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ACLU demands rules on prosecutors paying witnesses’ rent

The head of the ACLU of Nevada called on the state attorney general Tuesday to establish guidelines on how prosecution-run victim funds should be used, in lieu of an outright investigation into the practice.

153 of hoarder’s cats euthanized since 2010

A total of 153 of the 165 cats removed by Las Vegas Animal Control since 2010 from the home of cat hoarder Diane Dejongh were euthanized, some because of ill health, others because they were feral cats that were not adoptable.

Rain delay doesn’t dampen enthusiasm for Burning Man

Burning Man organizers announce end to rain delay and welcome attendees to the weeklong Northern Nevada rave in the wilderness. By midmorning Tuesday all but a few dozen of the RVs were back on the road again, and by most accounts, no worse for the wear.

Defense starts in skinhead murder case

Murder defendant Ross Hack began presenting his case Tuesday during a federal trial that stems from two 1998 shooting deaths. Hack is standing trial with co-defendant Leland Jones in the Las Vegas case. According to trial testimony, both men were associated with neo-Nazi skinhead groups at the time of the killings.

Chaltiel, businessman, mayoral candidate dies at 72

Victor Chaltiel, a businessman and member of the Las Vegas Sands Corp. board of directors, who ran unsuccessfully for Mayor of Las Vegas, died of cancer Monday.

Federal prosecutor, special agent honored for cyber work

A Las Vegas-based federal prosecutor and a Homeland Security agent have been honored for their work on a global cyber-crime investigation, the U.S Department of Justice announced Tuesday.

Man, woman arrested in Aug. 17 stabbing death

Police arrested two suspects Monday in connection to the stabbing death of a Las Vegas man on last week, Clark County booking records show.