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Eastern reopens at Viking after collision

Eastern Avenue was shut down Tuesday evening by a crash that sent one person to an area hospital.

Orthopedic surgeon to UNLV athletes dies

The orthopedic surgeon and doctor, who served UNLV’s entire athletics department for four decades, died on Sunday. Dr. Gerald Higgins, who would have been 80 years old in September, has been inducted into both the UNLV Athletics Hall of Fame and the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame.

Nevada pursues Route 160 widening project

Nevada highway officials hope the era of car crashes, injury accidents, road rage and misery on the road to Pahrump is nearing an end.

Police detail shooting of knife-wielding man

The man involved in Monday’s northwest valley officer-involved shooting was prepared for a fight: he wore a mask, carried two butcher knives and had placed a cutting board in his clothing as a shield, Las Vegas police said.

Politics, not law, guide AG under Obama, authors say

The Department of Justice under U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has become beholden to politics, not federal law, under the Obama administration, the authors of a new book said Monday in Las Vegas.

Test shows Henderson manager under legal limit

Henderson Assistant City Manager Fred Horvath was under the legal limit for DUI on Friday, the Review-Journal has learned.

Rain expected in Las Vegas through Wednesday

Soak up as much rain as you can in the next couple of days, Las Vegas. Things are looking dry for the weekend.

Coroner identifies 2 killed in Monday confrontation

The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the two people killed in a Monday domestic violence confrontation and subsequent home invasion.

Defendant in stock-fraud scheme extradited to Las Vegas

After fighting extradition from London for nearly five years, a key defendant in a massive stock-fraud case involving a Nevada-based diamond mining company has been brought back to face federal charges.

Area Briefing, Aug. 14-20