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Lawyer: Helicopter company must pay for deadly crash

A Las Vegas jury “can make the helicopter tour industry safer” by awarding millions of dollars to the families of four people who died in a 2011 crash, a lawyer argued Thursday.

One killed, another injured in motorcycle crash

A north valley crash left one dead and another critically injured Thursday night, North Las Vegas police said.

Man who crashed truck into Stratosphere commits suicide

The man police say crashed his truck into the front entrance of the Stratosphere last week has committed suicide, according to the Clark County coroner’s office. Ryan Brown, 40, of Fortville, Ind., was on a six-day drug bender Sept. 10 when he crashed a 2004 Ford F-150 through the casino’s glass front doors, Las Vegas police said.

 
Las Vegas police take 100 plants in pot bust

Local and federal narcotics detectives confiscated about $200,000 worth of marijuana plants Thursday in the southwest valley, Las Vegas police said.

1 in custody after barricade situation, shooting

One person was taken into custody nearly five hours after a Las Vegas police SWAT team responded to a barricade situation near Vegas Drive and North Decatur Boulevard.

Democrats file ‘blackout’ complaint against Hardy

The Nevada State Democratic Party on Thursday filed a complaint with the secretary of state’s office against Assemblyman Cresent Hardy for sending out a fundraising invitation for a Sept. 24 event, which would violate a “blackout” period barring incumbent candidates from raising money within 15 days following a special session of the Nevada Legislature.

Contractor sentenced in military secrets case

A former civilian defense contractor working at the U.S. military’s Pacific headquarters was sentenced to prison on Wednesday for divulging military secrets to his Chinese girlfriend and keeping classified documents at his home.

Reid, Heller split on Syria strategy

Nevada’s U.S. senators split Thursday on backing Syrian rebels with arms and training, offering starkly different views as to whether the plan that cleared both houses of Congress might work to repel violent Islamic jihadists in the Middle East.

State faults Cliven Bundy in I-15 cow crash

State transportation officials are refuting rancher Cliven Bundy’s claim that they are ultimately responsible for keeping his cattle off Interstate 15 in northeastern Clark County.

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