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No one injured in vacant house fire in central Las Vegas
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No one was injured early Friday morning after a vacant house caught fire in the central valley.

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Clothes flipping gains traction in Las Vegas Valley
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Thousands of young adults in Clark County and millions more across the country have a new side hustle: clothes flipping. Most of the clothing is vintage, but rare. That’s the appeal.

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Temperatures staying above normal across Las Vegas Valley
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The Las Vegas Valley will stay sunny and breezy this weekend with above-average highs that will last through next week.

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Las Vegas housing authority approves union contract, raises
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Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority commissioners on Thursday voted to approve a three-year contract with their employees’ union.

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Murder charges dropped for pair in Las Vegas fatal shooting
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Jaylon Carter and Bennie Sampson previously were charged with murder in the shooting death of Marquaire Ravon Collins , 20, who was shot about 2 a.m. Aug. 29 on the 1000 block of Redlands Circle, near Washington Avenue and Tenaya Way.

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Saunders talks Kavanaugh, FISA declassification, Trump visiting Vegas
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Late-breaking allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have people in the nation’s capital going “crazy.” President Donald Trump, however, has shown a surprising level of restraint when talking about the issue. When Trump speaks before a crowd in Las Vegas, he will pronounce Nevada correctly. That’s according to the Review-Journal’s White House reporter Debra […]

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Victim ID’d in fatal auto-pedestrian crash in central Las Vegas
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The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the 59-year-old woman who died Tuesday after being hit by a suspected impaired driver in the central Las Vegas Valley.

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MGM is worried about the Raiders’ stadium parking plan
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Bill Hornbuckle, an MGM executive and one of the nine members of the Las Vegas Stadium Authority board, on Thursday said his company fears that its customers would be “choked out” by people wanting to park close to the stadium on event days.

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