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Law enforcement run honors 2 who died in line of duty

Runners taking part in the 19th annual Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Run are bearing batons with the names of two who died in the line of duty — National Park Service ranger Thomas “TK” Brown and Metropolitan Police Department

 
Shadow Ridge rallies for 5-4 softball win at Centennial

Alyssa Stanley homered in the top of the seventh to give the Mustangs the lead. Then in the bottom of the inning, Mia Voges preserved Shadow Ridge’s 5-4 victory at Centennial.

 
Craig Mueller hits primary opponent on crime, promises to defend pot

Republican Attorney General candidate Craig Mueller says his primary opponent has been “inert” in the face of increasing crime. Mueller also pledged to take on the federal government if it came after Nevada’s recreational marijuana industry and fight to get federally owned lands returned to the state.

 
MGM creates ‘civilian version of a SWAT team’ following Las Vegas shooting

MGM Resorts International has hired at least five former Metropolitan Police Department SWAT team members and several former military officers in recent months as it strengthens security at its properties following the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

 
5 things to watch in Golden Knights-Sharks series

The Golden Knights and San Jose Sharks had more than a week to prepare for the Western Conference semifinals after each team swept its first-round series. Too bad neither team needed that much time.

 
Golden Knights leader James Neal eager to win Stanley Cup

James Neal is back winning in the playoffs — he has 84 postseason games on his NHL resume — and is again among those counted on to lead Vegas against the San Jose Sharks in the Western Conference semifinals.

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