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Lyon County might ban medical marijuana dispensaries

Lyon County officials have proposed a zoning ordinance to prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated areas, fearing the shops would attract violence and organized crime.

PHOTOS: A look back at New York Fashion Week

For fashion editors, writers, stylists and retailers, New York Fashion Week is a chance to spot trends and themes for the upcoming season. But giving form to those looks are a small army of models, makeup artists, hairstylists and of course, the designers.

Florida girl was bullied for months before suicide

For nearly a year, as many as 15 girls ganged up on 12-year-old Rebecca Ann Sedwick and picked on her, authorities say, bombarding her with online messages such as “You should die” and “Why don’t you go kill yourself.”

Christie returns to boardwalk after fire

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was back on the boardwalk at Seaside Heights on Saturday, two days after a wind-swept fire destroyed four blocks of the famous amusement pier.

After acquittal, Zimmerman still in spotlight

Whether they think that he got away with murdering 17-year-old Trayvon Martin or that he was just a brave neighborhood watch volunteer “standing his ground,” many Americans can’t seem to get enough of George Zimmerman. And he can’t seem to stop giving it to them.

Obama welcomes Syrian chemical weapons agreement

President Barack Obama welcomed an agreement Saturday to secure and destroy Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile as an “important, concrete step” toward the ultimate goal of eliminating them but warned that the U.S. remains prepared to act if the attempt at a diplomatic solution fails.

Pacific Island Festival planned Sept. 14-15 in Henderson

The city of Henderson is giving the Pacific Islands another aloha — a greeting in Hawaii — as it welcomes back the 23rd annual Prince Kuhio Ho’olaule’a Pacific Island Festival.

Rescues accelerate as floodwaters inundate plains

The rescue of Coloradoans stranded by epic mountain flooding accelerated Saturday as debris-filled rivers became muddy seas that extended into towns and farms miles from the Rockies. Authorities expected to find more fatalities when full scope of destruction emerged.