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UNLV student resigns ahead of impeachment hearing

UNLV’s student body vice president resigned Monday night about an hour before she was scheduled to face an impeachment hearing.

Colorado couple faces child abuse, murder charges

A couple that federal law enforcement officers caught trying to flee to Mexico faces felony child abuse and murder charges after their 3-month-old daughter died last month, public records show.

Nevada inmate asks judge anew to let execution proceed

Condemned killer Scott Dozier, urging his own execution, was back in front of a judge on Tuesday for the first time since he was supposed to die.

Community effort creates Vegas Strong Ale

The hashtag of love and support shared in the wake of the Oct. 1 shooting — #vegasstrong — is also the name beer that was the result of a community project, conceived and spearheaded by Kyle Weniger, head brewer at Joseph James Brewing Co. in Henderson.

Sandoval talks up three new Nevada tourism attractions

When Gov. Brian Sandoval goes looking for solitude once he’s term-limited out of office next year, there’s a chance you’ll see him at Walker River State Recreation Area, one of three new facilities being preserved that in the future will attract millions of tourists from all over the world.

Las Vegas home prices reach new high in October

In October, Las Vegas homebuilders notched another all-time high for prices amid an “utter lack” of lower-priced options, says a new report.

Body found tangled in tree branches near Wetlands Park

A person’s body was found partially submerged in water and tangled in tree branches Tuesday afternoon near Clark County Wetlands Park, Las Vegas police said.

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