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Vehicles that drove through Breonna Taylor protest in LA are latest in troubling trendAt least one person was injured Thursday night when vehicles drove through a Hollywood protest over the grand jury's decision in the Breonna Taylor case.

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Carson City Sheriff's Office warns community of current Scams and FraudsSome common scams include phony calls from scammers who claim to be Carson City Sheriff's Office employees, requesting gift cards for payments, and posting fake rentals in order to receive cash deposits.

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RSCVA board backs preliminary terms for new CEO contractThe Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority board on Thursday approved a tentative employment agreement for its new CEO.

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County spotlights local businessFor the seventh consecutive year, several Douglas County businesses were recognized with a Spotlight Award.

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Did You See This?Dear Friends, Did you hear the news? Yesterday President Trump issued an executive order “The Born-Alive Executive Order” “to ensure that all precious babies born alive, no matter their circumstances, receive the medical care that they deserve.

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Pedestrian killed in Henderson early Friday morningHENDERSON — On Sept. 25 at approximately 5:30 a.m., Henderson Police and Fire responded to eastbound St. Rose Parkway east of Raiders Way in reference to an auto-pedestrian collision.

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Study looks at connection between schools and COVID-19A new study looked at how schools can potentially expose Americans to COVID-19.

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Web captures big share of Washoe sales growthWashoe County consumers sharply boosted their Web spending as worries about COVID-19 persist.

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Golden Knights goalie Marc-Andre Fleury says he wants to stay in Las VegasCopyright 2018 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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Youth sports may be coming back to Las Vegas valleyCounty officials have reportedly come up with a directive that will allow play to restart.

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DIVAS ON A DIME: Peak season vegetables inspire hearty lasagnaWhat do you do when you're craving something gooey and cheesy, but your scale rudely reminds you that you should consider eating some vegetables?

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California LotteryNo one matched all five numbers and the mega number in the Wednesday, Sept. 23 drawing of the California Super Lotto.

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Letters to the Editor of the Pahrump Valley TimesMy reason for abolishing the Electoral College is quite simple. It would mean every vote would count and people would be more likely to participate in the political process.

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Senior MenusThe Pahrump Senior center's dining room is closed and all activities have been canceled until further notice, however meals may be picked up on a to-go basis 10:30 a.m.

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Tonopah's Belvada Hotel nearing grand openingThe Belvada is included in a long list of Tonopah area sites named on the National Register of Historic Places, appearing under its original name of State Bank and Trust Company.

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Spotlight shines on Nevada Silver Tappers  Pahrumpa€™s ambassadors featured on Returning the FavorAnyone familiar with the town of Pahrump has likely heard of the Nevada Silver Tappers and thanks to the Facebook series "Returning the Favor", now millions of people all around the world have had the chance to get to know a little bit about this amazing troop of dancing senior ladies too.

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Appointments still available for Pahrump Remote Area Medical clinicRemote Area Medical's 2020 Pahrump Clinic is just one week away and there are still appointment slots available, so residents of the valley and surrounding areas who are in need of medical services at no cost are encouraged to secure their spot today.

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Local animal rescue hosts free adoption eventOfficials from a local animal rescue agency are hosting a three-day animal adoption event beginning today through Sunday.

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Las Vegas Aces star A'Ja Wilson speaks out about Breonna TaylorProtesters take to Las Vegas streets Day 2 after Breonna Taylor grand jury decision.

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CCSD school will not reopen next month, according to superintendentJara squashed rumors about a possible reopening during a virtual meeting Thursday night.

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The Sept. 25, 2020, R-C Morning ReportGenoa, Nev. — I've got word that sample ballots started to turn up in the mail on Thursday.

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U.S. Attorney: 9 'discarded ballots' investigated in Pennsylvania"At this point we can confirm that a small number of military ballots were discarded," U.S. Attorney David Freed's office said in a statement, adding that of the nine ballots, seven had been cast for Trump.

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Las Vegas breaking news for Sept. 25, 2020The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.

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2 men shot overnight in North Las VegasNorth Las Vegas police discovered the shooting victims around 1:30 a.m. at an apartment complex on Civic Center Drive near East Cheyenne Avenue.

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Plan, research expenses before moving to a new cityBut before you pack up and hit the road, there are some things you ought to do to make sure you can afford this upcoming transition.

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Commission chairman considered a higher fine for Boyd GamingNevada Gaming Commission Chairman John Moran wanted to fine Boyd Gaming Corp.'s Fremont property more than $300,000 for threatening a gambler accused of theft.

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Tackling Southern Nevada youth homelessness remains key priority for Las Vegas SandsLas Vegas Sands has strengthened its commitment to tackling youth homelessness after rolling out plans for the fourth annual Southern Nevada Youth Homelessness Summit in collaboration with Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth.

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What a buyout would do for Marc-Andre Fleury, Golden KnightsThe Golden Knights have never used a buyout in their three offseasons as a fully fledged team.

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Voting in person? Here's how Clark County will protect you from virusConsider bringing gloves and hand sanitizer to the polls if you're voting in person Nov.

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When a coronavirus vaccine hits market, how eager will Las Vegans be to take it?Las Vegas health officials are confident they'll be prepared to rapidly administer an eventual coronavirus vaccine.

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Circa Resort Casino licensed by the Nevada Gaming CommissionThe Circa Resort Casino received approval from the Nevada Gaming Commission and was granted a license to open its doors to the public on October 28.

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Charlo brothers hoping to show off in pay-per-view fightsThe Charlo brothers are determined to put on a show on boxing's biggest card since the arrival of the pandemic.

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Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court a€” againNEW YORK — A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments Friday in President Donald Trump’s long-running fight to prevent a top New York prosecutor from getting his tax returns.

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Virus disrupting Rio's Carnival for first time in a centuryRIO DE JANEIRO — A cloud of uncertainty that has hung over Rio de Janeiro throughout the coronavirus pandemic has been lifted, but gloom remains — the annual Carnival parade of flamboyant samba schools won’t be held in February.

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Biden's low-key campaign style worries some DemocratsIn this Sept. 23, 2020, file photo Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a Biden for President Black economic summit at Camp North End in Charlotte, N.C. The final stretch of a presidential campaign is typically a nonstop mix of travel, caffeine and adrenaline.

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Breonna Taylor march in Las Vegas calls for systemic changesIgnoring a few instigators and embracing many more supporters, demonstrators marched up and down the Las Vegas Strip Thursday night to honor Breonna Taylor and demand racial justice.

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Ginsburg is first woman to lie in state at US CapitolWASHINGTON — Capping days of commemorations of her extraordinary life, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg becomes the first woman in American history to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol.

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Canceled flights strand 25 Easter Islanders for 6 monthsFor people around the world, the coronavirus has caused distressing separations and delayed homecomings. But the situation for a group of 25 residents from remote Easter Island stands out.

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Pandemic-proof: Fall college football revived on West CoastA major college football season that was in peril six week ago as conferences succumbed to concerns about COVID-19 is reconstituting.

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Coronavirus live updates: What we know Friday in Reno, Northern NevadaAn additional 132 cases were reported Thursday, bringing the total number of cases for Washoe County to 9,010.

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Attorneys Krall, Aurbach facing off for District Court Dept. 4Improving the flow of cases through District Court and ensuring better access to justice are the top priorities of the two candidates seeking the open seat in Department 4.

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Financial Focus for Sept. 24, 2020LAS VEGAS — In today's Financial Focus, we have a check of the stock market and the stocks with ties to Las Vegas.

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List of RJ winners in Nevada press awardsThe Las Vegas Review-Journal grabbed 47 awards, including 26 top-three finishes in the urban journalism division, in the Nevada Press Foundation Awards of Excellence this month.

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Cortez Masto joins colleagues in seeking federal aid for firesAmid devastating wildfires and rangeland fires across the West, and U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto joined Sen.

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IN SEASON: In Season answers Pahrump readers' garden questionsIn Season takes readers' questions and offers suggestions for a better harvest.

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DEBRA J. SAUNDERS: The perspective from deep inside the madding crowdGov. Steve Sisolak's differing standards for political protests and presidential rallies came into sharp relief when President Donald Trump visited Las Vegas recently.

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Business groups laud judge's ruling on taxesThe Retail Association of Nevada, Nevada Trucking Association, Nevada Franchised Auto Dealers Association, and the National Federation of Independent Businesses issued statements Monday in response to Carson City District Court Judge James Russell's ruling on the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of SB551 and SB542 passed during the 2019...

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State starts preparing for COVID-19 vaccineGov. Steve Sisolak signed an emergency regulation to support widespread immunization efforts to help Nevada prepare for a potential COVID-19 vaccine.

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Tests carrying organs, tissue by drones prove successfulMissionGO and Nevada Donor Network announced Tuesday two successful test flights carrying a human organ and tissue via an unmanned aircraft system.

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Man facing arson charge after burning down his homeA Pahrump man claiming that "voices in his head" told him to burn down his home, did just that earlier this month, according to the Nye County Sheriff's Office.

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Disaster preparedness study funded by Walmart grantThe Walmart Foundation has granted $300,000 to the Guinn Center for Policy Priorities and Arizona State University's Morrison Institute for Public Policy to research how well existing disaster management and planning systems in Nevada and Arizona are serving Latinos and Native Americans living in urban areas.

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Tonopah schools temporarily move online for instructionNye County School District schools in Tonopah temporarily moved instruction online in mid-September after multiple students and staff called in for &# symptoms," in an email to parents stated on Wednesday, Sept."

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Cork is undone at new wine tasting roomNow has a new winery with a tasting room doing business in the heart of town.

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Pahrump's CVS now offering drive-thru COVID-19 testingAs stated in a news release, CVS Health announced plans this month to add more than 2,000 new COVID-19 drive-thru test sites at select CVS Pharmacy locations nationwide by mid-October to boost access to testing and help slow the spread of the virus.

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Service will allow voters to track mailed ballotsThe Nevada Secretary of State Elections Division on Tuesday announced a new service that will allows voters to track mail ballots - when they are mailed to them, when they are received by the county and when they have been counted.

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What's causing uptick in violence on Vegas Strip? Mental health experts explainLAS VEGAS — Fights and shootings have been drawing attention to the Las Vegas Strip this month and during the pandemic.

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Aces collapse late, on brink of elimination in playoffsThe Connecticut Sun closed Thursday's WNBA playoff semifinal game with a 20-4 run to defeat the Aces 77-68 and take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five series.

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Federal court rejects Trump campaign's effort to stop Nevada's mail ballot planNevada Attorney General Aaron Ford joined "Red and Blue" to discuss a federal judge's decision to reject the Trump campaign's attempt to stop Nevada's new mail ballot law.

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Biden newsDemocratic nominee Joe Biden has ridiculed Donald Trump for his ignorance of American history and highly questionable advice on using household bleach to combat the coronavirus, turning the tables on a president known for his insults.

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Former Henderson police chief sues city, alleges racial discriminationEx-Henderson police chief LaTesha Watson is suing her former employer, claiming she faced discrimination. The city says her claims are unsubstantiated.

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When will the governor stop moving the goalpost?Has anyone else wondered when this &#; is going to end? Let me recap what we were told when this all started.

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Review-journal Endorsement: Clark County Commission, District AIn the race for District A on the Clark County Commission, Democratic incumbent Michael Naft faces Republican Michael Thomas, a former police officer.

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Review-journal Endorsement: Clark County Commission, District BIn District B, Commission Chairwoman Marilyn Kirkpatrick, a Democrat, faces a challenge from Republican Kevin Williams and Independent American Warren Markowitz.

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Review-journal Endorsement: Clark County Commission, District DIn District D, William McCurdy II, a Democrat, faces David L. Washington, a former Las Vegas fire chief who is running unaffiliated.

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Review-journal Endorsement: Clark County Commission, District CIn District C, Republican Stavros Anthony, a Las Vegas City councilman and former Metro captain, faces Democrat Ross Miller, who served as Nevada secretary of state from 2006 through 2014.

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Cartoon: OvermatchedBecause Harry Reid disposed of the filibuster for judicial nominations, Democrats have little chance of stopping the Supreme Court nominee.

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LETTER: Voter plans to sit this election outI have watched over the years how my vote doesn't matter or count. It seems the Electoral College votes for me.

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LETTER: Airlines want another federal bailoutThese are some thoughts regarding the airline CEOs visiting the White House begging for funds to bail them out.

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LETTER: Look around, ye Democrats and despairDo not be fooled, Democrats. Don't fall for another shiny object. Keep your eye and enthusiasm on the election.

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LETTER: The Supreme Court and gender politicsWhat has happened to the idea of nominating the best candidate for the welfare of our beloved country?

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LETTER: NFL tailgaters and NASCAR racesMeanwhile, a Trump rally gets slammed and fined for violations. Gov. Steve Sisolak doesn't allow fans outdoors for a NASCAR race where people would be spread out widely and completely safe.

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LETTER: Scores of NFL players in one place?Does the NFL have the vaccine or are the players immune? Where is Gov. Steve Sisolak?

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MEGAN McARDLE: There are no winners in the Court WarsThere are so many points at which we could have avoided this. If Robert Bork hadn't been borked.

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South Point 400 NASCAR race safe for fans, but Steve Sisolak said noThere should be fans in the stands to watch this Sunday's South Point 400 NASCAR playoff race.

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LETTER: Violence and the Portland protestsThese &#; are exactly like internet trolls, letting their true selves shine through while operating under a cloak of anonymity.

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Review-Journal awarded bevy of honors in state contestThe Las Vegas Review-Journal and its reporters took home a variety of awards this month in the Nevada Press Foundation 2020 Awards of Excellence.

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Publisher: 2 reporters arrested during Kentucky protestsThe publisher of an online news website says two of the site's reporters were arrested while covering protests of a grand jury's decision not to indict officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.

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Attorney arrested at Breonna Taylor protest in Las VegasAttorney Jonathan MacArthur, who has attended numerous protests this year, was arrested Wednesday night during a gathering in honor of Breonna Taylor.

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Quad-County COVID-19 Update for Thursday, Sept. 24: Eight New Cases and Twelve RecoveriesThis brings the total number of cases to 1,272, with 1,146 recoveries and sixteen deaths, 110 cases remain active.

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Mountain West to play 8-game schedule starting Oct. 24The MWC consists of the following schools: UNLV, UNR, Air Force Academy, Boise State University, Colorado State, Fresno State, University of New Mexico, San Diego State University, San Jose State University, Utah State University and the University of Wyoming.

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Food handler cards applications to resume at Southern Nevada Health DistrictStarting Monday, the Southern Nevada Health District will begin processing new food handler safety training cards for food workers in the valley.

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Game on: UNLV, Mountain West football will return Oct. 24Mountain West teams will play eight league games, all against conference opponents. The league championship game is Dec.

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Mountain West joins Big Ten, Pac-12 in playing football this fallThe Mountain West on Thursday night decided to begin play next month after presidents from its 12 member schools met and voted, the league announced.

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Nevada football is back: Mountain West votes to play a fall seasonMountain West football is back and that means the Nevada Wolf Pack are back after the conference presidents voted to have a fall season.

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Breonna Taylor protesters demonstrate on Las Vegas StripA march on the Las Vegas Strip brought more than 100 people calling for justice in the death of Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, after a grand jury determined there was no criminal violation among the officers involved in her shooting.

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CCSD not considering a return to classrooms next month, Jara saysThe Clark County School District is not considering a plan to reopen schools in the next month, Superintendent Jesus Jara said at a school board meeting Thursday night, addressing recent rumors that students would return to classrooms as early as October.

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USDA will need 3 times more than current resources to mitigate, fight wildfires in 2021The United States is enduring a devastating wildfire year. Fires have cut destructive swaths through California, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, and Arizona.

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'I had the intent to defend myself': Man detained after driving through crowd says he meant no harmThe man who was detained after driving his car through a crowd of protesters rallying for Breonna Taylor says he had no intention of hurting anybody and was only defending himself after his vehicle was surrounded by demonstrators outside the Colorado State Capitol building in Denver Wednesday night.

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Paella festival leads lineup of upcoming Las Vegas food eventsRestaurants also announce popups, food and coffee classes, virtual island getaways, new locations, new vegetarian tacos and special packages.

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Rich Johansen endorsed by Nevada County Contractors' AssociationThe Nevada County Contractors Association Political Action Committee has endorsed Rich Johansen for Nevada Irrigation District Division V. The Nevada County Contractors' Association Political Action Committee is an esteemed political advocacy arm of the Nevada County Contractors' Association.

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Nevada County Contractors' Association endorses W. Scott Miller for NID Division 3The Nevada County Contractors' Association Political Action Committee is pleased to announce that it has endorsed Scott Miller for Nevada Irrigation Division III.After interviewing both candidates the PAC felt that Miller is the most qualified to continue to provide the strong leadership the Nevada Irrigation District needs.

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Rich Johansen endorsed by Nevada County Contractors' AssociationThe Nevada County Contractors Association Political Action Committee has endorsed Rich Johansen for Nevada Irrigation District Division V. The Nevada County Contractors' Association Political Action Committee is an esteemed political advocacy arm of the Nevada County Contractors' Association.

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Protesters take to Las Vegas streets Day 2 after Breonna Taylor grand jury decisionThe group gathered near the corner of Sahara Avenue and Paradise Road at around 7 p.m.

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Suspect in Nevada County exposure case arrested on outstanding warrantA Foresthill man is back in custody after failing to appear in court on felony charges of indecent exposure.

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Montez mural takes shape: New mural nears completion in downtown Grass ValleyDowntown Grass Valley’s latest mural is taking shape alongside Sourdough and Co. at 121 Neal St. Artist Ursula Young said that her mural depicting Lola Montez and a Sierra-scape with old Grass Valley buildings is slated to be completed today.

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Nevada County nursing and assisted living facilities manage COVID-19 casesSome Nevada County skilled nursing and assisted living facilities have been impacted by additional cases of COVID-19 in residents and staff in recent weeks.

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Nevada Irrigation District candidate forum set for Monday at Nevada County MediaFour candidates for the Nevada Irrigation District board have agreed to participate in a live candidate forum 6 p.m.

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Suspect in Nevada County exposure case arrested on outstanding warrantA Foresthill man is back in custody after failing to appear in court on felony charges of indecent exposure.

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Nevada Irrigation District candidate forum set for Monday at Nevada County MediaFour candidates for the Nevada Irrigation District board have agreed to participate in a live candidate forum 6 p.m.

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Black student-led initiative wants to ‘Bring Back Kap,' tackle racism at UNRBlack students at the University of Nevada, Reno, are urging their school to more decisively recognize Colin Kaepernick, one of its most prominent alumnus and activists of this time.

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Patriots owner Kraft cleared of massage parlor sex chargeFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Florida prosecutors dropped a misdemeanor charge against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft on Thursday after courts blocked their use of video that allegedly shows him paying for massage parlor sex.

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Pac-12 to kick off 7-game football season in early NovemberThe Pac-12 set a Nov. 6 start date Thursday for a seven-game football season, following the Big Ten in overturning an August decision to postpone until spring because of concerns about playing through the pandemic.

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Police: Portland protesters escalate violence, hurling firebombs at copsPORTLAND, Ore. — Protesters in Portland hurled several firebombs at officers in Oregon’s largest city during a demonstration over a Kentucky grand jury’s decision to not indict officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor, police said, escalating tensions in a city that's already seen nearly four months of nightly protests...

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Evel Knievel's son suing Disney over character in ‘Toy Story 4'Evel Knievel's son is suing the Walt Disney Co., arguing that it knocked off his dad's famous daredevil persona in "Toy Story 4."

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Great shopping deals during the pandemicLAS VEGAS — A lot has changed due to the pandemic, right down to the prices of many things we buy.

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Eric Trump: President will concede if Biden wins bigPresidential son Eric Trump, during a campaign visit to Southern Nevada on Thursday, said his father would concede the 2020 race if rival Joe Biden won by a large margin.

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Lamar Jackson, Ravens get betting nod over ChiefsThe Ravens, led by reigning MVP Lamar Jackson, are 3½-point home favorites over the Chiefs after the line opened at 2½.

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Explaining Question 4: Adding a voter bill of rights to the Nevada ConstitutionWith just 40 days left until Election Day and ballots being mailed to Washoe County voters late next week, News 4-FOX 11 is continuing our series on the five ballot questions that Nevada voters will decide on in November.

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Fee-free day at Nevada State Parks Sept. 26Nevada residents and visitors are invited to celebrate Nevada Public Lands Day on Saturday, September 26 with a “fee-free” day at Nevada’s State Parks.

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Trailer flip in Washoe Valley causing major traffic back up on freewayA vehicle towing a trailer has flipped in south Washoe Valley in the Northbound lanes on I-580 which is causing a major back up of traffic along the freeway in Carson City.

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Mary West: Exploring Burton Creek State ParkImagine six miles of trail in alpine forest to wander, almost to yourself. I found all this and more at Burton Creek State Park just outside of Tahoe City.

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Denis Peirce: When opportunity knocks, answer the doorLong time friend, Bill McCrea, was in touch early this month and mentioned a trip to the Klamath River he had on his calendar.

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13 Things To Do This Week In Las Vegas From Sept. 25-Oct. 1, 2020Info about National Pancake Day, AREA15, a new shopping experience in downtown Las Vegas, a beer dinner, something fun for the kids, trivia for the adults, and sidewalk chalk art for everyone to enjoy.

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Online forum discusses Black student disparities in CCSD education"Access to a good education." Some have it. Others do not. The Clark County Black Caucus says for Black students in CCSD, there's a lack of opportunity and an unlevel playing field.

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Las Vegas breaking news for Sept. 24, 2020LAS VEGAS — The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.

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How to be a tourist in las vegasWin some money! I’m not really a gambler. I think I’m too cheap to gamble.

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Nevada County Captures: Photobomb!And please remember to include your name and a caption with your submission. Thank you!

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Fox News poll: Biden ahead of Trump in Nevada, Pennsylvania and OhioDemocratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads President Trump in Nevada and Pennsylvania, with a closer race in Ohio, according to three Fox News polls released Thursday.

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Virgin Hotels Las Vegas set to open January 15Virgin Hotels officials today announced a new opening date of Jan. 15 for the hospitality brand's debut in Las Vegas just east of the Strip at the former Hard Rock Hotel site while also expressing support for the members of Southern Nevada's most essential industry currently struggling through the pandemic.

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Nevada Newspaper Hall of Fame to induct 2 former RJ editors Mitchell, DigilioFormer Las Vegas Review-Journal editors Don Digilio and Thomas Mitchell were among five Nevada Press Association inductees in 2020.

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Three Nevada schools receive National Blue Ribbon HonorsU.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos today recognized three Nevada schools as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2020.

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Elena Ledoux Assumes Chief Operations Officer Position With Las Vegas-Based Boss Security ScreensLedoux brings 16 years of professional experience to the position, including co-founding the Superb Maids cleaning company, practicing law and launching an energy drink for moms.

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Lake Las Vegas makes historic $6.5M home saleLake Las Vegas and its developer, Raintree Investment Corporation, have sold and closed 23 Summer House, the inaugural custom home built in the newly developed Estates at Reflection Bay.

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Applications due next week for county small business grantsBusiness owners have until 11:59 p.m. on Sept. 29, to apply for the County's Small Business Stabilization Grant, which awards local businesses up to $5,000 or $10,000 each.

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County: ballots will go out the first week of OctoberWashoe County today issued a statement about the local voting process after a local campaign consultant urged people to flood the county with complaints.

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Nevada COVID-19 positivity rises after month-long declineLikely spurred by increased exposures to the coronavirus at social gatherings during the Labor Day weekend, Nevada’s statewide daily positivity rate for COVID-19 is on an upward trend after a steady decline over the past month, health officials say.

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Golf Tournament to return to Nevada Day Celebrations for first time in over a decadeAccording to Ken Hamilton, Executive Director of Nevada Day, the Golf Tournament is making a comeback this year for the first time in over a decade.

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Colliers InternationalLAS VEGAS – Colliers International - Las Vegas welcomed Jennifer Mount, CPM as the firm’s newest Property Manager.

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You Bet Tour 2020The Brady family will host the 37th Annual You Bet Tour on Oct. 3, in cooperation with the Nevada County Historical Society.

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Nevada County police blotter: Caller concerned about tie-dye washing into creekGrass Valley Police p.m. — A caller reported a man sending photos of his daughter via an online site that might be involved in child pornography.2:07 p.m.

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Sierra Streams Institute Wins $2,500 in 49er Rotary Duck RaceSierra Streams Institute of Nevada City is the $2,500 grand prize winner of the 29th Annual Gold Country Duck Race, held Sept.

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The Animal Foundation waiving adoption feesThe Animal Foundation will offer no-cost animal adoptions on Sept. 25 to Sept. 27 thanks to a grant from the Dave and Cheryl Duffield Foundation, a private charitable foundation based in Nevada.

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City of Louisville extends curfew amid unrestThe demonstrations were sparked by a grand jury announcement that charges would not be filed against the two officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor during a March raid.

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Apple picking, state park hikes, live music and more highlight weekend events in Carson City areaHeading into the weekend, there's a bevy of activities around the Carson City region. Franktown Apples in Washoe Valley is hosting apple picking Friday through Sunday.

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Explaining Question 3: Changes to the Nevada Board of PardonsWith just 40 days left until Election Day and ballots being mailed to Washoe County voters soon, News 4-FOX 11 is continuing our series on the five ballot questions that Nevada voters will decide on in November.

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R-C tops among Western Nevada newspapersThe Record-Courier was named the best newspaper in Western Nevada by the Nevada Press Association on Friday.

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Nevada COVID-19 positivity rises after month-long declineRENO, Nev. — Likely spurred by increased exposures to the coronavirus at social gatherings during the Labor Day weekend, Nevada's statewide daily positivity rate for COVID-19 is on an upward trend after a steady decline over the past month, health officials say.

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Wolf Pack launches 'We Are Nevada' fundraising campaign for athleticsThe University of Nevada athletics department announced the "We Are Nevada" fundraising campaign on Thursday.

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Chris Whitlock: Virus statistics presented to create panicSaturday's COVID-19 statistics were once more presented to create panic. The death rate in the country is.03%.

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Hilary Emberton: The ‘horrors' of social democracyFurther to Cheryl Branch's Sept. 12 rebuttal of the perils of social democracy, it might be added that Sweden ranks 8th or 9th in the world for the number of billionaires per capita.

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Lynn Forbes: We must engage ourselves, and othersIt's been a rough, stressful year. A pandemic, struggling businesses, unemployment, raging wildfires, social justice discord and our own community in conflict.

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Karen Bridger: Great word picturesThank you to Pauline Nevins for delivering a happy chuckle to me in her Sept.

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Don Rogers: Here, you matterGreat. Just great. The front door at the Truckee Town Hall is locked and the candidate forum just began.

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Greater Nevada Credit Union Opens New Branch in SparksNew Vista Boulevard location open to the public - Greater Nevada Credit Union has opened a new branch in Sparks, Nev., which is its 16th in northern Nevada.

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Homeowner assistance portal launched to assist Nevada homeownersHome Means Nevada, Inc. , a state-affiliated nonprofit organization that administers certain functions of the Foreclosure Mediation Program, has launched a new, innovative tool for struggling Nevada homeowners as part of its ongoing COVID-19 response initiative.

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Virgin Hotels Las Vegas announces opening dateVirgin Hotels Las Vegas has announced when they plan to open in Las Vegas.

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Food Handler Safety Training Card services to resume for first time applicantsThe Southern Nevada Health District's Food Handler Safety Training Card program will resume operations for first-time clients on Sept.

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Sahara Las Vegas owner fined $75,000 for COVID violations at Nevada resortsThe owner of Sahara Las Vegas has been fined $75,000 for lapses in following Nevada's COVID-19 rules at its two casino-resorts in the state.

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Vehicle vs. Motorcycle accident at Saliman and William Thursday afternoon, injuries reportedThe motorcyclist does not appear to be moving. Motorists need to seek alternate routes in the area.

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Las Vegas REALTORS Announce Newly Elected Officers and Board Members for 2021LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas REALTORS announced the results of the association’s annual election of officers and board members, with longtime local REALTORS Aldo Martinez serving as its 2021 president and Brandon Roberts serving as 2021 president-elect.

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Nevada Driver's License/ID Card Renewals Now Available OnlineMost Nevadans with driver's licenses or identifications cards that expired during the COVID-19 pandemic are now eligible to renew online at the Nevada DMV's website.

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Fox News Poll Shows Biden Leading in Battlegrounds Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nevada As Most Disapprove of TrumpIn the new polls, released Thursday afternoon, majorities of likely voters in all three of the key states indicated disapproval of Trump's job performance as president and said Biden was their preferred choice to handle the coronavirus pandemic.

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Booker Elementary teacher named Nevada Teacher of the YearJuliana Urtubey was honored on Thursday by being named the 2021 Nevada Teacher of the Year.

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Professional Bull Riders World Finals also moving to TexasThe Professional Bull Riders championship trophy is seen during a news conference in Toshiba Plaza to kick off the PBR World Finals Wednesday, Nov.

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Eureka wants to bar public from talks when mining projects are under environmental reviewThe bill would allow local officials to hold closed meetings with federal agencies during the "pre-decisional" phase of projects undergoing environmental impact reviews required by the National Environmental Policy Act.

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Not ready to surrender on gravel pitWell if you haven't heard that there will be a gravel pit on Sunrise Pass Road then you are blessed.

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Organic matter creates good soilI have often written about my friend Laura's fantastic gardens. She has always had horses and chickens.

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Sept. 24, 2020, Letter to the EditorCleaning up bad choicesEditor:From organizations like the Pine Nut Mountain Trail Association to individual residents and guests, I am thankful there are people that take it upon themselves to clean up after another person's bad decision.2020 has been a hard year on a lot of people, but our public lands have not gotten away unscathed....

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Consequence of a bad decisionIt was a gorgeous Thursday morning to be traveling on Highway 50 along Lake Tahoe.

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What to do when visited by a katydid?As I walked by the family room window, a spot of neon green stood in sharp contrast to the backdrop of gray, smoky sky we've been surround by these past several weeks.

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Private beachfront development, Tahoe Beach Club, opensLocated at Stateline in between Nevada Beach and the Nevada State 4-H Camp, The Tahoe Beach Club sits tucked away from the rest of Tahoe, or so it feels.

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Coronavirus testing returns to Douglas CountyOn Tuesday, it was all "vanilla, mint chocolate chip or caramel? " at a free ice cream drive-through event at the Douglas County Senior Center in Gardnerville.

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Couple denies trafficking chargesAttorneys for a couple accused of trafficking in methamphetamine are seeking separate trials in the case.

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Mini-showcases wrap up todayA series of mini Business Showcases had a rocky path so far this month with a light turnout for the first one and cancelation of the second due to smoke.

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Shredding event raises $1,530 for suicide preventionIt was the purple bow on Suicide Prevention Month. Organizers of a Sept. 12 event in Minden raised $1,530 for the Suicide Prevention Network, in addition to shredding documents and collecting computer donations from 70 vehicles.

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Circa casino gets licensed by Nevada Gaming CommissionThe new downtown Las Vegas property will have a strict 21-and-older policy, the world's largest sportsbook and an &#; swimming pool for guests.

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Ginsburg hero to Nevada supreme court justicesRuth Bader Ginsburg was a hero to the four Nevada women who now serve on the state's historic, female-majority high court.

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Boulder City celebrating virtual Historic Preservation MonthWhile the pandemic postponed the annual celebration of Historic Preservation Day in May, the Boulder City Historic Preservation Committee is taking a "can-do" approach to celebrate the past and advocate for the future by holding a Virtual Historic Preservation Month Celebration in October.

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Fox News polls show Biden leading Trump in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and NevadaOfficial site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons.

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Fallon Woman Indicted for Hiring Hitman on Darkweb to Kill Her Ex-HusbandKristy Lynn Felkins, 36, of Fallon, Nevada, was indicted today for a murder-for-hire plot, U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced.

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Man, woman arrested for Three-card Monte on Las Vegas StripA man and woman were arrested on the Las Vegas Strip on Saturday for running an illegal gambling operation.

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Former Nevada football and track star Tony Madau dies of leukemiaTony Madau, who was a standout player for the Nevada football team in the 1970s before a short-lived NFL career, died Tuesday after a brief battle with leukemia.

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Nevada SPCA offering free pet adoptions this weekendNevada SPCA is a proud participant of this year's Maddie's Pet Adoption Days happening on Sept.

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Complimentary laundry services being offered for locals this weekendCurrent Initiatives will wash and dry approximately 800 loads of clothes and linens for Las Vegas residents at three local laundromats this weekend.

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After Trump comments, Senate passes resolution committing to peaceful transfer of powerThe U.S. Senate has passed a resolution reaffirming its commitment to "the orderly and peaceful transfer of power called for in the Constitution."

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Nevada football is back: Mountain West votes to play a fall seasonThe conference's presidents approved a plan to play eight games, beginning on Oct.

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Joe Santoro: Raiders representing NevadaIt is just a patch. We get it. It will not change the world. The rest of the country likely hasn't even noticed it.

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Nevada COVID-19 positivity rises after month-long declineLikely spurred by increased exposures to the coronavirus at social gatherings during the Labor Day weekend, Nevada's statewide daily positivity rate for COVID-19 is on an upward trend after a steady decline over the past month, health officials say.

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Nonprofit partners with Walgreens to fundraiseHELP of Southern Nevada has been designated as a charitable recipient for Walgreens' give-at-checkout program, encouraging shoppers to donate $1 or more to the local nonprofit when checking out in-stores, now through Sept.

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California deputies fatally shoot Black man during struggleLOS ANGELES — Orange County sheriff's deputies shot and killed a Black man Wednesday after he allegedly tried to grab one of their guns during a struggle.

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Home: September 24, 2020Readers around Grass Valley and Nevada County make The Union’s work possible. Your financial contribution supports our efforts to deliver quality, locally relevant journalism.

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Global Expo recruiting for performers, ambassadorsThe Northern Nevada International Center has been tapped to recruit youth ambassadors and cultural performers for the Global Expo 2020 in Dubai.

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Las Vegas police discover 200 creditThe items were discovered during a joint operation to apprehend a parole / probation absconder involving officers from the Spring Valley Area Command and State of Nevada Parole and Probation.

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Kenosha shooter's defense portrays him as 'American patriot'The way lawyers for Kyle Rittenhouse tell it, he wasn't just a scared teenager acting in self-defense when he shot to death two Kenosha, Wisconsin, protesters.

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Coronavirus live updates: Nevada reports eightA more deaths, testing numbers pass 1A million"Hopefully by November we will start seeing the vaccine... in limited doses," said Peek, Nevada's deputy administrator of Community Health Services.

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Nevada adds 390 COVID-19 cases, 8 deathsNevada on Thursday reported 390 additional cases of the coronavirus, along with eight new deaths, according to state data.

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Val Taylor: a€œWho in the world would choose to live out here? a€I joined Val Taylor, 85, in front of the School of the Natural Order main house in Baker, Nevada to learn what her 40+ years in rural Nevada had taught her.

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Profiling people who live alone during the pandemicLEXINGTON, Ky. — Two Transylvania University professors have been capturing the stories of people living alone during the pandemic.

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Nevada County, fairgrounds partner to create distance learning center and youth hubNevada County and the Nevada County Fairgrounds are poised to forge a partnership that would see the fairgrounds' Main Street Center serve as a free Distance Learning Center and Youth Hub.

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'It's the pen pals of the modern-day': Artist makes custom songs to pay the billsNASHVILLE, Tenn. — Some artists are making ends meet by creating custom songs for folks who want to send their loved ones a virtual pick-me-up.

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Understanding needs: LRC is updating northern Nevada Latino needs and asset assessmentWeb-based survey is part of a two-phase process by Latino Research Center for needs and asset assessment of Latino community.

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Novel Coronavirus In Nevada: Live Blog9:32 a.m. - September 24, 2020 Quad Counties Report Ten New Cases Of COVID-19 By Danna O'Connor Carson City Health and Human Services reported ten new.

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Nevada woman paid $5,000 in bitcoin to a scam website to kill her ex-husband, feds sayA Nevada woman was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury in Sacramento, accused of trying to hire a hit man on the Darkweb with $5,000 in bitcoin to kill her ex-husband.

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Records: Mail delivery lags behind targets as election nearsData obtained by The Associated Press shows U.S. Postal Service districts across the nation are missing the agency's own standards for on-time delivery as millions of Americans prepare to vote by mail.

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Caesars new focus on local controlManagers at Harrah's and Harveys can expect to have more say in operating the two Stateline properties under their new owners.

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Carson City jurors report feeling safe serving on first jury trial since the pandemic beganKristin N. Luis, Carson City Justice / Municipal Court Judge presided over the first jury trial during the COVID-19 pandemic on September 22nd and 23rd at the Carson City Courthouse.

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Carson City deputies arrest man for burglary, possession of burglary toolsA 31-year-old Silver springs man was arrested in the 3300 block of N.

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Fox News poll: Biden leads in Nevada, Pennsylvania, OhioThe president has recently disparaged Fox News polling after a number of polls showed Biden leading in key states.

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Carson City firefighters respond to house fire; woman sets chair, floor on fire while allegedly trespassingUPDATE 9:54 a.m. Firefighters on scene determined that this was not a case of arson.

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PVLL to elect board members at Oct. 1 meetingPahrump Valley Little League will hold a meeting Thursday, Oct. 1 to elect board members.

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Reno council approves phase 2 of coronavirus relief spending planThe Reno City Council on Wednesday allocated the second phase of its coronavirus relief funds to a variety of causes that include aiding the homeless and extending eviction protections.

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Fox News poll: Biden ahead of Trump in Nevada, Pennsylvania and OhioDemocratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads President Trump in Nevada and Pennsylvania, with a closer race in Ohio, according to three Fox News polls released Thursday.

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Hitting Clinic for softball and baseball brought to you by Cap City BaseballRSVP now to reserve your spot! Boys and girls ages 8-13 are welcomed to attend and participate.

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Study finds Nevada ranks 7th in rate of women killed by menNevada is ranked in the top 10 states for women killed by men. Most women are killed by guns.

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Trump's False Claim About Mail Ballot Signatures in NevadaAt a rally in Vandalia, Ohio, President Donald Trump falsely claimed that Nevada voters are not required to sign their mail ballots and, if they do sign them, the signatures don't have to be verified.

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'Clean Up The Lake' removes over 8,000 lbs of trash from Lake Tahoe, Donner LakeBeginning in July 2020, the Clean Up The Lake dive teams completed a circumnavigated SCUBA clean up of Donner Lake, covering every inch of the 8 mile shoreline at depths of 0-25 feet removing all the smaller trash they could find that resulted in 5,151.5 pounds of trash removed from Donner Lake compared to 3,032 pounds of trash removed from the...

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Visiting gambler wins more than $400K on Wheel of Fortune machineLAS VEGAS — Another lucky gambler has hit it big on a Wheel of Fortune machine in Las Vegas.

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Fox News Poll: Tight race in Ohio, Biden tops Trump in Nevada and PennsylvaniaDemocratic presidential candidate Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump in the battleground states of Nevada, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, according to Fox News statewide likely voter surveys.

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What's next in the Breonna Taylor case?One former police officer has been charged in the Breonna Taylor case, but that doesn't mean it's the end of investigations.

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Eureka County asks Nevada lawmakers for open meetings law exemptionOfficials in a rural Nevada county with significant mining assets want state lawmakers to carve out an exemption in the state's Open Meeting Law to allow them to discuss environmental assessments before the reports are released to the public.

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Talbott goes from Wolf Pack football offensive line to fourth year of medical schoolBishop Manogue graduate and former Nevada football player Connor Talbott is in his fourth year of Medical School at Nevada, Reno.

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Nevada defensive lineman Logan Arnold enters the transfer portalAnother member of the Nevada football team is in the NCAA transfer portal. Logan Arnold, who redshirted as a true freshman with the Wolf Pack last season, entered the transfer portal two weeks ago, according to a source with access to the portal.

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City to ramp up homeless camp cleanups, enforce no-camping ordinancesMayor Hillary Schieve said Tuesday she wants an emergency declared for the rise of homelessness in the area, particularly for encampments along the Truckee River.

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Nevada State Bank hosting food drive to benefit Food Bank of Northern NevadaThe event is Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Nevada State Bank on Prater Way.

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Carson City Offering Business Supply AssistanceCarson City is pleased to announce the launch of its online Business Supply Assistance program.

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The Nevada Traveler: Fred Hart, the Lying Club, and the town of AustinNineteenth-century journalist Fred Hart knew exactly what he was doing when he created the Sazarac Lying Club in the pages of Austin's Reese River Reveille in 1873.

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The Sept. 24, 2020, R-C Morning ReportGenoa, Nev. — Community coronavirus testing is 8-11 a.m. in Sunridge today. Douglas had a quiet day on Wednesday, with no new cases reported and holding steady at 28 active cases.

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Trump says White House could reject FDA's tougher standards for COVID-19 vaccineAmid reports that the FDA is considering tougher standards for the authorization of a COVID-19 vaccine, President Donald Trump claimed Wednesday that the White House could override that decision.

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Who Will Nevadans Choose For President?The state has a pretty good record for picking the person who will end up in the White House.

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Clark County Library District tackling adult literacyLAS VEGAS — Reading a book can open up a whole new world of possibilities, but it's not just children who need help with reading.

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LVS continues ambition to end Southern Nevada youth homelessnessLas Vegas Sands and Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth have rolled-out plans for the fourth annual Southern Nevada Youth Homelessness Summit.

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Nevada COVID-19 positivity up after month-long decline, likely tied to Labor Day partiesHealth officials say college parties at UNR are also playing a role. So far, there's no evidence of COVID-19 spread at President Trump's rallies.

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Dozens taken into custody during Louisville protests; 2 wounded officers expected to surviveAt least 46 people, and potentially as many as 100 people, were taken into custody overnight in Louisville during demonstrations following the announcement of the grand jury's decision in the Breonna Taylor case, according to multiple reports.

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Partnership Carson City hosts Saturday's safe at-home drug disposal dayPartnership Carson City, founded to develop a healthy community, and other partners are educating the community about how to safely dispose of prescription drugs this Saturday, Sept.

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Carson City Jazz and Beyond Festival streaming series continues with Cherie and Take This BandMile High Jazz Band Association continues the 2020 Jazz and Beyond Festival's series of live-streamed, streamed, and virtual events on Sunday, Sept.

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Nevada ranks 7th in rate of women killed by men, study findsNevada is ranked in the top 10 states for women killed by men. Most women are killed by guns.

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Got mail ballot voting questions in Nevada? We have answersThese are among the most consequential elections of our lifetime, staged in the wake of a summer marked by a global pandemic and an eruption of social justice protests.

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The Whole Enchilada: Inside the public-private partnership putting a shine back on DowntownEventually, the streetlights and shade trees will cover 12 square blocks, enhancing its walkability and filling in what coordinator Brad Jerbic calls the area's "missing teeth."

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Downtown Rising: The revitalization of Las Vegas' city core pushes aheadDerelict buildings and potholed streets are being restored, beleaguered small businesses are finding their way amidst hardship, and visionary locals are still betting big on Downtown.

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Ray of sunshine: Circa resort creating 1,500 jobs in Las Vegas amid pandemicThe first casino built downtown in four decades, Circa is providing some 1,500 jobs at a time the coronavirus pandemic has rocked the Las Vegas economy, sending unemployment skyrocketing.

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Downtown is experiencing transformation from the roads up"In the old days we would do a roadwork project, and it was just for the cars."

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Trump won't commit to ‘peaceful' post-election transfer of powerWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump declined an opportunity Wednesday to endorse a peaceful transfer of power after the November election, renewing his baseless warnings about extensive voting fraud before saying there would be no power transfer at all.

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Financial Focus: Ben's Original rice, 7 Eleven hiringUncle Ben's branded rice products will be changed to Ben's Original after the company said it was forming a more inclusive brand image.

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Nevada State Bank hosting food drive to benefit Food Bank of Northern NevadaWe are so grateful for community partnerships like this one with Nevada State Bank that will allow us to receive much-needed food donations from the community, ” said Nicole Lamboley, president and CEO of the Food Bank of Northern Nevada.

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The New Republican PartyGreg Brower became a Republican while a student at the University of California Berkeley, during the Reagan era.

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Parents upset over survey given to students at a Las Vegas high schoolParents say students at West Technical and Career Academy were asked to answer some pretty controversial questions while in class.

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Carole Baskin of 'Tiger King' fame sued for defamationCarole Baskin, who became a pop culture sensation due to Netflix's docuseries "Tiger King," is being sued for defamation by a former assistant.

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GOP senators see political, principle gain in court fightWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump marveled at a rally this week about how important Supreme Court nominations are to voters.

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Dismay over Breonna Taylor spills into America's streetsLOUISVILLE, Ky. — Anger, frustration and sadness over the decision not to charge Kentucky police officers for Breonna Taylor’s death poured into America’s streets as protesters lashed out at a criminal justice system they say is stacked against Black people.

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Progressives pledge to keep pushing Biden to expand courtSince Joe Biden ran away with the Democratic presidential nomination in March, leading progressives have accepted him — sometimes grudgingly — as their party's leader.

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Fundraising goes on as Leah Still at 5 years cancer freeLeah Still planned to celebrate five years cancer free with a dinner at her favorite steakhouse.

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Wildfires taint West Coast vineyards with taste of smokeTURNER, Ore. — Smoke from the West Coast wildfires has tainted grapes in some of the nation's most celebrated wine regions with an ashy flavor that could spell disaster for the 2020 vintage.

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Man detained after driving car through crowd of Breonna Taylor protesters in Denver, police sayA man has been detained after he drove his car through a crowd of protesters calling for justice in the Breonna Taylor case outside the Colorado State Capitol late Wednesday night.

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Tesla's Nevada lithium plan could face obstaclesAny lithium project would require an intensive application process for necessary permits that could stretch on for years.

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Attorney general cracks down on Monat hair care claims in wake of 13 InvestigationPam Benson said her hair started falling out in clumps after using Monat hair care products in 2018.

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LVMPD: Crime on Las Vegas Strip is on the riseViolent crimes have gone up from last year to this year especially for assault with a firearm or knife.

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Todaya€™s local and national sportsDaily listings for Sports on TV and radio in the Las Vegas area and live sports in the Las Vegas Valley, including events on major cable and satellite broadcasters.

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Protesters take to downtown Las Vegas after Breonna Taylor grand jury decisionLAS VEGAS — Protestors took to the streets in downtown Las Vegas Wednesday evening following the Breonna Taylor grand jury decision in Louisville earlier in the day.

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LETTER: The Ginsburg vacancy and the Supreme CourtThe Constitution does not have a "dying wish" clause. nThe only restrictions are in the Constitution itself.

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EDITORIAL: Judge slaps down state Democrats over tax schemeCommon sense and the law prevailed this week when a Carson City judge saw through efforts by legislative Democrats and the governor to sacrifice the Nevada Constitution for their own political convenience.

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