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‘Jumanji’ remains king of box office for third straight weekend
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“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” outdid another weekend’s worth of newcomers to top the North American box office for the third straight weekend, making the surprise hit the fifth-highest grossing film of all time for Sony Pictures.

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Inmate walks away from a Nevada conservation camp, is at large
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A male inmate walked away from a conservation camp north of Las Vegas on Saturday and is at large, the Nevada Corrections Department said.

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Man jailed in Las Vegas killing had complained of loud music
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A man accused of killing another man because he thought his music was too loud had complained about the problem in the days leading up to the deadly shooting, police documents show.

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Golden Knights surge to top of NHL with 5-1 win at Carolina
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The Golden Knights scored early and often with three goals in the first 13 minutes and went on to defeat the Carolina Hurricanes 5-1 Sunday at PNC Arena.

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Pedestrian critically injured after hit by a car in east Las Vegas
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A pedestrian was injured critically after being hit by a car in the eastern valley Saturday night, Las Vegas police said.

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Katy Perry’s Las Vegas show rife with ‘Say What?’ moments
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Katy Perry’s show at T-Mobile Arena on Saturday taught us: Perry’s parents were married in Vegas, that her mom’s nickname for her is “Feather” and that a chin-stroking assessment of Perry’s performance would be about as useful as a designated driver at an O’Douls kegger.

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Giada steps to the plate as Nevada Ballet Theatre honoree
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As she expands her culinary interests on the Strip, Giada De Laurentiis says she considers Las Vegas her second home.

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Thousands rally at Las Vegas Women’s March
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Thousands of women, and some men, flocked to Las Vegas to mark a full year since the Women’s March on Washington, which drew more than 2 million participants worldwide and to participate in a more-than-six-hour rally.

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