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Las Vegas police investigate driver found dead in car
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After a 911 caller reported Monday that an occupied car had been sitting in a parking lot on the 4600 block of Vegas Valley Drive since 7 a.m., officers found the deceased driver at the wheel.

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Las Vegas Victims’ Fund officials won’t reveal amount raised
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The Las Vegas Victims’ Fund will begin distributing payments to eligible victims next month — but fund officials have not yet said how much money has been collected.

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Cocktail at Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas is served in a smoke box
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This Hell’s Kitchen cocktail, while in the Manhattan family, is actually a cross between a Little Italy and a Paper Plane that is smoked for good measure. While few of us have a proper smoking box lying around the house, enjoying a Smoke on the Boulevard cocktail near a campfire, fireplace or wood-burning stove and […]

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New Wynn CEO says Paradise Park, Las Vegas Strip hotel will move ahead
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Newly appointed Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox told hundreds of Wynn Las Vegas employees Monday the company will continue efforts to build its Paradise Park and Wynn West projects on the Strip as well as complete Wynn Boston Harbor in Massachusetts and build more hotel rooms in Macau.

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Las Vegas tabs Golden Knights as new favorite to win Stanley Cup
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The Golden Knights became the new betting favorite at 4-1 Monday at the Westgate Superbook to win this year’s Stanley Cup.

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Las Vegas morning update for Sunday, February 18th — VIDEO
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Here are your Sunday morning headlines.

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Strong winds expected to begin Sunday in the Las Vegas Valley
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High winds will fire up Sunday afternoon in the Las Vegas Valley and continue until Monday night, the National Weather Service said.

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Springs Preserve festival celebrates black history, culture
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Naida Parson, senior pastor at New Antioch Christian Fellowship, had a message for the crowd gathered Saturday at the Springs Preserve’s Black History Month Festival in Las Vegas. Black history should be celebrated over more than just the month of February, she told festival attendees.

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