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Vegas constable settles with fired deputy

Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura has settled a lawsuit with a former deputy who had sued him after being fired.

Education reality worse than numbers show

It’s no secret Nevada schools are doing poorly, “remaining at the bottom of all those lists,” but that’s not the entire picture, said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dale Erquiaga on Wednesday. The truth is even worse than the stats would have you believe, he added.

Vegas cop in shooting was veteran sergeant

Las Vegas police on Wednesday identified the officer who shot a knife-wielding man after a domestic dispute. Kyle Kuhn, 31, was wearing a mask when he advanced toward police Monday holding a knife before being shot by Sgt. Sara Bradshaw, 45, police said.

Delay sought for HOA fraud trial

Defense lawyers for the six defendants charged in the massive scheme to take over homeowners associations, including alleged mastermind Leon Benzer, have asked to delay the Oct. 14 federal trial up to six months.

Lingerie football player sues league over pay

A former Las Vegas Sin player has filed a class-action lawsuit accusing the Legends Football League, formerly the Lingerie Football League, of failing to pay the required minimum wage and overtime to hundreds of employees.

Victim of Strip shooting still in pain seven years later

Seven years after gunfire struck her on the Strip, Brittany O’Dale said she still endures pain every day. “It’s just been an ongoing horror since then,” she testified Wednesday in the trial for the alleged gunman, reputed Las Vegas gang member Robert Jackson.

Reids complete move to Anthem

On U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s to-do list during the Senate’s summer break: Unpack at his new home in Henderson.

Subs join new-teacher orientation in Vegas

More than 350 long-term substitutes joined more than 1,200 newly hired teachers to take part in orientation as the district works to fill a shortage of more than 600 teachers.

Decision time for I-15’s Project Neon

The state Transportation Board, with Gov. Brian Sandoval as chairman, is expected to decide how to move forward with the project, which could end up costing as much as $1.3 billion and be the largest in the history of the state Department of Transportation.

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