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North Las Vegas road projects get OK from city council
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The North Las Vegas City Council has approved several road projects totaling more than $32 million that will be funded by the countywide fuel revenue indexing tax.

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Clark County may hike cost on wireless company equipment
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Clark County is considering a new funding plan to spread high-speed internet throughout the Las Vegas Valley and beyond: charge wireless carriers more to install equipment on public light poles.

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MGM to hire 1K for summer positions at its resorts
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MGM Resorts will hire for 1,000 summer positions at its Las Vegas resorts.

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Las Vegas lottery hopefuls line up for hours at Primm store
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Bruce Huyghue had his wife, a folding chair, and a pair of bright red headphones to keep him company during his wait in line.

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Accused ‘sovereign citizen’ squatter to go to trial in Las Vegas
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Thomas Benson, 56, was arrested last year on charges stemming from the alleged takeover of a bank-owned home on La Mancha Avenue in northwest Las Vegas.

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Choice of Texan as Nevada US attorney breaks from tradition
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Dayle Elieson, who took over Friday as interim United States attorney in Nevada, is essentially unknown in the state, and Las Vegas attorneys are perplexed by the choice.

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Las Vegas police looking into death of man who fell from car hood
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A man who Las Vegas police initially said died after falling from the hood of a car near the Strip may not have died in a traffic-related fatality, the Metropolitan Police Department announced Friday.

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Vegas Nation Stadium Show: Agreements to be finalized in near future
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The RJ’s Ed Graney and Rick Velotta discuss the latest developments on the approvals and construction of the Las Vegas Stadium.

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North Las Vegas constable will cash in despite lacking certification
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Whether North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason should remain in office has drawn scrutiny from state and county and city officials alike.

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