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Wahoo’s quest to stay open all night denied

The Henderson City Council in a rare 3-2 vote denied an application from a local restaurant with bar to stay open 24 hours. Councilman John Marz said that Wahoo’s Fish Tacos & More on Horizon Ridge Parkway wants to operate as a tavern, which is not approved for that location, while remaining licensed as a bar.

Man indicted in FBI assault case

A home invasion suspect was indicted by a Las Vegas federal grand jury Tuesday on felony charges of assaulting two FBI agents by ramming his truck into their cars while they were trying to arrest him.

New charge filed against former foster-care worker

A former foster-care worker will face a third charge of open and gross lewdness in a sexual assault case referred to Clark County District Court by a Boulder City justice of the peace on Tuesday.

Father asks court to reconsider in custody case

A Las Vegas father is asking the Nevada Supreme Court to reconsider its recent decision involving his young son’s move to California.

Clark County ‘zoom schools’ boost academic success

Nevada lawmakers’ experiment last school year in giving $17.4 million to 14 Clark County elementary schools that teach English language learning students and post poor academic performance has shown early success.

Guilty plea in federal Las Vegas tax fraud case

A California man pleaded guilty in Las Vegas on Tuesday in a scheme to help people file phony tax returns seeking nearly $800,000 in refunds.

F-35 gets limited OK after fire

The Navy and Air Force have approved a limited return to flight for their new-generation F-35 fighter jet, keeping alive the possibility that it could make an appearance at the Farnborough International Airshow in England this week.

Clark County drastically cuts constables’ pay

The annual salaries of the North Las Vegas and Henderson constables were dropped to $103,456 from, respectively, about $250,000 and $180,000 on Tuesday.

AWOL Nye County inmate arrested

The Nye County inmate who didn’t return to jail after being on work release on Saturday has been found. Jonathan Ross Moncada, 31, left the Nye County Detention Center on Saturday and did not come back when he was supposed to, according to the sheriff’s office.