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State Senate Democrats choose Ford as minority leader

Senate Democrats, who lost their majority in the Nov. 4 general election that saw major Republican victories across the state, picked Sen. Aaron Ford of Las Vegas on Tuesday as their minority leader for the 2015 legislative session.

Traffic checkpoint targets seat belt safety

North Las Vegas first responders, Sunrise Children’s Hospital and Medical Center and a non-profit organization will conduct a traffic checkpoint Wednesday morning to encourage the proper wearing of seat belts, North Las Vegas police announced.

Right-of-way settlement advances Project Neon

A right-of-way settlement for Project Neon has been reached for just more than a half acre of undeveloped land at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Alta Drive. The Transportation Department board of directors unanimously approved a $716,600 settlement agreement on Monday.

Body found in dumpster near Durango and Sahara

The body of an elderly man was found in an apartment complex dumpster Tuesday, but Las Vegas police investigators don’t suspect foul play.

Las Vegas teen saw 27 doctors before being diagnosed with PANDAS

At 14, southwest Las Vegas resident Diego Gonzalez is living a life he could barely imagine a year ago. He is a disc jockey and a producer, appearing in front of crowds numbering in the thousands.

Applications for state appeals court coming in

Five people have applied so far for three seats on the newly established state appeals court, with the deadline to file Wednesday at 5 p.m.