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Nevada charter schools log record growth

The reach of Nevada’s charter schools has stretched to a record 20,000 students, up from the 16,000 students enrolled last school year, according to the Nevada State Public Charter School Authority.

Guilty conscience brings confession in skinhead murder case

It was a hot day in 2011 when Danny Hartung walked into the U.S. attorney’s office in downtown Las Vegas. He asked to speak with prosecutor Kathleen Bliss. “I knew that there was going to be something big, just because of the way he looked,” Bliss recalled.

Woman shot in North Las Vegas

A woman was critically injured in a north valley shooting on Friday, North Las Vegas police said. Officers were called to the 2600 block of Small Mountain Avenue, near West Ann Road, about 7:30 p.m., police said.

Police officer injured in crash on U.S 95 traffic

The left lanes on southbound U.S Highway 95 near Las Vegas Boulevard were blocked Friday afternoon after a Metro cruiser crash, Las Vegas police said.

Bullhead City girl strangled, medical examiner says

Isabella Grogan-Cannella, the missing 8-year-old girl who was found in a shallow grave less than a mile from her Bullhead City, Ariz. home, was strangled to death, the Mohave County medical examiner announced Friday.

Past informant sentenced to life in prison

A violent gang member charged with killing a man after his release from jail at the request of an FBI-led task force was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole.

Rain on its way to Las Vegas

Rain is on the way, according to the National Weather Service.

Power outage affects south valley

More than 1,200 residences were without electricity in the south valley Friday afternoon following an outage, according to NV Energy.

First Friday to host harvest festival Sept. 5

For September, First Friday arts festival planners are set to put on a Harvest Festival celebrating the bounty of the fall season.

Employee on leave after Reno museum fire

An employee at a Reno science museum has been placed on leave after firefighters concluded her error during a tornado demonstration led to a flash fire that injured 13 people.

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