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Titus, Mexican officials meet on border

U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., joined a handful of lawmakers from the United States and Mexico at the border on Friday to talk about the surge north of unaccompanied children from Central America.

 
Uzi victim’s family reaches out to girl

The ex-wife of an Arizona shooting range instructor accidentally killed by a 9-year-old girl learning to use an Uzi said Friday that her family plans to write the child a letter to comfort her.

Reid’s name removed from Utah center

Southern Utah University is removing U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s name from the school’s Outdoor Engagement Center after several donors said they’d contribute money if the name was changed.

 
Grand jury indicts Las Vegas mom accused of shooting son

A Las Vegas mother charged with shooting her son in the head was indicted Friday by a Clark County grand jury. Shavon Carrillo, 31, who also goes by Shavon Aguilar, faces a charge of attempted murder and three charges of child abuse.

Restored railroad offers trip back in time

Of all the ways there are to celebrate Nevada’s history in the run-up to state’s 150th birthday, few feel more like a time machine than a ride along the Comstock on the Virginia & Truckee Railroad.

Sparks police cleared in fatal shooting

Two Sparks police officers were justified when they fatally shot a woman who pointed a gun at them at her home near an elementary school, Washoe County District Attorney Dick Gammick said in a report released Thursday.

2 OK after Northern Nevada copter crash

Two people escaped with minor injuries after their helicopter crash-landed south of Gardnerville in Northern Nevada early this week.

NV Energy OK’d to tap low-cost energy resources

State utility regulators have approved a request by NV Energy to participate in a regional Energy Imbalance Market to take advantage of low-cost energy resources.

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