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Boy pulls baby brother from window during home invasion

An 11-year-old boy’s backyard bike ride took a serious turn Sunday after a man running from police jumped the wall and invaded his family’s northeast valley home, Las Vegas police say.

Henderson boy suffered ‘mysterious’ bruises days before death

In the days leading up to his death, 2-year-old Brodie Aschenbrenner would “throw tantrums” and “freak out” whenever he saw his mother’s live-in boyfriend, Michael Alan Lee, a prosecutor told a Clark County jury Tuesday.

Family Services union petitions to improve child welfare

Citing large caseloads and unsafe conditions for workers and children, hundreds of Clark County Department of Family Services’ employees petitioned for agency improvements on Tuesday.

Police: Facebook message leads to fatal shooting

A flirtatious birthday message on Facebook led to fighting and killing in the street last month, Las Vegas police said. Police arrested 20-year-old Rodolfo Orejel on Monday in connection with the killing of Keena Day on the night of July 27.

Vegas video: Car swept away, woman rescued

Amateur footage shot after an afternoon downpour north of Las Vegas captures the power of flash flood waters.

Calif. woman gets 57 months for mortgage fraud

A California woman convicted of mortgage fraud earlier this year was sentenced to 57 months in a federal prison and ordered to pay approximately $1.1 million in restitution.

VA to build outpatient clinic in Pahrump

The Department of Veterans Affairs will build an outpatient clinic in Pahrump, members of Nevada’s congressional delegation said Tuesday.

Man who shot himself after police standoff ID’d

The Las Vegas man police said shot himself during a standoff with a SWAT team Friday night has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.

Clark County continues talk on UMC secrecy

Clark County commissioners have varying comfort levels with the idea of giving the public hospital’s board the power to have closed-door meetings to talk about plans and ideas that would interest competitors.

Malaysian man pleads not guilty in World Cup betting case

Malaysian businessman Wei Seng “Paul” Phua, the man authorities consider the ringleader of a multimillion-dollar World Cup betting scheme, pleaded not guilty in federal court Tuesday to illegal gambling charges.

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