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Man’s speech returns when he’s with family dog

A man, who has Alzheimer’s disease, has his speech return when he’s with the family dog. And the precious moment was caught on video.

No question Birch’s decision hurts UNLV

Khem Birch decided to leave UNLV and declare for the NBA Draft. There’s a question if he’ll get drafted, but no question it’s a big loss for the Rebels.

Publicly traded Terra Tech looks to snag medical marijuana license

Las Vegas-based Medifarm LLC, a newly created subsidiary of the national agricultural company Terra Tech, is looking to become the first publicly traded company in the country to hold a medical marijuana license.

 
Neon Trees lead singer gay, proud and Mormon

Despite the Mormon church’s stance on homosexuality, Neon Trees singer Tyler Glenn stands out and proud, hoping one day his church will embrace same-sex couples.

Former prostitute assists women seeking to escape sex industry

After years of struggling with sexual, physical and substance abuse, Annie Lobert found her calling. She founded Hookers for Jesus, a nonprofit that ministers to anyone in the sex industry.

Nevada officials asked to oust Henderson Mayor Hafen

A former Henderson mayoral candidate is turning to the state instead of the courts to try to remove Mayor Andy Hafen from office because of term limits.

Western GOP officials: Let states run public lands

Some Western Republican officials meeting in Salt Lake City on Friday said their states are missing out on revenue and opportunities to prevent wildfires because they don’t have enough control over public lands.

Galleria at Sunset slated to receive face-lift

The Galleria mall at Sunset is getting a $24.1 million makeover, complete with a fresh “outdoor venue.”

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