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Dancer returns to roots at West Las Vegas Arts Center
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West Las Vegas Arts Center performance ensemble member Dedrick Stewart was visibly tired after the fifth run-through of his solo routine to Stevie Wonder’s “Living for the City.”

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Three-story homes feature rooftop decks
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American West Homes announces the launch of its newest community, Skyview Terrace. Located in southwest Las Vegas, this community will introduce a new collection of contemporary, single-family homes that feature rooftop decks as standard features.

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FBI details retrieval plan for Las Vegas festivalgoers’ items
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FBI Las Vegas officials on Sunday announced an item retrieval plan based out of the Family Assistance Center, one week after the deadly mass shooting outside of Mandalay Bay.

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Coroner IDs 2 killed by suspected DUI driver in south Las Vegas
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The two pedestrians hit and killed by a suspected DUI driver Thursday night in the south valley have been identified as George Cangro, 68, and Linda Cangro, 67, from Meridian, Idaho.

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Vegas Stripped: A reflection on the Las Vegas shooting — VIDEO
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Metro officers embrace community members at a vigil Tuesday at Doolittle Community Center for the victims of the shooting Oct. 1 at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.

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2 arrested in connection with body found at Clark County park
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Las Vegas police have announced the arrest of a man in the death of a woman whose body was found at Clark County Wetlands Park in June. Another man also was arrested on a related kidnapping charge.

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13 times 51s baseball games were canceled in Las Vegas
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Seven Major League Baseball games have been postponed in only six days of the season. Don’t expect the same to happen anytime soon in Las Vegas.

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General gives some details of attack on US soldiers in Niger
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The American people and the fallen soldiers’ families deserve answers about a deadly ambush in the African nation of Niger, the top U.S. general said Monday, without being able to provide many himself.

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