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Gun Safety | Jason Cunningham’s Story
 
Gun Safety | Jason Cunningham’s Story

Secure Your Weapons Video: Las Vegas Metropolitan Police share a video with a personal message from LVMPD Officer Jason Cunningham. At age 4 he accidently shot himself but that is only part of his story.

The Right Take: Voter Fraud in North Carolina
 
The Right Take: Voter Fraud in North Carolina

In North Carolina, witnesses say that Leslie McCray Dowless Jr., a political consultant, paid people to pick up absentee ballots from voters. But what’s illegal in North Carolina — third parties collecting ballots — is legal in California.
It’s called “ballot harvesting.”

Final Route 91 Harvest festival remembrance objects catalogued at Clark County Museum
 
Final Route 91 Harvest festival remembrance objects catalogued at Clark County Museum

The last of the more than 17,000 items left at the makeshift memorial near the Las Vegas sign after the Oct. 1 shootings have been catalogued at the Clark County Museum in Las Vegas. The final item was a black-and-white bumper sticker bearing “#VEGASSTRONG. An additional 200 items currently on display at the museum will be catalogued when the exhibit comes down. (K.M. Cannon Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Dozier execution timeline
 
Dozier execution timeline

Scott Dozier was set to be executed July 11, 2018, at the Ely State Prison. Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez delayed the execution.

Grand Jury Indicts Constable for theft
 
Grand Jury Indicts Constable for theft

A Clark County grand jury indicted Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell. A Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation prompted the criminal probe. The newspaper found Mitchell wrote himself thousands in checks, took out cash at ATMs and traveled on county funds. He faces four felony counts of theft and a county of public misconduct. Mitchell and his attorney could not be reached for comment.

Tesla’s Nevada Gigafactory ahead of economic impact expectations
 
Tesla’s Nevada Gigafactory ahead of economic impact expectations

The Tesla Gigafactory’s economic impact on Nevada has exceeded projections, bringing in more than 7,000 jobs. In 2014, Nevada agreed to give the automotive and energy company $1.3 billion in tax abatements. In return, Tesla promised to meet certain requirements in areas like employment and capital investment. As of June, Tesla has brought in a total of $6.05 billion in capital investment, surpassing the $4.95 billion projection. The original contract gave the company until 2024 to make $3.5 billion in capital investments in Nevada. Derek Armstrong, deputy director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development.

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