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Arbor View’s baseball team retired two of the first nine opposing hitters Wednesday. Until Jalen Haener took the mound. Haener got the first batter he faced to ground into a double play to end the second inning and brought a sense of calm that allowed the Aggies to cruise to a 14-3, five-inning win over
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Cathy Tull, chief marketing officer for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, has resigned amid separate investigations by the Review-Journal and the Metropolitan Police Department into the public agency’s misspending. CEO Steve Hill confirmed Wednesday that Tull left the agency, but Hill and other convention authority officials did not immediately provide details. Tull’s resignation
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WASHINGTON — The Department of Justice is expected to release the long-awaited report submitted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Thursday morning. Journalists and political operatives prepared to comb through the nearly 400-page document to see if it adhered to Attorney General William Barr’s four-page summary of its findings released in March – that Mueller
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A semitrailer stopped in the middle of Interstate 15 was slowing traffic Wednesday morning in the central Las Vegas Valley. As of 9:15 a.m., the big rig was stopped in the center northbound lane of the interstate near Charleston Boulevard, causing traffic to slow, Nevada Department of Transportation cameras showed. The Regional Transportation Commission advised
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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump vetoed a resolution passed by Congress to end U.S. military assistance in Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen. The veto — the second in Trump’s presidency — was expected, and Congress lacks the votes to override it. But passing the never-before-used war powers resolution was viewed as a milestone for lawmakers,
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WASHINGTON — The special counsel’s Trump-Russia report will be out on Thursday for all to see. But not all of it. The Democrats’ demands for a full, unredacted version of Robert Mueller’s report are likely to prompt a political and legal battle that could last for months, if not much longer. The chairman of the
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In winning the past two games of their Western Conference quarterfinal series, the Golden Knights were forced to play two high-intensity, rough-and-tumble encounters that looked like they belonged in the Federal League. In winning the past two games of their Western Conference quarterfinal series, the Golden Knights were forced to play two high-intensity, rough-and-tumble encounters
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In winning the past two games of their Western Conference quarterfinal series, the Golden Knights were forced to play two high-intensity, rough-and-tumble encounters that looked like they belonged in the Federal League. In winning the past two games of their Western Conference quarterfinal series, the Golden Knights were forced to play two high-intensity, rough-and-tumble encounters
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Criticizing someone’s political views shouldn’t be conflated with threatening their life. Somehow, that’s now a debatable contention. Last month, Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., referred to the 9/11 terror attacks as “some people did something.” Last week, Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, tweeted in response, “First Member of Congress to ever describe terrorists who killed thousands of
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The Clark County Commission recommended on Tuesday that federal lawmakers designate more than 100,000 acres for off-highway vehicle recreation south of the Las Vegas Valley in a future public lands bill. Elected officials are urging Congress to consider three specific areas: More than 42,000 acres near Nelson Hills, nearly 40,000 acres by Sandy Valley and
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Newly announced presidential candidate Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., charted a decidedly moderate course Monday as he unveiled his candidacy to a town hall meeting of the UNLV Young Democrats. It was Swalwell’s first visit to Las Vegas since announcing his candidacy April 8. Swalwell said he’s against Medicare for all, because it would eliminate choice,
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After multiple public meetings gauging Las Vegas Valley residents’ opinions on flight patterns around the area, aviation officials are one step closer to launching proposed improvements aimed at simplifying the aviation experience. The Federal Aviation Administration held a trio of meetings last week regarding the Next Generation Air Transportation Metroplex project, which calls for using