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Southbound I-15 near Mesquite reopens

Interstate 15 near Mesquite has reopened after a highway patrol chase that started in Utah closed it earlier in the day.

Congress breaks with no revival for jobless plan

Members of Congress are going home on Thursday for a five-week summer recess and are further away than ever from reviving unemployment benefits that expired eight months ago for thousands of long-term jobless.

Exhibit shows road to Nevada statehood

On a warm thunderstorm-filled day Wednesday, the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno previewed “The 36th Star: Nevada’s Journey from Territory to State,” an exhibit celebrating 150 years of statehood for the Battle Born state.

Coroner IDs attacker killed by Henderson police

The man who was killed by Henderson police on Tuesday was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office on Monday as Jesse Vigil, 51.

Senate advances Moapa Paiute reservation expansion

With a small adjustment, a bill that would add 26,000 acres to the reservation of the Moapa Band of Paiutes moved forward in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.

Police: Burglars-turned-killers terrorized neighborhood

Police say they were professional burglars who quickly became cold-blooded killers. Cody David Winters, 27, also known as “Havoc,” and Natasha Galenn Jackson, 35, terrorized a southeast Las Vegas neighborhood Tuesday, police said, choosing their victims at random in a frantic attempt to escape capture.

Sparks man competent for trial in trespass killing

A judge has found a 73-year-old Sparks man competent to stand trial for murder in the fatal shooting of an unarmed trespasser the former schoolteacher insists was justified under Nevada’s “stand your ground” law.

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