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Balloon release in memory of 3 Las Vegas teens killed in Huntington Beach crash
 
Balloon release in memory of 3 Las Vegas teens killed in Huntington Beach crash

Allie Rossi and Alexis Vargas participate in a balloon release during a candlelight vigil at Knickerbocker Park in Las Vegas Friday, March 30, 2018.

Allie’s brother, Albert “A.J.” Rossi, along with fellow Centennial High School students Dylan Mack and Brooke Hawley, died in a car crash caused by a drunk driver in Huntington Beach, Calif. early Thursday. Vargas, who was also on the trip, was injured in the accident. (Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Head-on crash sends 4 to the hospital
 
Head-on crash sends 4 to the hospital

A head-on collision Friday morning sent four people to the hospital with injuries police say were not life threatening. The crash occurred when the driver of a Honda Accord attempted to turn left onto Flamingo from Swenson Street. Police were not sure if either driver was impaired.

Transportation Department spends $700,000 to rebuild tortoise fences
 
Transportation Department spends $700,000 to rebuild tortoise fences

State road workers’ mistakes cost taxpayers more than $1 million. About $560,000 in federal funds built tortoise fences along I-95. But the fences were too short to protect the tortoises. And culverts for the tortoises were so poorly designed that a tortoise died trying to get under the freeway.

Convention Authority tries to thwart investigation
 
Convention Authority tries to thwart investigation

Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority paid consultants… to help thwart a Review-Journal investigation. One consultant wanted to search campaign records… to discredit a top Nevada politician and LVCVA critic. Thousands went to outside counsel and PR contractors. Authority staff emailed talking points to board members. Authority spokeswoman Jacqueline Peterson called the reporters “charlatan carpetbaggers.” But in the end, the Authority responded to the investigation by making reforms.

3 Centennial High School students killed in Calif. crash (Full)
 
3 Centennial High School students killed in Calif. crash (Full)

Three Centennial High School students were killed Thursday morning in Southern California when their vehicle was struck by a suspected drunken driver while they were enjoying their spring break, according to a family member of one of the victims.

Easter egg hunt for grownups at Winchester Cultural Center
 
Easter egg hunt for grownups at Winchester Cultural Center

Winchester Cultural Center hosted the “Mad Hatter Egg Hunt” event for those over 50. It included a tea party, bonnet parade and bunny hop dance. K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal

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