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‘Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ ends national tour in Las Vegas
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Playwright Simon Stephens, who adapted “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” from the novel for the stage, wonders what the drama’s 15-year-old protagonist would think of Las Vegas. 

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How to watch Texans at Bengals Thursday Night Football in Las Vegas
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Week 2 of the NFL regular season kicks off tonight with Thursday Night Football and the Houston Texans visiting the Cincinnati Bengals.

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Man threatening suicide closes Flamingo Road in Las Vegas
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Metropolitan Police Department officers responded to a call Thursday morning of a man threatening to jump from an apartment building and were trying to make contact with the man.

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Top Las Vegas chefs rally to relaunch ‘Chopped’-style contest
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From September 2011 through June 2014, Back of the House Brawls helped define Las Vegas’ fledgling underground food scene. After the demise of the competitions, many chefs lamented the loss, but starting Sept. 16, the first in a series of six new contests will debut.

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$100 ticket buys a shot at northwest Las Vegas Valley home
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Got $100? You could win a house and help save a child’s life. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is giving away a home in the northwest valley, at 4135 N. Durango Drive.

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Cody Glass finds his stride in Golden Knights’ 4-0 win over LA Kings
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The team’s top draft pick scores a goal and gets a pair of assists as the team transitions from its rookie camp to its veterans training camp Friday.

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Las Vegas boy with history of being abused dies
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A boy with a history of being abused died last week, the Clark County Department of Family Services said.

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New Las Vegas Raiders billboard evokes championship years — QUIZ
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Three NFL championships. That’s the message the Raiders want to put in the minds of Las Vegas fans as the regular season begins

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