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Mountain West looks for answers for dwindling crowds in Las Vegas
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Crowds are so sparse that the future of the Mountain West tournament in Las Vegas is in question. The conference considered moving the event to San Diego or Phoenix in 2020, but extended the agreement with Las Vegas an extra year.

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Agency improves North Las Vegas’ credit rating to BB
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North Las Vegas got a bump in its credit rating from Fitch Ratings, which could help the city save millions of dollars on bonds to pay for new projects, interim City Manager Ryann Juden announced Wednesday night.

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Outdoor polo gallops into Southern Nevada
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If there’s a void in your otherwise Gatsby-esque existence, fear not: Polo as it’s meant to be played is coming to Las Vegas.

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2 candidate forums planned for Las Vegas City Council Ward 5 election
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The candidates vying to represent Ward 5 on the Las Vegas City Council will appear in a pair of candidate forums before a special election this month.

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Las Vegas pain doctor denies playing role in judge’s death
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A Las Vegas pain doctor says he stopped treating Henderson Municipal Judge Diana Hampton two months before she died and “had nothing to do with her untimely demise.”

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Final arguments made in Air Force sergeant’s murder trial
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Attorneys made their closing arguments Thursday in the trial of an Air Force sergeant charged in the April 2013 shooting death of his wife— which North Las Vegas police initially ruled a suicide.

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Is ‘Opium’ a wild ride? Ask the star-crossed, failed astronaut
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Astronaut-wannabe Dale, a luckless fancier of flight, is grounded and driving for Uber. One of his passengers is Harry M. Howie, the producer-character of “Opium” at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

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Views of #VegasMadness — PHOTOS
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The madness was evident on Thursday as schools from the Mountain West, Pac-12 and Western Athletic Conference took to the hardwood in Las Vegas with one goal in mind: securing an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

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