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Metro used federal program to get military helicopters, equipment

Las Vegas police have used a controversial military surplus program known as “1033” to get equipment including including helicopters, remote-operated robots, tourniquets and storage containers.

Six-officer team keeps the peace on Mount Charleston

Metro police Sgt. Andy LeGrow leads a six-officer unit that works out of a double-wide trailer on the north side of Kyle Canyon Road, keeping the peace on Mount Charleston and surrounding communities

County could ban glass drink containers on Strip

The Strip is famous for allowing what often isn’t allowed elsewhere — strolling with a glass drink in hand among them. It’s the one piece of real estate where oversized margarita drinks don’t raise eyebrows among pedestrians. But one indulgence might disappear from the Strip’s sidewalks in the name of public safety: drinks in glass containers.

Labor Day campaign trails cross in Nevada

This Labor Day weekend, the two top candidates for lieutenant governor, Lucy Flores and Mark Hutchison, were sure to cross paths as they made the campaign circuit of parades, fairs, pancake breakfasts and rib cook-offs across Nevada.

Vegas chimp having fun in retirement

A natural curiosity led to disaster when two chimpanzees escaped from their northwest Las Valley Valley home two years ago, but now the surviving primate is loving her life at an Oregon sanctuary.

2 injured in Mt. Charleston ATV accident

Two people sustained head and spinal injuries and had to be airlifted from Wheeler Pass Sunday morning following an ATV accident.

Man found dead in Henderson roadway identified

The man who was found dead in a Henderson roadway early Saturday morning was identified Sunday by the Clark County coroner’s office.

Man loses leg in early morning freeway crash

One man lost his leg in a Sunday morning crash on northbound U.S. Highway 95, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.

Mendoza teacher honored for classroom innovation

Justin Brecht’s innovative approach to teaching fifth-graders at Mendoza Elementary School garnered him the title of Clark County Educator of the Year for 2013-14 in a program sponsored by the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Sierra Nevada College.

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