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Possible campus of homeless services considered for Downtown Las Vegas
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Creating a “campus” of homeless services, a storage facility for their belongings and a mental health hub are among the ideas that have been floated to help the homeless population and curb chronic homelessness in downtown Las Vegas.

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Streisand departs from the script at least enough to be quirky at T-Mobile Arena concert
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The superstar’s return to Las Vegas includes surprises both in set list and ad-libbed moments between.

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Simulated flight over McCarran a roller-coaster ride
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The doomed flight was on a simulator inside Allegiant Air’s training center in southwest Las Vegas. The folks at Allegiant were kind enough to let me try my hand at flying an Airbus A320 during a tour of the 17,500-square-foot facility.

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Former bookkeeper facing 49 charges of Las Vegas theft and forgery
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Roxanne “Roxie” Sparks, 57, is accused of transferring more than $200,000 between two of her clients’ accounts over a four-year period.

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Las Vegas police are investigating a suspicious death in the east valley.
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Las Vegas police are investigating a suspicious death Sunday evening in the east valley.

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Bali Hai site top contender for Las Vegas NFL stadium location
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The proximity of the Bali Hai Golf Club to two interstate highways and world-famous Las Vegas Boulevard has now made it the leading contender as a site for a 65,000-seat domed football stadium proposed by Las Vegas Sands Corp., Majestic Realty and the Oakland Raiders.

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New Colorado River book recasts ‘wasteful’ Las Vegas as a monument to smart water use
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The Bellagio fountains — and Las Vegas as a whole — get high marks for water management and conservation in a surprisingly upbeat new book about the Colorado River and its future.

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Special police units work to combat squatters in Las Vegas Valley
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The Great Recession hit Las Vegas like a storm, leaving in its wake a surplus of empty houses and financial troubles. With homes around the valley in various stages of the foreclosure process, it can be hard to track ownership paper trails, making them an easy target for squatters.

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Through life, Las Vegas artist Dave Dave finds inspiration for his work after childhood tragedy
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A lot of artists talk about suffering and struggle, but few have lived them like Las Vegas artist Dave Dave. When Dave — formerly known as David Rothenberg — was 6, his father tried to kill him by setting him on fire in a California hotel room.

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Retired Las Vegas cop rehabs homes and lives
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Former Las Vegas cop Laurie Bisch, who ran unsuccessfully for sheriff and city council, now finds meaning restoring homes and selling them. She is a big supporter of community policing.

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What will it take to make the Moulin Rouge succeed in Las Vegas?
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The site’s rich 60-year history of failed development attempts show the next developer must be better at forming and maintaining relationships, both internally within the project and externally with the black community surrounding the site.

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