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Juvenile facility reviews security after escape

On April 28, three youth escaped from Red Rock Academy, a state juvenile correction facility in Clark County. The facility, which opened in December, was placed on a corrective action plan. Security flaws were addressed and staff members involved in the incident were disciplined.

Six still wanted by Gaming Control Board

One of Nevada’s seven most-wanted cheats was recently taken into custody at the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Pa. But six remain. Here are their stories. Bright red letters spelling “CAPTURED” now cross out Chahine’s mug shot on the most-wanted list of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, which alerted other states about Chahine’s past. Now six photos remain — criminals still at-large and responsible for thousands in casino theft.

McDonald tells LV vets his plans to fix VA

New VA Secretary Robert McDonald laid out his plans Saturday for fixing the scandal-rocked Department of Veterans Affairs, telling the National Disabled American Veterans convention in Las Vegas “it’s an opportunity we can’t miss nor underestimate.”

Smokey’s birthday celebrated at Mount Charleston

A green birthday cake decorated with trees and candles in the shape of the number 70 commemorated Smokey Bear’s birthday at Mount Charleston on Saturday.

Man charged in Elko Indian colony slaying

A suicidal gunman climbed through the window of a friend’s house at the Elko Indian Colony and asked her to videotape him killing himself before he eventually fatally shot another friend who lived in the home, federal prosecutors say.

Vegas sex offender arrested on border

A convicted sex offender from Las Vegas has been arrested in southern New Mexico near the border for having fraudulent immigration documents.

Hundreds gather for LV walk for homeless

Hundreds of people gathered at the Las Vegas Review-Journal to walk in the shoes of the homeless on Saturday morning.

One Nellis aggressor squadron being deactivated

The next time fighter jets take off from Nellis Air Force Base for a Red Flag air combat exercise there will be fewer would-be “bad guys” to battle.