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Officials: Legislation won’t make off-roaders into relics

President Barack Obama last week signed legislation that designates more than 10,000 acres between Nellis Air Force Base and Apex as the Nellis Dunes Off-Highway-Vehicle Recreation Area. It also conveys 1,211 acres within the recreation area to Clark County to turn into a park for off-road enthusiasts.

Gaming pioneer, civil rights icon Knight Preddy dies

Sarann Knight Preddy, who broke barriers in the gaming culture of Nevada and became a civil rights icon, a prime businesswoman and a key player in the attempted revitalization of the historic Moulin Rouge, died Monday. She was 94.

Reid: Nevada national monument process messy, worth it

People often compare laws to sausages, as in it’s best not to see how they’re made. But U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said Monday he was proud of the way the sausage got made when it came to creation of Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument at the northern edge of the Las Vegas Valley.

Tree trimmer found dead in tree in North Las Vegas

The North Las Vegas Fire Department recovered the body of a tree trimmer Monday who had been trapped in a tree earlier in the day.

Regents’ reaction to Nevada plagiarism scandal mixed

In the aftermath of allegations that the agency charged with overseeing higher education in Nevada plagiarized parts of a think tank’s report, one question is pervasive. What happens next?

Metro IDs man shot by officer Sunday

Las Vegas police have identified the man shot by an officer Sunday afternoon in an east valley condo complex.

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