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T-bone crash injures 8 people on Highway 50

According to NHP trooper Dave Gibson, 8 people we injured in a t-bone crash in Dayton off Highway 50 Eastbound and Riverboat.

Bourbon Square Casino announces sale  

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Jesus Castillo fund set-up

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Nevada prisons chief wants funds to build new death chamber

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File your taxes for free in 2015 

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SLT Fire Captain arrested for alleged sexual exploitation of children 
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Big Game Bargains: Avocados on sale for Super Bowl weekend 
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NELIS puts the Nevada Legislature at your fingertips 
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