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Six hurt in multivehicle crash on U.S. 95, southbound lanes closed at Jones

An accident involving several vehicles has ensnared traffic on the southbound lanes of U.S. Highway 95 near Valley View Boulevard tonight. The highway is closed at Jones Boulevard and is not expected to reopen for at least one to two hours, according to officials.

Same promise, different result for councilmen Ross, Wolfson

After Las Vegas officials approved higher salaries for the mayor and City Council, Councilmen Steve Ross and Steve Wolfson promised that, if re-elected, they would not accept the higher salary.

GOP, Reid headed for more conflict over Yucca, nuclear waste

WASHINGTON — A new Republican majority in the House is poised to assert itself on nuclear waste matters in the upcoming Congress, with newly re-elected Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada set to guard again that the Yucca Mountain repository plan is not revived.

Legislator wants specialty license plate honoring Tea Party

CARSON CITY — Nevada has special license plates honoring wild horses, Hoover Dam and 23 other causes.
Assemblyman Ed Goedhart, R-Amargosa Valley, figures now is the time to honor the newest cause, the Tea Party.

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