a federal jury who found five sheriff’s deputies used excessive force to subdue the U.S. Army veteran.

Vegas shooting raises questions of state security

Anyone with a gun and a grudge can get into the state Department of Administration’s Hearings Division building without stepping through a metal detector or passing a guard.

Vegas gambler gets probation in bookmaking case

A well-known gambler was sentenced to three-years probation Wednesday for his role in a lucrative illegal bookmaking operation.

War Machine’s lawyers look to strike deal with prosecutors

Lawyers for the disgraced mixed martial artist War Machine, accused of brutally assaulting his former girlfriend, told a judge Wednesday that they’re trying to make a deal with prosecutors.

Arizona man sentenced in long-distance murder

A northwest Arizona man who killed his ex-girlfriend’s new fiance in the Midwest was given a life prison sentence in Douglas County, Wis., on Monday.

Reno trespass killing trial gets go-ahead

The lawyer for a 73-year-old Northern Nevada man charged with murder in the shooting of an unarmed trespasser says he’s ready to go to trial and anxious to prove he was acting in self-defense.

Prosecutors: Man charged in crossing guard attack violated probation

A man accused of attacking a 64-year-old crossing guard in the south Las Vegas Valley could face additional jail time for violating conditions of probation in a DUI from last year, a judge said Wednesday.

Police seek ‘Mr. Telephone Man’ in string of robberies

The man involved in a string of Las Vegas cellphone business robberies reported Oct. 10 is being sought for four additional robberies that happened in the last five days, Las Vegas police said.

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