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Las Vegas Book Briefs for Sept. 4-10, 2014

Literary events this week include “Creativity & Madness: Channeling the Muse,” a poetry and music performance featuring Lee Mallory and Nate Segundo.

Justice, injustice explored in ‘Endangered’

Malik didn’t do it. Janae knew that her son was innocent. He was just 15 years old, a good-enough student, her baby. She’d raised him right and Malik wasn’t capable of killing.

Power outage darkens 5,058 northwest homes

About 5,058 houses in the northwest valley were without power Thursday night, NV Energy reported.

Skaters may dodge North Las Vegas park fees

Cash-strapped North Las Vegas is trying to avoid excluding lower-income youth from its new skate park as it seeks a way to foot the project bill. Charging a fee for Craig Ranch’s 65,000-square-foot skate park was a nonstarter for most council members at Wednesday’s meeting.

Woman arrested in fatal shooting

A man is dead and a woman is in custody after an early Wednesday night shooting near Maryland Parkway and Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas police said.

Tesla picks Nevada for Gigafactory

Tesla has chosen Nevada for its $5 billion battery plant.

Vegas Pride Parade street closures announced

Several streets in downtown Las Vegas will be closed Friday afternoon and evening for the annual Las Vegas Pride Parade.

School board hears options for overcrowded campuses

Some unusual – if not eyebrow-raising – solutions for elementary school crowding were suggested Thursday to the Clark County School Board, which will now consider which to pursue.

Las Vegas council OKs ambulance service deal

The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday approved a new dual-response ambulance system that will give emergency calls to the city Fire Department and other calls to one or more private ambulance companies.

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