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Man had BB gun as Las Vegas police shot at charging dog, report says
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A man arrested while police were investigating report of armed men at a Spring Valley-area business complex in August had a BB gun that he said accidentally went off.

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Patio furniture burns at Las Vegas apartment complex; no one hurt
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The Clark County Fire Department said no one was injured after two patio chairs caught fire on the fourth floor balcony of an apartment complex near the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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Cluster of residential drug rehabs irks Las Vegas neighbors
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Residents are concerned about safety, traffic and home values after three rehab facilities opened within blocks of each other. Clark County officials say their hands are tied by federal law.

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Dolphins on clock for No. 1 pick in 2020 NFL draft in Las Vegas
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Miami is one of six 0-3 teams, along with the Redskins, Jets, Broncos, Bengals and Steelers, and probably would take Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa with the No. 1 overall pick.

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Raiders fans gather to watch MNF on Las Vegas Strip
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Raiders fans gathered at The Linq Hotel Monday night to watch the Raiders take on the Denver Broncos in Monday night football.

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LETTER: Las Vegas Aviators give fans great first season
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We can’t wait to be back next year.

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Bill requiring airport signage in multiple languages passes House
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A bill by Rep. Dina Titus that would require airports, including McCarran in Las Vegas, to post signs in languages other than English passed the House on Thursday.

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Suspect sought in at least two Las Vegas home robberies
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Las Vegas police are searching for a man suspected of at least two robberies in Summerlin residential areas within the last week.

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MGM might be looking to sell some Las Vegas Strip assets
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Business opportunities abroad and the possibility of a recession could be pushing MGM Resorts International to sell some of its Las Vegas Strip assets, according to analysts.

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