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Ex-Sunrise nurses won’t face prosecution in infant’s death

Two former Sunrise Hospital nurses fired in connection with the July 2, 2010, death of 2-month-old Miowne Obote will not be prosecuted and police have closed the case, according to court documents.

Party leaves mess after The Act ends

Surveillance cameras may be the key to what happened in the final wild hours of The Act, which was shut down over the weekend.

Debt ceiling deadline leaves only one good plan

Welcome to debt-ceiling eve! Thursday is the day when the secretary of the treasury says the government will run out of borrowing authority and run into trouble paying its bills.

EDITORIAL: Commissioner, sheriff show need for open public employee contract talks

The ongoing policy dispute between the Clark County Commission and the Metropolitan Police Department over public safety funding got very personal last week when board Chairman Steve Sisolak accused Sheriff Doug Gillespie of colluding with the officers’ union and an arbitrator to give officers pay raises.

EDITORIAL: We can be heroes

The news is more likely to make you sick than make you smile. Thank your elected officials for the shutdown theater, debt ceiling drama and health insurance hikes, as well as the political posturing and bickering that accompany such issues. Want some fresh air to escape this nonsense? Sorry, Red Rock Canyon and Lake Mead are closed. You’re perfectly justified to ask: Does anything good ever happen anymore?

Hurdles don’t keep Bryant from crown

Most golfers can’t overcome adversities like a rugged course, chilly winds, an 11 on a par-4 hole or a four-shot deficit with five holes to play.

Penner transitions well from UNLV to professional career

Kevin Penner is trying to work his way onto the PGA Tour, and the former UNLV star is hoping a good week at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open will help him get there quicker.

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