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Rain brings relief for drought-stricken valley

Don’t leave home without an umbrella and a coat on Tuesday because rain is likely coming to the valley, according to the National Weather Service.

Vehicle hits Henderson post office

HENDERSON (AP) — Police say nobody was injured after a man drove through the front of a post office in Henderson. City spokeswoman Kathleen Richards says the crash happened at about 1 p.m. Tuesday on St. Rose Parkway near Eastern Avenue.

West valley hit and run injures 2 people

A man and woman, both in their 80s, were hospitalized after they were struck by a car in a Tuesday evening hit-and-run crash in the west valley, according to Las Vegas police.

Lawyer: Driver who fatally struck man pushing stroller has surrendered

The woman who said through a lawyer that she believes she was the driver in a hit-and-run crash that killed a Las Vegas man who was pushing his grandchild in a stroller has surrendered to police, according to an attorney.

HOA defense lawyer probing how Review-Journal got now-secret documents

In a move criticized by former federal prosecutors, defense lawyers in the homeowners association fraud case are looking into whether the Las Vegas Review-Journal improperly obtained now-secret government reports on failed plea negotiations with the lead defendant.

Man killed in Strip stabbing was ‘pantyhose prankster’

A man known as the “pantyhose prankster” behind thousands of random, lurid phone calls on the East Coast died Nov. 25 after police said he was stabbed in a scuffle over a change jar on the Strip.

Vegas VA scheduling practices meet requirements

The VA’s Southern Nevada Healthcare System passed an unannounced review of its scheduling practices for timely care with flying colors, VA officials said Tuesday.

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