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Army veteran dies nearly a week after beating

An Army veteran beaten by a man he met at a North Carolina bar died Saturday afternoon, nearly a week after being hospitalized with burns so bad that parts of both arms had to be amputated, police and his partner said.

One dead in shooting near Lake Mead and Jones

Las Vegas police are investigating the shooting death of a person at an apartment complex at 5801 W. Lake Mead Blvd., near North Jones Boulevard.

Storm keeping hockey afloat in desert

Las Vegas might be getting an NHL franchise soon, but the NHL probably can’t match the charm of the Western States Hockey League. A Las Vegas Storm game at the Las Vegas Ice Center smacks of hockey played on a frozen pond, only with a Zamboni coming out between periods.

Rebels flattened at BYU, 42-23

Brigham Young took advantage of several missed opportunities by UNLV to beat the Rebels, 42-23. Rebels quarterback Blake Decker was injured in the third quarter and didn’t return.

UNLV professor finds new voice in Great Courses

John Bowers’ teaching honors include UNLV’s Barrick Distinguished Scholar Award and a Guggenheim Fellowship and he has written scholarly works about literary classics and canonical authors. Almost through serendipity the English professor reached out to a much wider audience through The Great Courses.

5k run brings out young and old — PHOTOS

The Rock ‘n’ Roll 5k run brought out runners of all kinds Saturday night. The race started at 6 p.m. on streets surrounding the SLS Hotel at Las Vegas Boulevard and Sahara Avenue.

DIVISION I VOLLEYBALL: Cougars claim second straight crown

RENO — The first set of Saturday’s Division I state championship girls volleyball match between Coronado and Shadow Ridge had five sets written all over it.

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