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Jeopardy! James competes with G2E attendees
 
Jeopardy! James competes with G2E attendees

Jeopardy! champ James Holzhauer, appears at the G2E IGT booth to help celebrate launch of Jeopardy! slot machines and compete against attendees in mock games of Jeopardy!

Cat survives 15-mile commute in car bumper
 
Cat survives 15-mile commute in car bumper

A Las Vegas Review-Journal employee was surprised to learn she had a passenger during her 15.5-mile commute to the office on a September Sunday. (Tony Morales & James Schaeffer/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Paul Browning Released from Ely State Prison – VIDEO
 
Paul Browning Released from Ely State Prison – VIDEO

Paul Browning greets his mother, Betty Browning, after being released from Ely State Prison. Browning served 33 years on Nevada’s death row. (Rachel Crosby/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Behind the scenes at Broadacres Marketplace
 
Behind the scenes at Broadacres Marketplace

Evelyn Sanchez, Broadacres Marketplace marketing and event director, talks about the offerings at the dynamic swap meet in Las Vegas. (Jason Bracelin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Teen talks about alleged sexual assault at Las Vegas grocery store
 
Teen talks about alleged sexual assault at Las Vegas grocery store

A 17-year old says she was groped and then sexually assaulted by a loss-prevention specialist at an Albertsons store in east Las Vegas. The subject’s voice has been distorted to protect her identity. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

CCSD superintendent says dean positions will not be eliminated
 
CCSD superintendent says dean positions will not be eliminated

Clark County School District Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara discusses budget adjustments for the district after listening sessions with principals, teachers and support professionals. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Apollo crews trained at Nevada Test Site before moon landing
 
Apollo crews trained at Nevada Test Site before moon landing

Before Neil Armstrong made his historic step onto the lunar surface, he and his fellow Apollo 11 crew members had spent three days training and exploring the man-made craters at the Nevada Test Site north of Las Vegas. The crews of Apollo 14, 15, 16 and 17 also trained at the site. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)

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