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Wounded warriors hit Red Rock trails on modified cycles

Army veteran John Masson swung onto his new bike from his wheelchair, and a support team began checking tires, tightening screws and adjusting the pedal bar.

Las Vegans reflect on Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy at parade

Hundreds of people lined the sidewalks of Fourth Street in Las Vegas for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade on Monday, months after the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington where King delivered his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech.

Cosmopolitan tries new effort to set itself apart

Over the last three years, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has emerged as the luxury Strip resort known for its sexy and edgy advertising — a corporate philosophy that has set the property apart in a crowded gaming landscape.

Nellis Thunderbirds prepare for a big year of air shows

The Thunderbirds aerial demonstration team is back in action after a short season, practicing for a year full of shows in Las Vegas and around the nation.

Security video of Drai’s nightclub shooting released

The security footage is sobering. Benjamin Frazier, angry over paying a $30 cover charge at Drai’s After Hours nightclub inside Bally’s on the Strip in October, is seen arguing with a security guard at the club inside Bally’s.

Thousands seek aid through Project Homeless Connect

Hundreds of people, many of them homeless or at risk of living on the streets, lined up Tuesday morning against the wall at Cashman Center as they waited for access to crucial services.