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Senate hearing on gun accessories delayed to examine reporting to FBI
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A Senate hearing on firearm accessories like those used in the Las Vegas Strip shooting has been delayed to examine enforcement of reporting to the FBI database — an issue at the heart of the church massacre in Texas.

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Bugsy Siegel’s daughter buried in Las Vegas cemetery
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Millicent Rosen, born Jan. 14, 1931, in New York City to Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and Esta Siegel (nee Krakower), died Nov. 17 in Las Vegas. She was 86. On Tuesday, she was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery.

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Las Vegas Summons the Spirit of Halloween with Frightfully Fun Festivities
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LAS VEGAS — Visitors seeking toil and trouble should look no further than Las Vegas to celebrate month-long Halloween fun. Known as the destination that fully embraces adult freedom, there is no…

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Las Vegas among most popular places in US to flip houses, report says
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Las Vegas was one of the most popular places in America to flip houses last quarter, although profits were below national averages, a new report shows.

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Resorts World Las Vegas announces construction manager
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Las Vegas-based W.A. Richardson Builders has been named the construction manager of the Resorts World Las Vegas project, which also announced that it has awarded more than $400 million in contracts.

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GLVAR leaders join experts from around U.S. at NAR Conference
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Members of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors joined more than 20,000 real estate professionals and fellow industry leaders from around the country at the 2017 Realtors Conference Expo held in Chicago last month.

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Pedestrian hit by vehicles, dies in western Las Vegas
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Police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run crash Saturday night in the west valley, a Metro spokesman said.

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Las Vegas football program wants kids to elude drugs, gangs
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The Warriors youth football and cheerleading camp aims to steer children away from becoming involved in illegal activity while promoting athleticism, teamwork and education.

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