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Las Vegas police stress having a plan during mass shootings
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Metropolitan Police Department Sgt. Branden Clarkson talked about having a plan for an active-shooter situation Sunday afternoon at the Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas.

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Baseball fans show colors at Big League Weekend in Las Vegas
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Nearly 10,800 people watched a 2016 World Series rematch between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs. It was the second game of the weekend and the 14th annual appearance by the Cubs.

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Florida State rallies, upsets No. 1 Xavier
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PJ Savoy made a 3-pointer with 1:08 left to give Florida State its first lead of the second half, and the Seminoles rallied from a 12-point deficit to beat top-seeded Xavier 75-70 on Sunday night in the second round of the West Region.

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Las Vegas tourism chief honored at Big League Weekend
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On his first day on the job, Rossi Ralenkotter had lunch with then-ABC sportscaster and ex-NFL great Frank Gifford.

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Bon Jovi toasts to new wine, but ‘not ready’ for Las Vegas residency
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Jon Bon Jovi shouted it from the stage at T-Mobile Arena: “What could be better than a St. Patrick’s Day party in Las Vegas on a Saturday night?”

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Motorcyclist killed in two-vehicle crash in east Las Vegas
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Police were called just after 4:50 p.m. to the intersection of Arden Street and New York Avenue, near Wyoming Avenue and Lamb Boulevard.

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Don’t ride your bike on the sidewalk, even on Las Vegas Strip
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Pedaling down the Strip can sometimes feel like an obstacle course for bicyclists trying to dodge the throngs of vehicles and pedestrians.

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RJ’s Colton Lochhead promoted to Carson City bureau chief
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Colton Lochhead started his career at the Las Vegas Review-Journal in 2012 as a crime intern and student at UNLV. Five years later, he’s taking a new assignment as Carson City bureau chief for the state’s largest paper.

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