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Girls’ testimonies describe torture by adoptive parents

During a June preliminary hearing that was closed to the public, the three girls described ongoing torture at the hands of the Solanders, according to the court transcripts made public earlier this month.

High fashion, expense for Hillary travel

Hillary Clinton travels in style, but doesn’t travel alone. According to her contract and supporting documents concerning her Oct. 13 speech at a University of Nevada, Las Vegas Foundation fundraiser, the former first lady relies on travel aides, private jets and presidential suites.

Vegas man died in standoff by cutting wrist

The Clark County coroner’s office on Saturday released the cause of death for a 63-year-old man who killed himself during a police standoff earlier this month — a cut on his wrist.

Woman dies in Nye County U.S. 95 car rollover

A 37-year-old woman died Friday afternoon when her Mercedes overturned on U.S. Highway 95 in Nye County, Nevada Highway Patrol said.

Free food market planned in Vegas

Lutheran Social Services of Nevada will hold a free, open-air food market for low-income families and seniors Thursday.

Police seek man in fatal west valley shooting

Las Vegas police are looking for a man in connection with an early morning shooting that left one woman dead and one woman hospitalized.

Vigilance required as school restarts in Vegas

While thousands of local parents may be pleased to get their kids out of the house, the upcoming first day of school also means motorists are going to have to be extra vigilant when we drive to and from work on the daily commute.

Accounting firm Kafoury Armstrong fined, put on probation

Kafoury Armstrong & Co., a Nevada certified public accounting firm that does business with the state and many local governments, has been fined $25,000 and placed on two years’ probation by the state Board of Accountancy.

Downtown Summerlin could set standard for mixed-use projects in US

which has been many years in the making and survived an economic collapse of unparalleled proportion for Las Vegas, may be the first section of the most exciting and innovative “mixed use” project of its kind in America.