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State, Clark County tangle over medical pot

Nearly half of the 18 medical marijuana dispensary applications that Clark County commissioners approved have an uncertain fate, as they failed to win state support. The development has brought about frustration and unanswered questions among county officials and applicants who are now in limbo.

Obama to visit Las Vegas on Friday

President Barack Obama is expected to visit Las Vegas on Friday, stopping here after Republicans swept all top state offices and took control of the Legislature in the Nov. 4 election. No details were available about the president’s visit.

Man killed in North Las Vegas shooting

An 18-year-old man is dead after a shooting Tuesday night in North Las Vegas, according to police. Police responded about 6:45 p.m. to a shooting in the area of East Tropical Parkway and North Lawrence Street, west of Losee Road.

4 wounded in North Las Vegas shooting

Four people were wounded in a Tuesday evening shooting in North Las Vegas, police said.

 
Man who stopped crossing guard attack honored

Robert Gibbs wasn’t looking to have a day named in his honor, but Clark County commissioners decided he deserved it.

Regents vote Jessup as new UNLV president

A San Francisco kid with a knack for collegiate fundraising was tapped to lead the University of Nevada, Las Vegas by the state higher education Board of Regents Tuesday.

3 lanes of NB I-15 closed at Tropicana following overpass strike

The left three lanes of Northbound Interstate 15 are closed at Tropicana Avenue after a bulldozer atop a flatbed truck struck the an overpass and sent debris into the freeway, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.

Nevada PERS retirement funding rate improves

The funded ratio of Nevada’s public employee retirement plan improved in fiscal year 2014 over 2013 and now stands at 71.5 percent fully funded, an analysis from an independent actuary shows.

Clark County OKs $2M settlement in foster children abuse

Seven former foster children alleging abuse and neglect in the child welfare system will receive a settlement in excess of $2 million from Clark County.

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