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277.9 mph speed record set on highway between Las Vegas, Pahrump
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A high-speed record for production cars was set Saturday on a straight stretch of Nevada highway by Swedish super-carmaker Koenigsegg.

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Vegas Stripped: A sweet legacy
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Tanya Solares says it’s her passion to help her father, Alejandro, make the family’s shop, Real Donuts #1, a continued success. The single mom works tirelessly to uphold her father’s legacy to honor his hard work and devotion to his family.

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Britney Spears’ Las Vegas charity effort is built to last
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“I’m just really excited to be standing here at our new NCCF campus,” Britney Spears said during a wind-swept ceremony at the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation’s new building.

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Climb in rent ceiling alarms Las Vegas Valley tenants
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The surges in rent are part of a nationwide, three-year-old U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development policy change introduced to help stretch the federal agency’s budget.

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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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Bus driver ferried Las Vegas shooting victims to hospital
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Antonio McLandau wasn’t even on the job for a full two months when his public bus was transformed into an oversize ambulance the night of the Oct. 1 shooting.

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Journalist’s photos became iconic images of Las Vegas shooting
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As dismissive and humble as he is, David Becker’s photos were some of the first pieces of evidence that pointed to the terror so many experienced Oct. 1. In the days after it happened, they ran on more than 130 front pages around the world.

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Military members walk 58 miles for Las Vegas shooting victims
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The group of 24 active-duty service members undertook their charity trek in honor of the 58 people killed Oct. 1 at the Route 91 Harvest festival on the Strip.

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