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Sen. Harry Reid Reid apologizes for Asian jokes at Vegas luncheon

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is apologizing for jokes he made about Asians during a luncheon in Las Vegas this week.

NPRI suit seeks Tahoe-Douglas sewer pay records 

Updated: 8/21/2014 1:20:00 PM   3 comments Comments

Vegas offering all but marriage to LGBT tourists

Updated: 8/21/2014 12:55:00 PM

Man pleads guilty using invisible ink at casino

Updated: 8/21/2014 11:54:00 AM

More than 200 layoffs at cash-strapped UMC

Updated: 8/21/2014 11:50:00 AM


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Ex-state lawmaker due for hearing in domestic case
A jailed former Nevada state lawmaker is facing a preliminary hearing on felony and misdemeanor charges dating to a February 2013 scuffle with police investigating a domestic dispute.
(MGN Online)
Bundy to speak at Elko Tea Party event Sept. 11
Leaders of the Elko Tea Party says southern Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy will speak in Elko next month at a fundraiser and rally they're co-hosting with the Nevada Committee for Full Statehood.
Progressive slots links New Jersey, Nevada casinos
A long-planned initiative linking slot machines at casinos in New Jersey and Nevada designed to create bigger jackpots is up and running.
(Photo Courtesy: Federal Bureau of Investigation)
Nevadan seeks to overturn 1976 murder conviction 
DNA technology that wasn't available four decades ago will be front and center in a Reno courtroom where a 64-year-old woman is trying to overturn her murder conviction after spending more than 30 years in prison.
Ex-guard remains jailed in prison cellphone case
A Las Vegas judge is questioning the source of bail money that a former Nevada state prison guard wants to post so he can serve house arrest while facing charges that he smuggled contraband to Las Vegas Strip shooting suspect Ammar Harris.
New Red Cross disaster warehouse in Texas ready
An American Red Cross disaster supplies warehouse in North Texas has the distinction of being the group's biggest facility to serve the most people.
Tickets for Vegas' Rock in Rio go on sale Sept. 26
Organizers say they'll start selling tickets to the inaugural Rock in Rio USA festival on Sept. 26.
Nevada prison: Dead inmate had chronic condition
Nevada prison officials say a 69-year-old convicted child sex offender who died serving a 50-years-to-life prison sentence had a chronic medical condition.
(MGN Online)
Nevada's ACT test takers score above US average
Makers of the ACT test say Nevada's Class of 2014 scored higher than the national average in English, reading and math, although only about one-third of graduates took the exam.
California cop facing Vegas prostitution charge
A 48-year-old police sergeant from Glendale, California, is facing a misdemeanor prostitution charge in Nevada after his arrest in a prostitution sting at a Las Vegas Strip hotel-casino.

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