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More Las Vegas homeless living without shelter, census shows
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William Young’s choice to stay on the streets until he can afford a place of his own makes him part of a growing trend in Clark County. This year’s Southern Nevada Homeless Census found that homeless people living without shelter outnumber those who do by two-to-one. It was the largest disparity in the past four […]

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Las Vegas Review-Journal NFL Challenge picks
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Handicapper Hank “The Hammer” Goldberg leads the contest with a 30-17-3 record against the spread.

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Man arrested in deadly shooting of driver in central Las Vegas
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A 28-year-old man was arrested Friday in connection with the deadly shooting of a driver last week in the central Las Vegas Valley.

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Coroner IDs bicyclist killed in Las Vegas after being hit by taxicab
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The bicyclist killed Tuesday night after he was hit by a taxicab in the eastern Las Vegas Valley has been identified.

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Las Vegas Lights soccer coach raises glass with supporters
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After he was introduced as coach of the Las Vegas Lights FC soccer team, Jose Luis Sanchez Sola, or “Chelis” for short, invited fans at the news conference to join him for a beer.

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Coroner identifies North Las Vegas man who died in apartment fire
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The North Las Vegas man who died last week after his apartment caught fire has been identified by the coroner’s office.

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Boteco in Las Vegas serves world of diversity on ‘tapas’
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It’s bordering on an embarrassment of riches, although the Southern Nevada dining community could be forgiven for feeling smug at the whole series of great little spots opening across the valley. One of the more recent arrivals is Boteco in Henderson, which opened in May with executive chef Rachel LeGloahec at the helm.

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Record number of security forces slated for New Year’s Eve on Las Vegas Strip
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When partiers prepare to greet 2018 on the Strip, they’ll see a vanguard of soldiers and police officers — more than the number ever assembled for New Year’s security in previous years.

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