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Clark County considers banning Strip newsracks

Newsracks offering up everything from an Italian-American newspaper to advertisements promoting adult services and entertainment might soon be extinct on the world-famous Strip.

One of winner’s many hugs reserved for man behind bull

On Saturday night, after he posted a rousing score of 90.75 aboard a snorting hunk of beast called Breakdown to take control of these PBR World Finals at the Thomas &Mack Center, the bull rider J.B. Mauney from North Carolina had some huggin’ to do.

No matter the trip, always buckle up

On this morning I did it again. And I did it even after talking with Kelly Thomas Boyers the day before.

Dragons deliver optimistic vibes

Singing from the back of his heels with arms outstretched, Dan Reynolds looked like the letter “T” confronting a stiff wind, said gale spreading the guy’s good cheer like the seeds from a dandelion clock.

EDITORIAL: Get to bottom of police contract talks

Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie was furious earlier this month when Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak accused the valley’s top cop of working with the officers’ union and an arbitrator to rig the bargaining process and secure police pay raises. Mr. Gillespie was equally angry that Mr. Sisolak did not first call him to share his concerns about the arbitration hearings.

Defender wants off Ammar Harris trial

The Special Public Defender’s Office is seeking to withdraw from representing Ammar Harris, a self-proclaimed pimp who is charged in a Strip shooting that killed three people.

Downtown Las Vegas’ newest resort opens

Seth Schorr’s vision for the Downtown Grand Las Vegas was always different from the typical resort. The hotel-casino, which blends into the urban core of downtown more than other properties, opened on Sunday as the first guests checked in, restaurants opened, and the race and sports book took its first bet.

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