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Nevada, and especially the Las Vegas Valley, is home to the nation’s most dynamic landscape for growth in the demand for K-12 education. Projections by the U.S. Census indicate that the state will need to create some 250,000 new seats in schools during the next decade or so. Over the past 12 months, Clark County’s […]

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Police hunting for robbery suspects in central Las Vegas
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Las Vegas police are looking for multiple robbery suspects in the area east of Palace Station in the central valley.

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51s beat Albuquerque in rain-shortened game at Cashman Field
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Las Vegas pulled ahead in the fifth inning just before the rain hit hard. The 51s went on to win a 2-1 rain-shortened game over Albuquerque on Saturday night at Cashman Field.

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Fun slides into North Las Vegas celebration — VIDEO
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The city of North Las Vegas held its inaugural Slides, Rides Rock and Roll event Saturday night at Craig Ranch Regional Park.

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Columnist write last RJ column, will try hand at fiction
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Columnist Jane Ann Morrison writes her farewell column after 38 nonconsecutive years at the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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Storm brings halt to Connie Mack title game
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It didn’t appear anything was going to stand in the way of the top-seeded Las Vegas Wildcats in Saturday’s championship game of the Connie Mack state tournament at Faith Lutheran.

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Southern Nevada community without water 5 years after Carpenter 1 fire
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The tiny Trout Canyon subdivision, 60 miles west of Las Vegas, lost its spring-fed water system in the 2013 Carpenter 1 fire. Some homeowners are growing impatient with a recovery effort that hasn’t produced any tangible results.

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Humidity to continue in Las Vegas Valley through next week
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A 10 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms will linger over the Las Vegas Valley for the next five days, although the likelihood of rainfall could increase Tuesday and Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

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