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Man charged in killing of 8-year-old Arizona girl

Shortly before 8-year-old Isabella Grogan-Cannella was reported missing Tuesday, she was playing hide-and-seek with the family friend now charged in her disappearance and death.

Metro officer hit, dragged during stop

A Metro police officer was struck and dragged in a hit-and-run in the south valley Thursday afternoon. The officer was hit by the vehicle near Eastern Avenue and Windmill Lane about 5:55 p.m. while investigating a separate crash, police said.

Nevada regents vote to continue campus pot ban

The state’s public college campuses plan to continue to ban pot even as Nevada is moving toward opening its first medical marijuana dispensaries early next year, the Board of Regents indicated Thursday.

View artist Mike Miller shares the joys of his life

Mike Miller has drawn his last cartoon for View. He spoke recently from a hospice in Southern California and was in good spirits.

Nevada’s share of Tesla plant could hit $1.3 billion

Gov. Brian Sandoval will ask state lawmakers next week to approve a deal to bring a Tesla battery plant to Nevada that will result in essentially no taxes being collected from the electric car manufacturer for nearly a decade.

Defendants found not guilty in skinhead murder case

Two men were acquitted of first-degree murder Thursday in the 1998 shooting deaths of two men who supported racial unity. The federal jury sat through a two-week trial in Las Vegas before returning its verdicts in the case against Ross Hack, 42, and Leland Jones, 33.

 
Clinton praises Nevada as clean energy leader

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton proclaimed Thursday that the United States could become the “clean energy superpower” of the world if the nation and states such as Nevada lead in developing renewable energy sources from solar, wind and geothermal power.

UMC fights report in employee pay lawsuit

University Medical Center attorneys are fighting a critical report on the hospital tied to a class-action lawsuit from employees seeking compensation for working during unpaid lunch breaks.

Literary Las Vegas: Donald A. Ozello

Las Vegas-based chiropractor Donald A. Ozello insists, “Running-associated injuries are preventable and manageable with smart training principles, proper warm-up, quality footwear, overall body conditioning, a thorough cool-down and intelligent nutritional and supplementation strategies.”

Mom pleads guilty in abuse of 7-year-old son who died

A Las Vegas mother accused of allowing her 7-year-old son to be beaten to death has pleaded guilty to child abuse charges, and is expected to testify in the murder trial of the boy’s stepdad.

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