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Henderson police seek missing mentally challenged man

Henderson police are searching for 45-year-old German Ramos, a missing mentally challenged man last seen Tuesday afternoon near his Henderson home.

FBI head says no new threats for Las Vegas

Despite unsettling events in the Middle East, Las Vegas does not face new threats of terrorism, FBI Director James B. Comey said Tuesday during a brief visit here.

Bail set for teen accused of striking officer with vehicle

A judge set bail at $120,000 on Tuesday for a teenager charged with attempted murder in connection with a hit-and-run crash that left a Las Vegas police officer injured.

Man accused in Oregon nightclub shooting arrested in Vegas

Police say 23-year-old Xavier Bolden, indicted in last November’s fatal shooting of a man outside a northeast Portland nightclub, has been arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Beers: Stadium study has ‘$4 million hole’

Las Vegas Councilman Bob Beers has asked city officials to look into what he is calling a “$4 million hole” in a soccer stadium feasibility study given to council members on Sunday.

Henderson City Council approves employee contracts

The Henderson City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved contract modifications and two-year extensions for three bargaining units represented by Teamsters Local 14.

Immigration advocates arrested outside Reid office

A half-dozen protesters unhappy with President Barack Obama delaying immigration reform were arrested outside an unusual political target Tuesday — one of U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s Capitol offices.

Woman dies in two-vehicle accident on 215 Beltway

A woman died early Tuesday morning after a wrong-way driver crashed into her on the 215 Beltway near Windmill Parkway, Nevada Highway Patrol said.

San Antonio says its Tesla bid surpassed Nevada’s

San Antonio’s economic development czar says the Alamo City’s bid for Tesla’s proposed $5 billion battery factory was superior to the state of Nevada’s, and that was even without any additional incentives from the state of Texas.

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