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Butterfly prompts Girl Scouts to close camp near Las Vegas
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The Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada is abandoning its longtime camp in the mountains west of Las Vegas, in part because of restrictions placed on the property to protect the endangered Mount Charleston blue butterfly.

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COMMENTARY: Nevada’s Question 1 wouldn’t have stopped Las Vegas Strip attacker
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Sadly, at a time when we should be coming together, some are attempting to exploit this tragedy for political gain.

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COMMENTARY: Las Vegas workers rise to the occasion in aftermath of Strip tragedy
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The dedication of Las Vegas workers truly did help carry this city through the night.

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Rosen-backed gun control bill goes too far
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It was entirely predictable that Democrats would use the horrific Las Vegas Strip shooting to renew their push for gun control. It was also entirely predictable that they would go too far.

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Las Vegas nurse recalls patients pleading ‘to help others first’
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Joseph Bruno, the nurse in charge in the University Medical Center’s trauma unit on Oct. 1, says he will never forget the silence amid the carnage.

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Las Vegas Book Festival celebrates 16th year
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The Las Vegas Book Festival wrapped up its 16th annual event Saturday in downtown Las Vegas.

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Ohio man draws portraits of Las Vegas shooting victims
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Ohio-based artist Ron Moore Jr. watched the details of the Oct. 1 Las Vegas attack unfold on TV and prayed to find a way to help the victims’ families. Since then, he’s spent more than 125 hours drawing portraits of the victims.

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Las Vegas girl ready for World Series pitch
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Born with Poland syndrome, a rare disorder that left her with an underdeveloped right hand, Hailey uses a 3-D printed prosthetic hand engineered at UNLV to grip and throw a baseball.

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