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Ban on new Grand Canyon mines appealed

Two mining industry groups have appealed a federal judge’s ruling upholding an Obama administration ban on new hard-rock mining claims for uranium on more than 1 million acres near the Grand Canyon.

State-county pot dispensary clash could spark lawsuits

The future dispensaries of Clark County’s burgeoning medical marijuana industry might not be as initially widespread as expected, and resolution of the situation might be placed in the courts’ hands.

Uber might have lost battle, but the war has just begun

The Southern Nevada transportation landscape took a sharp turn last week with Uber’s announcement that it was temporarily shutting down until it could find a way to operate legally in the state. But for those critics who think Uber is gone for good, think again.

Special events target blood donors during holiday season

Blood drives started in the past two years are helping to address a need during the season of giving when people are stretched in so many directions they might think they don’t have time to donate blood.

Beretta newest draw for Clark County Shooting Complex

Beretta guns now have a presence at the Clark County Shooting Complex, and officials are banking on the famous Italian firearms to help boost the range’s profile and attract more tourists.

Santa on hand for tree lighting — PHOTOS

Santa, Opportunity Village Chief Development Officer Foundation Associate Executive Director Linda Smith, and Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman flipped the switch to light the tree Friday at Opportunity Village’s Magical Forest.

Moped crash sends one to hospital, closes Charleston

A crash between a moped and a car hospitalized one and closed Charleston Boulevard in the central valley Friday evening, Las Vegas police said.

Afternoon crash closes parts of I-15

The right lanes of northbound Interstate 15 near Sahara Avenue were reopened after a Friday afternoon vehicle crash that closed them for nearly two hours, traffic cameras show.

Judges depart after decades in Clark County courts

Along with District Court judges James Bixler and Valorie Vega, who are cleaning out there offices at the Regional Justice Center, two other judges are leaving the bench. District Court Judge Allan Earl, who hears only civil matters, and Family Court Judge Gloria O’Malley.

I-15 near speedway reopens after crash

Interstate 15 reopened in both directions Friday afternoon near the Las Vegas Motor Speedway after being closed for a vehicle crash, according to the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada.

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