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Three years after Nevada ranch standoff, Bundy federal trial begins in Las Vegas

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Three years after Nevada ranch standoff, Bundy federal trial begins in Las Vegas


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O.J. Simpson banned from Las Vegas hotel-casino amid conflicting reports of his behavior

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O.J. Simpson banned from Las Vegas hotel-casino amid conflicting reports of his behavior


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A QB catch and other top plays from Boise State-Nevada | Idaho Statesman

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Boise State football report card: Grading the Broncos’ home win over Nevada

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Boise State football report card: Grading the Broncos’ home win over Nevada


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Boise State football beats Nevada 41-14 in Mountain West win | Idaho Statesman

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Nevada wildlife officials might restrict shed antler hunting

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Amazon said to be eyeing pharmacy business

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Las Vegas marijuana dispensaries celebrate Black Friday
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Big-box stores won’t be the only ones offering discounts to shoppers in Las Vegas this Black Friday. Marijuana dispensaries are rolling out deals, too. More than 40 dispensaries in the Sin City area will offer discounts on marijuana flower products, edibles such as chocolates, and concentrates, the Las Vegas Sun reported Wednesday. This will be the first Black Friday since legal sales of recreational marijuana began in Nevada   Read More ...
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Las Vegas pot dispensaries offer Black Friday deals
LAS VEGAS — Big-box stores won't be the only ones offering discounts to shoppers in Las Vegas this Black Friday. Marijuana dispensaries are rolling out deals, too. More than 40 dispensaries in the Sin City area will offer discounts on marijuana flower products, edibles such as chocolates, and concentrates, the Las Vegas Sun reported Wednesday. This will be the first Black Friday since legal sales of recreation marijuana began in Nevada   Read More ...
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Las Vegas pot dispensaries offer Black Friday deals
LAS VEGAS — Big-box stores won't be the only ones offering discounts to shoppers in Las Vegas this Black Friday. Marijuana dispensaries are rolling out deals, too. More than 40 dispensaries in the Sin City area will offer discounts on marijuana flower products, edibles such as chocolates, and concentrates, the Las Vegas Sun reported Wednesday. This will be the first Black Friday since legal sales of recreation marijuana began in Nevada   Read More ...
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Las Vegas pot dispensaries offer Black Friday deals
Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017. LAS VEGAS (AP) — Big-box stores won't be the only ones offering discounts to shoppers in Las Vegas this Black Friday. Marijuana dispensaries are rolling out deals, too. More than 40 dispensaries in the Sin City area will offer discounts on marijuana flower products, edibles such as chocolates, and concentrates, the Las Vegas Sun reported Wednesday. This will be the first Black Friday since legal sales of recreational marijuana began in Nevada   Read More ...
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Las Vegas pot dispensaries rolling out Black Friday deals
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Las Vegas pot dispensaries offer Black Friday deals
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22K Nevada residents sign up for health insurance so far
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Federal health officials say more than 22,500 people in Nevada have signed up for insurance through the online marketplace in the first two and a half weeks of open enrollment. The Healthcare.gov marketplace run by the U.S. government under the Affordable Care Act allows those who don't get insurance through their employer or government programs to shop and sign up for private coverage online   Read More ...
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Las Vegas pot dispensaries offer Black Friday deals
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Husband gives thanks to Las Vegas shooting hero who helped his wife
Family, friends 'a little bit closer' "We're waiting for her to get a little bit better and we're gonna get you down here and we're gonna have a big reunion with you and with her," the Nevada man told Matthews. "You both have a lot, obviously, to be thankful for," Hill said before asking the two men what will make Thanksgiving different this year   Read More ...
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VIDEO: Coches se deslizan y terminan chocando al intentar sortear una pendiente en plena nevada
En un video publicado por la agencia Ruptly quedaron registrados varios incidentes: algunos conductores optaron simplemente por deslizarse por la carretera, pero fallaron en su intento y terminaron chocando con los coches estacionados. La conducción lenta tampoco ayudó mucho, ya que otros simplemente se estrellaron contra otros vehículos que estaban en la vía principal.   Read More ...
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Nevada condemned inmate complains of death penalty delay
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Nevada death row inmate whose execution was postponed last week is complaining to a judge that he's suffering what he calls an open-ended and unnecessary delay. State prisons spokeswoman Brooke Keast said Tuesday that Scott Raymond Dozier (DOH'-sher) was returned to suicide watch on Nov. 14, the day he had been scheduled to die by lethal injection at Ely State Prison   Read More ...
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Nevada's Recreational Marijuana Sales Top September Projection
The latest data shows Nevada recreational marijuana sales continue to surge. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports data released Monday by the Nevada Department of Taxation says the state's licensed and regulated cannabis dispensaries sold approximately $27.7 million in recreational marijuana in September. That's more than $5 million more than Nevada's projected sales for the month. That's down from August's sales numbers, which topped $33 million, and slightly up from July's $27 million   Read More ...
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Southern Nevada Reports First Flu-Related Death This Season
Southern Nevada health officials say a young child has died from the flu. The Southern Nevada Health District did not release many details Monday but said the child was 4-years old or younger and lived in Clark County. The department said it's the first reported death from the flu in the county this season but among 78 cases that have been reported   Read More ...
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BRIEF-WPT Industrial REIT to acquire distribution property in Nevada
Nov 21 (Reuters) - Wpt Industrial Real Estate Investment Trust: * WPT Industrial REIT announces agreement to acquire distribution property in Reno, Nevada * Says expects acquisition to be immediately accretive to REIT’s AFFO per unit * Says property is under contract for $6.4 million, representing a going-in capitalization rate of 7.2% Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: Our   Read More ...
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Las Vegas' sweet little secret is out: Freed's Bakery stars in new 'Vegas Cakes" TV series
The secret is out. It’s no longer only Las Vegas locals who know of the magical cakes produced by a team of local bakers at Freed’s Bakery, thanks to “Vegas Cakes,” a Food Network series that premiered in November. In business for nearly 60 years, the bakery was already the go-to place for special occasions, including bachelorette parties, bar mitzvahs and birthdays, back when only around 125,000 people lived in southern Nevada   Read More ...
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Attorneys Filing Las Vegas Shooting Lawsuits With 450 Plaintiffs
Attorneys who filed one of the first lawsuits after the Oct. 1 mass shooting that killed 58 concert-goers and left hundreds injured on the Las Vegas Strip are filing four more cases on behalf of more than 450 victims. But this time, they're suing in Los Angeles - not in Nevada - against companies including Mandalay Bay resort and concert venue owner MGM Resorts International   Read More ...
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Washoe County Sheriff's Office Offers Twelve Tips of Holiday Safety
The Washoe County Sheriff's Office is reminding everyone to be safe this holiday season with twelve safety tips. “First and foremost, stay alert,” Sheriff Chuck Allen said. “Be careful not to get so caught up in the shopping frenzy that you lose awareness of your surroundings. If you see suspicious activity in your neighborhood or while out shopping, report it to law enforcement or store security   Read More ...
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Census finds more Clark County homeless sleeping on streets
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A recent census report says more homeless people in Clark County are choosing to stay on the streets than stay at a shelter. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Saturday that this year's Southern Nevada Homeless Census found that the number of homeless without shelter has been on the rise for the past four years. In January, the local homeless census counted 600 more people were staying in places such as parks, cars and abandoned buildings than in 2016   Read More ...
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Accountability a question in Nevada school-choice program
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Standardized tests are a given in public school, and they're mandatory for Nevada private schools participating in the state's budding school-choice program. "We're not one of those schools that find testing expectations to be onerous or unacceptable," said Sue Blakeley, founder of Lake Mead Christian Academy in Henderson, a Las Vegas suburb. "We believe having the opportunity to educate children is a sacred trust and we should hold ourselves to a really strict accountability   Read More ...
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Testing Required at Private Schools in Nevada Choice Program
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Standardized tests are a given in public school, and they're mandatory for Nevada private schools participating in the state's budding school-choice program. Schools in Nevada's voucher-like program for low-income families will have those test results publicly reported starting next year. Nevada is trying to figure out what to do with that information, and has put off discussion of possible consequences if the testing shows schools and their students aren't improving   Read More ...
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Testing required at private schools in Nevada choice program
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Standardized tests are a given in public school, and they're mandatory for Nevada private schools participating in the state's budding school-choice program. Schools in Nevada's voucher-like program for low-income families will have those test results publicly reported starting next year. Nevada is trying to figure out what to do with that information, and has put off discussion of possible consequences if the testing shows schools and their students aren't improving   Read More ...
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Nevada wants to use untried execution drugs that pose risks
LAS VEGAS (AP) — For Nevada's first execution in more than a decade, state officials are turning to a never-before-tried combination of drugs, including a powerful painkiller that is fueling much of the nation's opioid epidemic and a paralyzing drug that could mask any signs of trouble. If the state's highest court approves the plan and it works without complications, the system could offer an alternative execution method to other states seeking hard-to-obtain drugs for lethal injections   Read More ...
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Nevada Considering Running its Own Health Exchange Again
Nevada officials are considering moving the state's online health insurance marketplace off a federal website and onto a state-run platform. Heather Korbulic, the executive director of the Silver State health exchange, said the U.S. government's healthcare.gov site limits the insurance marketplace's access to information and how much time customers can spend shopping around for coverage. Korbulic told The Las Vegas Sun the exchange is planning to solicit bids for the project in the coming months   Read More ...
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Dayton's Madison Foley Hits Milestone in Nevada Win
Nevada Release. In a match that saw senior Madison Foley get her 118th career ace, the Nevada Wolf Pack (10-19, 8-9 MW) defeated the Utah State Aggies (15-14, 7-10 MW) Thursday night in four sets, 25-19, 17-25, 25-23 and 28-26. The ace for Foley moved her into sole possession of third in program history in career aces, a major milestone for the senior in her final week with the Wolf Pack   Read More ...
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Power Outage Affecting More Than 300 in Northern Nevada
NV Energy reports 364 people are without power in Northern Nevada Thursday morning. The outage is affecting 319 customers in Washoe County, 43 in Lyon County and 2 in Lander County. NV Energy says equipment and weather are to blame for the power outages. Officials expect all power to be restored by 10:00 a.m. To see a detailed list of which zip codes are being impacted, click here   Read More ...
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780 KOH and The Salvation Army to Collect Donations to Fill Holiday Food Baskets
News Talk 780 KOH and The Salvation Army will be collecting donations to fill holiday food baskets for families in need in the Carson City, Douglas County, Lyon County and the Tahoe area November 17. Collection sites will be Max Casino, 900 S Carson St, in Carson City and Sanchez Meat Co, 17034 Highway 395, in Minden and will be collecting between 6 am and 6 pm   Read More ...
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Three years after Nevada ranch standoff, Bundy federal trial begins in Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS — The eldest son of a Nevada rancher and states’ rights figure told a federal jury on Wednesday he believes protesters and self-styled militia members saved his life when they arrived in April 2014 after government agents used dogs and stun guns against his family members ahead of a gunpoint showdown that ended a cattle roundup. “We didn’t know who they were,” Ryan Bundy said of the hundreds of people who answered a family call for support after news reports and internet accounts of family scuffles with agents and contract cowboys collecting cattle from hardscrabble rangeland northeast of Las Vegas   Read More ...
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Origins of 2014 militia showdown with U.S. agents recounted in Nevada court
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Nevada cattleman Cliven Bundy repeatedly rebuffed overtures to settle a range-land dispute with the U.S. government that festered for years, leading to the armed standoff that landed him in jail, a prosecution witness testified on Wednesday. Mary Jo Rugwell, former head of the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) district office in southern Nevada, took the stand as the government’s first witness in the conspiracy and assault trial of Bundy, two of his sons and a fourth defendant   Read More ...
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Nevada rancher's son tells US jury militia 'saved my life'
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The eldest son of a Nevada rancher and states' rights figure told a federal jury on Wednesday he believes protesters and self-styled militia members saved his life when they arrived in April 2014 after government agents used dogs and stun guns against his family members ahead of a gunpoint showdown that ended a cattle roundup. "We didn't know who they were," Ryan Bundy said of the hundreds of people who answered a family call for support after news reports and internet accounts of family scuffles with agents and contract cowboys collecting cattle from hardscrabble rangeland northeast of Las Vegas   Read More ...
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Three years after Nevada ranch standoff, Bundy federal trial begins in Las Vegas
Las Vegas • More than three years after Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and hundreds of militiamen faced off with federal law enforcement officers who had repossessed his cattle, the 71-year-old is finally seeing his battle reach a courtroom. The Bundy family has been at the center of a long-running dispute with federal authorities over the use of public lands for cattle grazing, and Bundy gathered with militias from around the country in April 2014 to directly challenge the federal government   Read More ...
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Three years after Nevada ranch standoff, Bundy federal trial begins in Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS — More than three years after Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and hundreds of militiamen faced off with federal law enforcement officers who had repossessed his cattle, the 71-year-old is finally seeing his battle reach a courtroom. The Bundy family has been at the center of a long-running dispute with federal authorities over the use of public lands for cattle grazing, and Bundy gathered with militias from around the country in April 2014 to directly challenge the federal government   Read More ...
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This Thursday is 'Nevada National Board Certified Teacher Day'
Governor Brian Sandoval and Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve have declared this Thursday 'Nevada National Board Certified Teacher Day.' Board certification allows teachers to gain more skills for their classrooms. Currently there are only a little more than 1,400 Nationally Board Certified Teachers in Nevada, and 250 of them are right here in Washoe County. Hunsberger Elementary School has the most board certified teachers in all of Washoe County and it is not easy to get your certification   Read More ...
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Lanes Reopened on I-80 Near Fernley After Fatal Crash
The Nevada Department of Transportation says crews have cleared the crash on I-80 near Fernley after a person was struck and killed late Tuesday night. The Nevada Highway Patrol says all eastbound lanes are closed on I-80 east of Fernley while crews investigate a fatal vehicle vs. pedestrian crash. The crash happened just before 9:30 p.m. Tuesday approximately 3 miles west of Jessup in Churchill County   Read More ...
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Intimidation or legal protest: lawyers face off at trial of Nevada rancher Bundy
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his followers were defying the rule of law by threat of violence, rather than engaging in a legal protest, when they took up arms against federal agents who had seized his cattle, a U.S. prosecutor told jurors on Tuesday. But Bundy’s lawyer countered that the government was at fault for escalating the conflict, and that supporters rallied to his cause because they saw him as the victim of intimidation and excess on the part of federal land managers   Read More ...
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NHP Wants Drivers To Take Wearing Seat Belts Seriously
The Nevada Highway Patrol sees all too often the severity of not wearing a seat belt in the event of a crash. As the community still grieves the condition of several teenagers in a crash in Carson City last week, it's a reminder to take your seat belt seriously. Seven teenagers were packed into an SUV in a horrible wreck along Kings Canyon Road in Carson City last Thursday   Read More ...
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Bundy Standoff Trial Now Underway in Las Vegas
Opening statements have begun in the federal trial of Nevada cattleman Cliven Bundy, two of his sons and a co-defendant in a 2014 armed standoff against government agents. Prosecutors allege the 71-year-old Bundy, sons Ryan and Ammon Bundy, and Ryan Payne led a self-styled militia to stop federal agents at gunpoint from enforcing court orders to remove Bundy's cattle from public rangeland   Read More ...
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Idaho man who hid daughters in Nevada mountains sentenced
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - A Boise father who authorities say endangered his two young daughters when he hid them in the Nevada mountains in May was sentenced to 20 years in prison. The Idaho Statesman reports 29-year-old Joshua Dundon must serve eight years in prison before he's eligible for parole after sentencing last week. He pleaded guilty in September to felony custodial interference and infliction of great bodily harm   Read More ...
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Judge denies 11th-hour bid to dismiss charges against Nevada rancher Bundy
By John L. Smith. LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - A federal judge on Monday rejected an 11th-hour bid by Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy to dismiss criminal charges he faced for a 2014 armed standoff against federal agents, finding no basis for defense claims that prosecutors concealed evidence. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro paved the way for the trial of Bundy, 71, and his three co-defendants, including sons Ammon and Ryan Bundy, to proceed with opening statements on Tuesday in a trial expected to last through February   Read More ...
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Nevada Tops Rhode Island
RENO, Nev. (AP) - Jordan Caroline had a double-double and Caleb Martin scored 24 points to help Nevada hold on for an 88-81 win over Rhode Island on Monday night. Caroline made 7 of 13 field-goal attempts and hit a career-high 14 free throws on 17 attempts to finish with 28 points and 12 rebounds. Martin, a junior transfer from N   Read More ...
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Opening statements set in conspiracy trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy
LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Federal prosecutors and defense lawyers were due to square off on Tuesday in the trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy for his role in a 2014 armed standoff that galvanized militia groups challenging U.S. government authority in the American West. Capping a week of procedural maneuvering following jury selection, U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro on Monday rejected an 11th-hour defense bid to dismiss the case, paving the way for the two sides to deliver opening statements in a trial expected to last through February   Read More ...
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