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Veterans say legitimate claims routinely denied or ignored

Veterans have come forward with complaints about tactics employed by the Veterans Benefits Administration, which demands that veterans prove their injuries were service-related but can deny claims without proving anything.

Man mowed down at car wash doesn’t recall being hit

A Las Vegas car wash employee says he does not recall the moment a car plowed into his back and another man’s leg before speeding off while they were cleaning another car Thursday afternoon.

North Las Vegas cop who was fired, rehired, is fired again

A North Las Vegas police officer who was fired in 2007 won his job back in September, along with back pay and attorney’s fees estimated at $500,000. Then in November, the city fired Timothy Frabbiele the day after they reinstated him.

High Roller feels the love: 12/13/14

Lyle and Daphne Hoffman of Las Vegas renewed their vows after 32 years of marriage Saturday. On a special day, at a special place and with special friends.

Snow tickles Vegas mountains, expected to quickly melt

Overnight snow produced enough of a dusting to stick on Mount Charleston and the Sheep Range mountains. But National Weather Service meteorologist Chris Outler said sunny skies on Sunday and Monday will likely prevent any further snow until Tuesday.

Nevada GOP leaders warn rebellious Assembly members of recalls

The Nevada Republican Party Executive Board on Saturday passed a resolution calling for rebellious members of the Assembly GOP caucus to unite or face recall elections.

1 injured in Blue Diamond rollover

One man was injured when a sport utility vehicle rolled over on Blue Diamond Road, near state Route 159, on Saturday afternoon.

Medical pot lawsuits grow but weed doesn’t in Vegas

The first medical marijuana dispensary in Nevada is yet to open, but the lawsuits are already flying as applicants jockey for a starting position in the state’s green gold rush.