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‘Supermoon’ returns to skies Sunday

If you’re up late Sunday evening, head outside and take a look at the moon — it may look bigger and brighter than usual.

Nevada campaigns take control of bothersome trackers

In the race for the 3rd Congressional District in Southern Nevada, the candidates or their supporters might have found a solution to bothersome and politically dangerous trackers: tell them they can’t videotape an event because it’s private.

Man arrested for hitting bicyclist with vehicle

A man, who Las Vegas police say was intoxicated, was arrested Sunday evening after his vehicle struck a bicyclist near the Strip.

Activist seeks Taxicab Authority administrator’s ouster

A community activist working with a Southern Nevada organization that monitors local government has filed a complaint against the Nevada Taxicab Authority’s administrator with the Public Integrity Unit of the state attorney general’s office.

Rainbow residents optimistic berm will be built

Flash flood victims last week dug out more debris from 2-plus inches of rain that struck their Mount Charleston homes and roadways July 28, knowing that they could be tested again, and yet some of them are voicing optimism that the state and Clark County will broker a deal leading to a flood diversion project.

Sunset: medical pot busy spot for Henderson

Sunset Road in Henderson might become the main corridor of medical marijuana dispensaries for the city.

Man who died Saturday morning rollover crash identified

Hexiquio Rios, 25, of Las Vegas, was thrown from his vehicle after it ran into the back of another car on U.S. Highway 95 and rolled several times, according to Las Vegas police.

Flood danger: There’s a new app for that

Las Vegas motorists seem to be getting smarter about being aware of flood warnings from the Clark County Regional Flood Control District and the National Weather Service, and if that’s not enough, a new app is out.

Critics question state finding of cheating at CCSD school

The state’s 17-month investigation into cheating allegations at Kelly Elementary School yielded no conclusive evidence. Transcripts of subpoenaed testimonies obtained by the Review-Journal, an analysis of the state’s findings and interviews with those privy to the investigation reveal a multi-agency probe that critics claim ignored evidence to arrive at a conclusion of wrongdoing by school staff.