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Arena builder takes shot at landing NBA for Las Vegas

The groundbreaking for Jackie Robinson’s $1.4 billion arena and hotel project on the Strip on Wednesday fueled talk that the National Basketball Association will have a team in Las Vegas one day.

Man shot in northwest valley

A man was hospitalized Wednesday after being shot in the northwest valley, Las Vegas police said. Just before 8 p.m., police were called to the 2000 block of Winwood Street, near Jones and Lake Mead boulevards. Upon arrival, officers found the wounded man.

NLV city manager candidates questioned by council

North Las Vegas City Council members kept their questions general and broad for two candidates vying to be city manager during Wednesday’s meeting.

Pastors, parents call for answers on Kelly Elementary cheating probe

A group of local pastors, parents and community leaders called Wednesday on the Clark County School District to break its months-long silence regarding the alleged test score scandal at Kelly Elementary School.

 
Suge Knight arrested in Las Vegas

Rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight was arrested in Las Vegas on Wednesday in connection with a robbery charge, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

Tucson area offers beautiful weather, flora and fauna

Longtime Southern Nevadans who love the Mojave Desert nevertheless often develop a desire to explore other arid landscapes. Typically, they dream of the Sonoran Desert, whose scenery may have inspired them to live in the Southwest. An excellent place to fulfill that desire is in and around Tucson, Ariz. There are dozens of places to take in the flora and fauna, but two places stand out: Saguaro National Park and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, which has one of the world’s best zoos.

 
Judge: Uber ride sharing can roll on, for now

The controversial ride-sharing company Uber can continue to operate in Southern Nevada, a Las Vegas judge ruled today. District Judge Douglas Herndon made the ruling from the bench after holding a hearing on the matter.

Reid: Moapa energy decision a setback for Nevadans

U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said Wednesday that a decision by the Nevada Public Utilities Commission to reject a 200-megawatt solar project on the Moapa River Paiute Indian Reservation is a setback for all Nevadans.

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