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1 wounded in south Las Vegas shooting

A shooting at a south Las Vegas home on Monday has put one person in the hospital and another in custody, according to Las Vegas police.

Henderson considers grant to study feasibility of new crime lab

The Henderson City Council on Tuesday will consider approval of a $70,000 community-funded grant to evaluate the needs, programming, feasibility and cost of constructing and equipping a new crime lab for the police department.

North Las Vegas police investigating ‘gruesome’ homicide scene

North Las Vegas police checking on a mother and daughter reported missing discovered a “gruesome” homicide scene inside a northeast valley home on Monday that has investigators questioning how many bodies are involved.

Nevada’s same-sex marriage ban still could end up in high court

A court challenge to Nevada’s ban on same-sex marriage is no longer at the top of the queue in efforts nationally to legalize gay unions after a hearing date initially set by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for April 9 was postponed but the Nevada case is still in the mix as more courts around the country continue to weigh in on the controversial issue, a lawyer for Lambda Legal said last week.

Private massage ends in arrest

Christina Lafave did the time. Now she’s charged with the crime.

Coroner’s office IDs man found shot to death in Las Vegas

The Las Vegas man found shot to death in a southwest valley parking lot Thursday night has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office as Gagik Tulbendhyan, 28.

Funnyman George Wallace gets serious at Bellagio lawsuit hearing

Comedian George Wallace took the witness stand Thursday in his personal injury case against the Bellagio, but he has not yet told jurors about the Dec. 8, 2007, incident that led to his lawsuit.

Raffled puppies heading to new homes

The puppies rescued from a January pet shop fire started going to their new homes Thursday morning. The first three winners of a raffle to find owners for the 25 canines got to meet their furry friends about 10 a.m.

$9 million judgment upheld in Crazy Horse Too assault

The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a $9 million judgment against former topless club owner Rick Rizzolo stemming from a 2001 altercation over an $80 bar tab that left a Kansas man a quadriplegic.

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