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1 wounded in south Las Vegas shooting

A shooting at a south Las Vegas home on Monday has put one person in the hospital and another in custody, according to Las Vegas police.

Henderson considers grant to study feasibility of new crime lab

The Henderson City Council on Tuesday will consider approval of a $70,000 community-funded grant to evaluate the needs, programming, feasibility and cost of constructing and equipping a new crime lab for the police department.

North Las Vegas police investigating ‘gruesome’ homicide scene

North Las Vegas police checking on a mother and daughter reported missing discovered a “gruesome” homicide scene inside a northeast valley home on Monday that has investigators questioning how many bodies are involved.

Nevada’s same-sex marriage ban still could end up in high court

A court challenge to Nevada’s ban on same-sex marriage is no longer at the top of the queue in efforts nationally to legalize gay unions after a hearing date initially set by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for April 9 was postponed but the Nevada case is still in the mix as more courts around the country continue to weigh in on the controversial issue, a lawyer for Lambda Legal said last week.

Sentencing delayed for Saudi airman in Vegas case

Sentencing is being postponed at least another month for a Saudi Arabian air force sergeant facing a mandatory minimum of 35 years in Nevada state prison for raping a 13-year-old California boy at a Las Vegas Strip hotel.

Clark County GOP steps away from strict marriage definition

The Clark County Republican Party removed language from its platform saying marriage should be defined as “between a man and a woman,” a major change acknowledging a growing gay rights movement, the party’s political director said Monday.

Clark County union cites deal, wants 2 percent pay cut restored

Clark County and its largest union are in the midst of a dispute over whether employees represented by the Service Employees International Union are entitled to a 2 percent boost to their base salaries that were cut during the recession, a proposal that would cost the county $4 million to $5 million.

Fallen comrades, mixed-martial arts help Marine beat PTSD

Mixed-martial artist Shane Kruchten was down on the mat in Las Vegas on Saturday night but not out of his fight for life — and his fallen Marine comrades were there with him, their names tattooed on his back.

Private massage ends in arrest

Christina Lafave did the time. Now she’s charged with the crime.

Pollen program returns to help measure the misery

UNLV has partnered with the Clark County School District and others to revive an allergen monitoring program that was shuttered by the county four years ago.

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