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Inmate's Disease Poses Possible Death Case Dilemma

Posted: 09/26/2009 - Federal prosecutors in Nevada and Washington are weighing whether to seek the death penalty for the reputed leader of a violent white supremacy prison gang who is awaiting trial on murder and racketeering charges.

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Volunteer at Red Rock Next Month

Posted: 09/25/2009 - Federal officials say they plan to host a fifth annual volunteer day at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area next month.

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Man Arrested in Door-Knock Killing

Posted: 09/25/2009 - North Las Vegas police say an 18-year-old has been arrested in the slaying of a 19-year-old who was fatally wounded when he answered a knock at the door at home.

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Topless Pool Trials Scheduled

Posted: 09/25/2009 - Trial dates have been set for at least five women arrested during a Las Vegas police undercover operation earlier this year at a topless pool at the Rio hotel-casino.

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Film Festival Cancelled

Posted: 09/25/2009 - Organizers are cancelling the CineVegas Film Festival in Las Vegas next year because of the economy.

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Save Him or Kill Him?

Posted: 09/24/2009 - Federal prosecutors in Nevada and Washington are weighing whether to seek the death penalty for the reputed leader of a violent white supremacy prison gang who is awaiting trial on murder and racketeering charges.

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Gibbons, Reid Fighting Over Rail Project

Posted: 09/24/2009 - CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - Gov. Jim Gibbons and U.S. Sen. Harry Reid are sparring over $45 million once earmarked to help pay for a high-speed maglev rail project between southern Nevada and California. A spokesman for the Republican governor last week said the money from the federal government was on its way. On Wednesday, federal Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood sent a letter to Gibbons, saying he was mistaken. A Reid spokesman says the Senate Majority Leader earlier supported the maglev project, but has since abandoned it because backers have taken too long to move forward. Reid instead now supports a competing trail project, the DesertXpress train, and wants to shift the funding to Nevada road and highway projects.

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Woman Killed in Double Shooting

Posted: 09/24/2009 - Police say an 80-year-old woman is dead and a 91-year-old man is hospitalized with a gunshot wound after a double shooting at a home in downtown Las Vegas.

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PUC Denies NV Energy Rate Increase

Posted: 09/23/2009 - The Public Utilities Commission has rejected an application by NV Energy to increase rates by 4.1 percent for homeowners in Clark County.

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Bank of America & JPMorgan Overhaul Overdraft Fees

Updated: 09/23/2009 - As lawmakers prepare to implement sweeping credit card reforms, Bank of America Corp. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. are moving to overhaul overdraft fees and practices that have been criticized industrywide as excessive and harmful to consumers.

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Heidi Fleiss Loses Vegas Dog Grooming Business

Posted: 09/19/2009 - Former "Hollywood Madam" Heidi Fleiss' Las Vegas dog grooming business has been shut down by a judge as part of a civil lawsuit, two days after she was sentenced to three years probation on felony drug charges.

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Nevada Test Site Turns to Nonproliferation Efforts

Posted: 09/19/2009 - Managers of the Nevada Test Site say they're ready to write a new chapter in the history of the nation's nuclear weapons proving grounds as home to a new National Center for Nuclear Security.

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