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Clark County moves to recruit more foster families

Multiple efforts are now underway to multiply the number of families that can offer stable temporary homes to abused and neglected children.

Obama adds Shadow Creek to his golfing hit list

President Barack Obama spoke about immigration for 33 minutes at Del Sol High School a week ago Friday, then followed it up over the weekend playing golf at two of the most impressive courses in Southern Nevada.

Medical marijuana a growing choice of PTSD victims

A growing number of Nevada veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder are choosing medical marijuana to help them heal.

4 men arrested in Reno-area burglary ring

Four men have been arrested in connection with more than 100 residential and vehicle burglaries in the Reno area over the last month.

Downtown Summerlin’s cool spot: Rock Rink

As soon as the sun set, the lights took over. The ice skating rink in Downtown Summerlin was ready to make your shopping experience a little brighter.

Abortion issue returning to Nevada Legislature in 2015

A Nevada law on the books for 30 years requires girls younger than 18 to tell at least one of their parents before getting an abortion, but it’s never been enforced because of a successful legal challenge.

Nevada mulling dramatic crackdown on low-performing schools

Nevada’s underperforming public schools are about to feel the squeeze from state education officials who have long identified the chronic strugglers but have done little more than watch them.

Nevada awaits guardrail safety analysis

The Nevada Transportation Department is awaiting results of safety study after deciding earlier this year not to install any more of Trinity Highway Products’ ET-Plus guardrails, which have been blamed on passenger injuries in other states.

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