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  1. Early voting turnout light for municipal electionsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun

    In more than a week of early voting, just more than 17,500 people have cast ballots in municipal elections in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson, a paltry turnout of just 4.2 percent of active registered voters. The low turnout means several city council races will likely be decided by only a few hundred votes, cracking the door for challengers looking to unseat better-funded incumbents and potentially continuing an anti-incumbency trend that began in last fall's state elections.

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  2. Danger of drying out again sparks water projectRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun

    A rig of explosives is lowered into Lake Mead during construction of the Southern Nevada Water Authority's third straw, May 10, 2011. The Vegas Tunnel Constructors crew was blasting a 60-foot shaft in the bottom of the lake for the straw's intake structure.

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  3. Poo patrol means business: Do your duty - or elseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Vantage Lofts in Henderson has a strict policy on cleaning up after a tenant's pet - each animal is even DNA-tested to identify feces left behind. As the business manager at Vantage Lofts, an upscale apartment complex in Henderson, Jeffery Arterberry signs renters, manages finances and oversees maintenance.

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  4. Henderson school locked down after report of nearby gunshotRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Dooley Elementary School was locked down this afternoon as officers investigated a report of a gunshot in the area, Henderson Police said. Someone reported hearing a shot near the school in the vicinity of Boulder Highway and Equestrian Drive, Henderson Police spokeswoman Kathleen Richards said.

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  5. Poo patrol: Do your duty - or elseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Vantage Lofts in Henderson has a strict policy on cleaning up after a tenant's pet - each animal is even DNA-tested to identify feces left behind. As the business manager at Vantage Lofts, an upscale apartment complex in Henderson, Jeffery Arterberry signs renters, manages finances and oversees maintenance.

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  6. Lawmakers review bill to make expiring taxes permanentRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Nevada lawmakers are reviewing a major portion of Gov. Brian Sandoval's plan to raise and extend more than $1.1 billion in taxes. The Senate Revenue and Economic Development Committee held a hearing on SB 483 on Thursday, which would extend and make a number of expiring taxes permanent, including some of the payroll tax and a sales tax.

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  7. Las Vegas doctor takes plea deal in drug party caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Las Vegas Sun

    This undated booking photo provided by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department shows Andrew Scott Martin, 47. Martin, a Las Vegas doctor is accused of supplying drugs to partygoers and undercover cops at his elaborate themed parties on the Strip and in his suburban home. A Las Vegas doctor has taken a plea deal after being accused of supplying drugs at elaborate theme parties on the Strip and at home.

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  8. Assembly bill could break up Clark County School DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Students in a fourth-grade class quietly work on morning assignments in a tight environment arranged to accommodate 35 classmates, which exceeds the average of 30, at William V. Wright Elementary School, Friday, March 22, 2013. When Gov. Brian Sandoval took to the podium at the Legislature and announced his support for splitting up big school districts and appointing school board members, more than a few in the audience groaned.

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  9. Assembly bill could break up CCSDRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Las Vegas Sun

    First-year theater student Elena Cellitti pauses while classmates wander in character during an exercise at the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts. If CCSD were broken up, LVA could become part of a new Las Vegas school district, meaning students in other districts may not be able to attend.

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  10. Strip Scribbles: Britney Spears' fairy-tale life, Diana Ross, L.V. Outlaws, Michael BoychuckRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Pop princess Britney Spears says that "life has never been better" in a new People magazine at-home cover story to be distributed Friday. "I'm the happiest I've ever been," she says.

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  11. Fire does $67,000 damage to house in HendersonRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Las Vegas Sun

    One person and a pet were displaced after an accidental house fire this morning caused an estimated $67,000 damage, according to the Henderson Fire Department. Firefighters responded about 6:40 a.m. to a fire at a single-story house on Running River Road, near Green Valley Parkway and Warm Springs Road, city spokeswoman Kathleen Richards said.

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  12. Chaz Wolcott: Star of - Newsies' is from L.V.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Actor, dancer and choreographer Chaz Wolcott is 27 years old, but he could easily portray a 17-year-old with his youthful looks and friendly, energetic demeanor. In fact, Wolcott, who is starring in Disney's "Newsies" at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts downtown through Sunday, is only 6, as he is a Leap Year baby.

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  13. With three cities in strong recovery, don't mess with what worksRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 22 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Our society is filled with critics. We yell at our TV sets when our favorite quarterback overthrows his receivers three times in a row.

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  14. Q+A: Henderson-raised Chaz Wolcott is living his dream onstage in 'Newsies'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Actor, dancer and choreographer Chaz Wolcott is 27 years old, but he could easily portray a 17-year-old with his youthful looks and friendly, energetic demeanor. In fact, Wolcott, who is starring in Disney's "Newsies" at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts downtown through Sunday, is only 6, as he is a Leap Year baby.

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  15. Hispanic community, Boulevard Mall forge bond in the wake of the Great RecessionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Owner Christy Delcid is shown behind the counter in Christy's Candy Shop at the Boulevard Mall Sunday, March 1, 2015. At Boulevard Mall, traditional retailers J.C. Penney Co.

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  16. Who's who in the billionaire clubRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | The Las Vegas Sun

    UNLV officials are looking for wealthy donors to help support the medical school . Good thing Las Vegas isn't lacking billionaires.

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  17. Early voting kicks off Saturday for municipal primariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Volunteer Cheryl Lockhart, from right, helps voters Marion Van Druff, center, and Joe and Gail Sacco during municipal election voting at John Fremont Middle School on St. Louis Avenue in Las Vegas Tuesday, April 5, 2011. Residents in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson will get a chance to cast their ballots in the upcoming municipal primary election beginning Saturday with the start of early voting.

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  18. Police arrest man they say robbed same Henderson smoke shop twiceRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 19 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Police arrested a 36-year-old man Wednesday night in connection with two armed robberies at the same Henderson smoke shop less than two months apart, police said. Henderson resident Chad M. Nichols was arrested about 7:45 p.m. Wednesday near Horizon Ridge Parkway and Horizon Drive on two counts each of robbery with a deadly weapon and burglary with a deadly weapon, Henderson Police said.

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  19. Henderson's economic rebound plays crucial role in city council racesRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 19 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Henderson has a long list of superlatives it uses to promote itself - it's one of the safest cities in America, one of the best places to retire, a great place to raise a family and is home to one of the country's best parks systems, according to adulation directed its way from various national media and other organizations. But the city isn't without its challenges, especially in the wake of the recession that upended government budgets across Southern Nevada over the past five years.

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  20. Finalists named for Nevada district judge vacanciesRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | The Las Vegas Sun

    State officials today announced the final candidates to fill the two judgeships in Clark County that were made vacant when District Judges Abbi Silver and Jerome Tao were named to the new court of appeals. To succeed Silver, the Nevada Commission on Judicial Selection selected lawyers Mary F. Chapman, 51, of Las Vegas; Joseph P. Hardy, 42 of Henderson and Louis E. Johnson, 54, of Las Vegas.

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