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November 14, 2008 - 10:00 pm
Shootings and killings by officers of civilians rose slightly last year but are down over the past five years, the Metropolitan Police Department report shared.
The Legislature adjourned Thursday without taking a vote on the Oakland A’s stadium plan, a sign that negotiations in the Senate hadn’t produced a resolution.
The law designates the third Monday in June as Juneteenth and requires state, county and city offices to close.
The indictment carries unmistakably grave legal consequences, including the possibility of prison if Trump’s convicted. And it comes as the 2024 campaign grows.
Councilman Brian Knudsen said he wants to ensure there are no more fires at a Las Vegas apartment complex.
Paris Morton, 32, who also has gone by the name Lakeisha Holloway, has rejected a plea deal with prosecutors.
A Las Vegas judge sentenced a man to prison for operating an unlicensed group home where physically and mentally disabled people lived in squalid conditions.
The board heard the results of the study after years of controversy and infighting on the board.
The Air Force base said in a tweet Thursday that the dates were changed “due to emerging mission requirements.”
Nevada has reached a $193 million settlement with Teva Pharmaceuticals in an opioid-related lawsuit, the attorney general’s office announced.