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Young people with guns contribute to Las Vegas Valley’s growing homicide rate

By the end of June, police throughout the valley had responded to a total 103 homicides, up from 64 during the first six months of 2015. A Las Vegas Review-Journal analysis of those deaths showed that most victims were under the age of 40 and most suspects were under 30.

Rise in deaths keeps Clark County coroner’s office busy

Medical examiners at the Clark County coroner’s office investigated 109 homicides between Jan. 1 and June 30, compared with 71 homicides during the same period last year. And it’s not just homicides that have increased; all deaths have.

Oldroyd’s late kick sends BYU to 18-16 win over Arizona

Jake Oldroyd kicked a 33-yard field goal with 4 seconds left and Jamaal Williams ran for 162 yards, helping BYU rally to beat Arizona 18-16 on Saturday night.

Week 1: The Top 25 takeaways from college football

The first weekend of the college football season was billed as maybe the greatest in the history of the sport. It was pretty great for No. 15 Houston and Wisconsin. Maybe not so much for No. 3 Oklahoma and No. 5 LSU.

Offense, Gorski solid in victory over Salt Lake

Las Vegas won its third straight game thanks in part to a quality start from Darin Gorski, who went 7-1/3 innings and gave up two runs.

Fatal crash causes road rage prior to UNLV football opener

Long after Jackson State had kicked off to UNLV in the college football season opener, football fans and other people still were sitting in traffic trying to access the parking lots at Sam Boyd Stadium after a fatal accident knocked out traffic signals.

Koch group’s Nevada ground game focused on race for Reid seat

An army of staff and volunteers is out knocking on thousands of doors across Nevada, putting organizing muscle into a ground game that supplements Republican-driven efforts to succeed Harry Reid with Joe Heck in the U.S. Senate.

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