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North Korea fires 2 missiles into sea amid stalled talks
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The launches followed statements of displeasure by top North Korean officials over the slow pace of nuclear negotiations with the United States.

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UNR president to return to teaching economics next year
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Marc Johnson, who has held he university’s top post since 2011, will transition into a teaching position in June, the university announced Thursday.

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From the archives: Halloween through the years in Las Vegas — PHOTOS
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Like ghosts from the past returning to haunt from beyond the grave, we’ve unearthed a collection of relics that have been buried in our archives for decades.

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Linebacker Brandon Marshall excited to be back with Raiders
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Las Vegas native Brandon Marshall says he’s excited to have another opportunity in the league after re-signing with the Raiders this week.

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TV best bets for the week of Nov. 3
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This week’s top choices include HBO’s adaptation of Philip Pullman’s award-winning trilogy “His Dark Materials.”

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The legend of Lady in Red lives on at Tonopah’s Mizpah Hotel
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Tonopah’s Mizpah Hotel doesn’t shy away from its status as one of the top haunted hotels in America. Especially this time of year.

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Judge dismisses case against legal brothels in Nevada
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U.S. District Judge Miranda Du in Reno said she wasn’t convinced the state’s laws caused profound harm for the plaintiffs.

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Free and discounted food and drink for veterans, military members
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Numerous Las Vegas-area restaurants and bars are offering free and discounted food and beverages this month for those who have served their country.

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Field trip to Las Vegas esports arena opens eyes of middle school girls to future careers
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As they played the popular video game “Fortnite” at the HyperX Esports Arena on Wednesday, middle schoolers Sasha Lira and Ruby Ramirez didn’t seem especially interested in pursuing careers in esports. The fact that neither eighth-grader expressed interest in …

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