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$2.2 million OK’d for unanticipated Nevada prison medical claims

State lawmakers have given final approval to a nearly $2.2 million request from the Department of Corrections to cover unanticipated inmate medical claims for the current fiscal year.

Las Vegas police seek public’s help in finding shooter in Thursday attack

Las Vegas police said the man who died was walking in the 1700 block of Curran Way, near the intersection of H Street and Owens Avenue, talking with an unknown male when the attack happened. Detectives believe the suspect approached and fired several shots before running fleeing.

Collins manages to insult Utahns with comments on Bundy roundup

The Clark County Commission is taking a look at the decorum of Commissioner Tom Collins, who fears the dispute at Cliven Bundy’s ranch that has drawn protesters from other states might turn violent and isn’t afraid to be frank about his warning.

Utah brothers detained by feds for crossing ‘trespass cattle’ area

Two brothers from St. George, Utah, were detained and cited by federal authorities Thursday afternoon as they crossed into an area closed for the ongoing roundup of “trespass cattle” on public land in northeastern Clark County.

Judicial politics, Actos civil trial intersect

With a potential multibillion-dollar verdict hanging in the balance, the civil trial pitting two cancer victims against diabetes drug maker Takeda Pharmaceuticals continues this week in District Judge Kerry Earley’s courtroom.

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