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More positive tests, canceled workouts add to MLB uneaseAs baseball nears the two-week countdown to the start of its delayed season, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep more players, including Boston Red Sox projected opening day starter Eduardo Rodriguez, off the field.

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Eagles WR DeSean Jackson apologizes for anti-Semitic postPhiladelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has apologized after backlash for sharing anti-Semitic posts on social media over the weekend.

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Mary Kay Letourneau, teacher jailed for raping student, diesIn this Feb. 6, 1998, file photo, Mary Kay Letourneau listens to testimony during a court hearing in Seattle Letourneau, who married her former sixth-grade student after she was convicted for raping him, has died.

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Brazil's president says hydroxychloroquine to cure his virusBrazilian President Jair Bolsonaro says he is confident that he will swiftly recover from the new coronavirus thanks to treatment with hydroxychloroquine, the anti-malaria drug that has not been proven effective against COVID-19.

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In risky bid, Trump stokes racial rancor to motivate votersPresident Donald Trump is wielding America's racial tensions as a reelection weapon, fiercely denouncing the racial justice movement on a near-daily basis with language stoking white resentment and aiming to drive his supporters to the polls.

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Exhausted cities face another challenge: a surge in violenceStill reeling from the coronavirus pandemic and street protests over the police killing of George Floyd, exhausted cities around the nation are facing yet another challenge: a surge in shootings that has left dozens dead, including young children.

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Chief Justice Roberts recently spent a night in a hospitalChief Justice John Roberts spent a night in a hospital last month after he fell and injured his forehead, a Supreme Court spokeswoman said Tuesday night.

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U.S. general sees smaller but enduring troop presence in IraqSix months after a deadly American airstrike in Baghdad enraged Iraqis and fueled demands to send all U.S. troops home, the top U.S. general for the Middle East is talking optimistically about keeping a smaller, but enduring military presence there.

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'Palm Springs' arrives for the Groundhog Days of quarantineThough most of the films that have debuted during the pandemic never got to screen for packed movie houses, "Palm Springs" had the kind of premiere filmmakers dream of.

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University of California system names first Black presidentDr. Michael Drake was chosen Tuesday to be president of the University of California, the first Black leader in the system's 150-year history.

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Nevada Lawmakers Meet to Tackle Coronavirus Budget WoesNevada Lawmakers Meet to Tackle Coronavirus Budget Woes LAS VEGAS - Nevada lawmakers meet starting today to address unprecedented budget shortfalls, one day after the state recorded its highest increase in COVID-19 than 850 new virus cases were reported on Monday.

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Gov. Sisolak issues proclamation for Nevada Legislative special sessionAdditionally, the proclamation allows the Legislature to consider a proposal to authorize the Clark County School District, if they choose to do so, the ability to utilize unspent funds from the school level to assist with the budgetary challenges of providing education during the COVID-19 emergency.

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Bullhead City to close beaches, boat launches on weekendsAll beaches, boat launches and associated parks in Bullhead City will be closed on weekends through Labor Day because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to Mayor Tom Brady.

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Financial Focus for July 7, 2020In today's Financial Focus, we have a check of the stock market and the stocks with ties to Las Vegas.

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Former employees raise questions about conditions at Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary"I emptied that building of some of the most disgusting things I've probably ever touched," said Ailigh Vanderbush, who was the executive director at Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary.

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Clark County shares $57M CARES Act funding with citiesThe Clark County Commission on Tuesday agreed to provide $57 million in federal coronavirus relief funding to four Southern Nevada cities.

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Cases of coronavirus in Idaho spike after businesses reopenFor a time in Idaho, it seemed like the worst of could be over. After an initial onslaught of confirmed cases in the spring, by June numbers had dropped to a point that state leaders felt comfortable allowing businesses to reopen and life to get back to nearly normal.

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Nevada doctor's advice: Can't wear a face mask due to illness? Stay home"If you have a severe illness that causes shortness of breath such as pulmonary disease or severe asthma, then it is possible wearing a face-covering could make you worse."

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Cirque du Soleil lenders attempt to block restructuring planAccording to reports, if Cirque lenders' effort is turned back, the group would ask to replace Lamarre as Cirque's CEO and as a board member, along with the rest of the board.

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Ringo Starr celebrates 80th birthdayFormer members of The Beatles Paul McCartney, left, and Ringo Starr stand next to portraits of their late former bandmates John Lennon and George Harrison after unveiling the portraits during a media event marking the upcoming one-year anniversary of Cirque du Soleil's LOVE at The Mirage hotel-casino Tuesday, June 26, 2007, in Las Vegas.

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Nevada businesses, hospitality got $4B in federal loansLAS VEGAS — Nevada business received more than $4 billion in loans under a federal rescue package designed to aid small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ex-Clark County Democrats deny ideological split in partyThree former members of the Clark County Democratic Party's executive board say personal reasons, not an ideological struggle with the group's progressive majority, drove their decisions to resign in recent weeks.

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Henderson OKs another $1M for downtown arenaThe Henderson City Council on Tuesday approved spending another $1.2 million on a downtown hockey practice arena for the Henderson Silver Knights.

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Nevada special session to focus solely on budget, not social reformThe special session of the Nevada Legislature on Wednesday will strictly tackle the $1.2 billion budget deficit caused from the coronavirus pandemic, Gov.

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Nevada County DA files motion to dismiss hundreds of marijuana convictionsOver the past four decades, Nevada County has not shied away from prosecuting marijuana offenses.

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Trump wants kids physically back in schools this fallPresident Donald Trump on Tuesday pushed for students to physically return to schools in the fall, rather than to use options such as distance learning or a hybrid system.

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Carson man becomes eighth coronavirus fatalityA Carson City man in his 60s became the eighth person to die in the four Western Nevada counties covered by Carson City Health and Human Services.

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Small businesses in Nevada County retool with Relief FundA month after the Nevada County Relief Fund announced its first round of small business micro-grant recipients, many awardees are cautiously optimistic about their chances of rebounding from the COVID-19 shutdown." The award announcement came at a time when I was really low on funds," said Leea Davis, owner of The Earth Store in Nevada City....

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Lawmakers to tackle $1.2B budget deficit in special session WednesdayClosing the state's $1.2 billion budget hole will be the prime focus of the upcoming special legislative session that will convene at 9 a.m.

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Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefitsAt least a dozen lawmakers have ties to organizations that received federal coronavirus aid, according to newly released government data, highlighting how Washington insiders were both author and beneficiary of one of the biggest government programs in U.S. history.

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Nevada lawmakers will tackle pandemic-shutdown budget proposal at special sessionGovernor Steve Sisolak made the call to close the state's economy. Now he has the daunting task of deciding how to make up for the billion-dollar shortfall.

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DRI helps launch successful nonprofit WaterStart business for NevadaThe Desert Research Institute is working to bring safer and cheaper water into Nevada. They've partnered with a nonprofit called WaterStart with the goal to combat Nevada’s drought conditions by developing new water technologies.

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Black Spade Tattoo welcomes back clients after COVID-19 impacts tattoo industryBlack Spade Tattoo and Permanent Makeup is welcoming clients back after keeping their doors closed for more than a month.

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Las Vegas man is lawyer for woman who called 911 on Black bird-watcherA Las Vegas man who practices law in California is defending a white woman charged with filing a false report with police against a Black bird-watcher in New York.

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Statement by Nevada Speaker of the Assembly Jason Frierson upon the proclamation of a special session"We are in uncharted waters as we soberly head into our state's capital to do the business we have been elected to fulfill."

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Golden Knights' dilemma: Enough money to re-sign Robin Lehner?The NHL salary cap is expected to remain at $81.5 million, which could make it tougher for the Golden Knights to retain goaltender Robin Lehner.

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School reopening plan moves toward board vote later this weekWith pressure growing for the Clark County School District to modify its school reopening plan, Superintendent Jesus Jara said Tuesday that the time has come to move forward on the existing blueprint.

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NFL, NFLPA agree to preseason travel protocolsThe eight-page agreement, according to Pro Football Talk, includes protocols regarding air and bus travel, disinfecting hotel rooms and social distancing.

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Former Nevada City resident to have Met performance streamed across the countryA number of months ago, before the coronavirus changed the world, Nevada City-raised Alison Clancy was planning to take the stage at The Metropolitan Opera on March 14, and to have her performance broadcast live to over 2,200 international movie theaters, including Sierra Cinemas locally.

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Nevada businesses, hospitality got $4B in federal loansNevada business received more than $4 billion in loans under a federal rescue package designed to aid small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Patrick Mahomes deal challenges Raiders defenseIt has been a while since the Raiders have been good defensively, and now they have to deal with Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes for years to come.

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Northern Nevada wildfire threatens hundreds of homesThe Federal Emergency Management Agency quickly approved disaster relief funds Tuesday to help fight a growing Northern Nevada wildfire that closed a U.S. highway along the Sierra's eastern front, destroyed at least one home and was threatening hundreds more.

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Nevada Census 2020 Provides Latest Update on Scams Targeting the Census CountWith the deadline to respond the 2020 Census extended until Fall 2020, scammers continue to target Nevadans around the Census count, including phishing emails and text messages: individuals claiming to be with the U.S. Census Bureau, approaching the doors of residents and asking for sensitive information such as social security numbers, credit...

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Nevada fares well in zombie apocalypse survivability reportYou'll want to get out of Las Vegas, this report says, but the Silver State's wide-open spaces offer plenty of options.

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Nevada high court weighs murder charges in DUIsThe Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday questioned why prosecutors in Las Vegas have decided to charge some DUI suspects with murder, evoking commentary on whether race and wealth played a role.

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7:30 p.m. Update: Evacuation lifted for Pine View, Bodie Flat in 10,000-acre Numbers FireThe evacuation recommendation for Pine View and Bodie Flat residents has been lifted, according to Douglas County.

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Ky. barricade starts after dad loses arm-wrestling match to sonThe suspect grabbed a gun and fired two shots into the ceiling while his son was going upstairs, police said.

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Greg Street gets partial makeoverThe Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County is set to start a roadway rehabilitation project on Greg Street in Sparks on Sunday, July 12, 2020.

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Aggressive seaweed smothers one of world's most remote reefsResearchers say a recently discovered species of seaweed is killing large patches of coral on once-pristine reefs and is rapidly spreading across one of the most remote and protected ocean environments on earth.

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Biden wants U.S. to produce more of its own pandemic suppliesJoe Biden is promising to shift production of medical equipment and other key pandemic-fighting products "back to U.S. soil," creating jobs and bolstering a domestic supply chain he says has been exposed as inadequate and vulnerable by the coronavirus outbreak.

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U.S. notifies UN of withdrawal from World Health OrganizationThe Trump administration has formally notified the United Nations of its withdrawal from the World Health Organization, although the pullout won't take effect until next year, meaning it could be rescinded under a new administration or if circumstances change.

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Best bets for PGA Tour's Workday Charity OpenHideki Matsuyama is among the handicappers' top choices for this week's event in Dublin, Ohio.

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At least 8 Mississippi lawmakers test positive for COVID-19At least eight Mississippi lawmakers have tested positive for the coronavirus after working several weeks in a Capitol where many people stood or sat close together and did not wear masks.

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Nevada Guard helps Shoshone Tribe in fight against COVID-19Nevada Guardsmen traveled to northeastern Nevada to assist the Shoshone Health District with COVID-19 community-based collections, Wednesday, July 1, 2020 in Duckwater, Nevada.

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American Red Cross hosts blood drives in JulyDonors can give blood at a variety of locations around the Las Vegas Valley in July.

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McConnell eyes virus aid as evictions, benefits cuts loomAn eviction moratorium is lifting. Extra unemployment benefits are ending. Parents are being called to work, but schools are struggling to reopen for fall as the COVID-19 crisis shows no signs of easing.

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Nevada Court Protects Bi-state Sage Grouse From Off-road VehiclesCenter for Biological Diversity: RENO, Nev.ꟷ In a decisive win for bi-state sage grouse, the Nevada District Court today denied off-roaders' attempts to gut protections for the imperiled bird in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest.

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The little engine that could: Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad and Transportation Museum resumes operations, railbus rides with safety measures in Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad and Transportation Museum, located in Nevada City, has been working to "preserve local transportation history and artifacts from the narrow gauge railroad era" for over 35 years, expanding their historic collection of artifacts beyond the rail system for which it is named, to include a variety of...

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State: More Nevada businesses starting to comply with mask directiveServer Delaney Fine cleans a sugar dispenser at the Squeeze In restaurant in Reno on May 13, 2020.

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Southern Nevada sees big improvement in face covering compliance among businessesNevada’s Division of Industrial Relations released an update in the face-covering compliance rate amongst businesses Monday afternoon.

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General skeptical that bounties led to US troops' deathsGen. Frank McKenzie said there was no need to beef up security for troops there because the U.S. already takes "extreme force protections measures" in Afghanistan.

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Nevada principal accused of asking teens about virginity; now on leaveMineral High principal facing allegations he asked teen girls about virginity.

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Book by Trump's niece offers scathing portrayal of presidentThe book is the second insider account in as many months following the release of former national security adviser John Bolton's bestseller last month.

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Chad Johnson tweets Raiders might be in his futureA Raiders spokesman said he wasn't aware of any scheduled workouts with Johnson, who last played in the NFL in the 2011 season with the New England Patriots.

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Stonewall Jackson's name removed from school with high amount of Black studentsA West Virginia middle school with a large amount of Black students has been named after a Confederate general for years.

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Nevada judge asks for help reviewing PUA claims in DETR lawsuitA Nevada judge asked for help to review claims made in a lawsuit against the state's unemployment agency before ruling on the case.

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Lawsuit: Breonna Taylor's death connected to Louisville gentrification planLawyers for Breonna Taylor allege in court records that she was targeted in a police operation to gentrify a neighborhood in western Louisville.

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Nevada businesses, hospitality got $4B in federal loansLAS VEGAS — Nevada business received more than $4 billion in loans under a federal rescue package designed to aid small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Democrats hope strong fundraising numbers given them a shot at the SenateDemocrats are beginning to post fundraising totals for Q2 and numbers show that despite the pandemic, donating to Democratic politicians isn't appearing to take a hit.

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Report: NHL planning full days of hockey once postseason beginsGrab some snacks and a drink because once postseason hockey begins, there's going to be a lot of it.

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The Mob Museum announces summer programs and promotionsCopyright 2018 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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Hundreds of homes threatened by northern Nevada wildfireThe Federal Emergency Management Agency quickly approved disaster relief funds Tuesday to help fight a growing northern Nevada wildfire that closed a U.S. highway along the Sierra's eastern front, destroyed at least one home and was threatening hundreds more.

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California man suspected of punching, choking YorkieA California man was arrested after police responded to a 911 call reporting that a man was punching and choking a Yorkshire terrier in front of a Strip hotel.

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Mailbag leftover: The 15 most disappointing losses in Nevada football historyOn occasion, a Monday Mailbag question warrants its own headline and a complete story dedicated to itself, which we call a "Mailbag leftover." I got such a question this week when reader Eric asked me to rank the 15 most disappointing losses in Nevada football history on the heels of my ranking of the top 15 wins in program history.

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Nevada Court of Appeals Clarifies What Constitutes a Breach of the Peace When Repossessing VehiclesMost jurisdictions, including Nevada, have long-held that a secured creditor may exercise the self-help remedy of involuntary repossession of collateral provided that the repossession does not result in a breach of the peace.

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WCSD Eyes Reopening Plans Ahead Of New School YearIn a little more than a month, students across Nevada will settle into the 2020-2021 academic year, but as COVID-19 continues to spread, school officials in Washoe County are rethinking what in-person instruction may look like.

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Ely: Remote, Not Out Of The LoopEly sits 240 miles north of Las Vegas, 240 miles west of Salt Lake City, and more than 300 miles east of Reno, making it one of the most remote cities in the Lower 48 states.

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WATCH: Clark County Officials update enforcement of Governor Sisolak's directivesClark County Commission Chairman Marilyn Kirkpatrick, District Health Officer Dr. Fermin Leguen of the Southern Nevada Health District, and University Medical Center CEO Mason VanHouweling held a news conference today to update the community about the COVID-19 situation, the importance of complying with Gov.

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NV Energy to hold senior expo via phoneThis year, due to safety concerns related to COVID-19, NV Energy cannot hold an in-person event and is instead, holding the Senior Expo via telephone.

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Burning Man Through The Eyes Of An Archaeologist"Each August, cadres of staff and volunteers begin to construct Black Rock City, a temporary city located in the Black Rock Desert of northwestern Nevada, 12 miles north of Gerlach, a town that greets visitors with a sign that reads, 'Welcome to Nowhere.".

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Dr. Roger Hicks: What's the story with COVID testing?Most everyone understands that COVID is not just another flu. Things happen with COVID that do not happen with the flu, like cytokine storms, a life-threatening over-reaction of the immune system; blood clotting abnormalities, strokes, and heart attacks in young adults; and multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children.

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Conquering fears: Pandemic doesn't stop formally homeless woman from achieving her dreamsShe lost her family, her independence and her self-worth. Wendy Norman was once someone who struggled with substance use disorder and homelessness.

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Drought causes USDA to issue disaster designation for Nye CountyThe U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated Nye County a natural disaster area because of drought conditions.

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As COVID-19 Takes A Toll On Doctors' Mental Health, Nevada Psychiatrists Offer An EarDr. Bret Frey is an emergency room physician in Reno, Nevada, and he likens working in health care right now to fighting in a war.

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Businesses reevaluate corporate giving amid coronavirusThe pandemic has forced many businesses to reevaluate their philanthropic budgets, potentially hobbling local nonprofit operations.

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Fatalities on Nevada roads increase in June 2020The number of fatalities on Nevada roads took a jump in June compared to a year ago, according to new figures from state officials.

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Nevada County Captures: Going up riverAnd please remember to include your name and a caption with your submission. Thank you!

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Kirkpatrick says most people will wear face masksClark County Commission Chairwoman Marilyn Kirkpatrick said Tuesday she was &#; that most people in Southern Nevada will wear face masks to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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Nevada businesses, hospitality got $4B in federal loansNevada business received more than $4 billion in loans under a federal rescue package designed to aid small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Dina Titus backs changing Washington Redskins team nameNevada Rep. Dina Titus on Tuesday joined the growing chorus of those urging a name change for the Washington Redskins football team.

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Nevada Newsmakers Tue, Jul 7 2020Guests: Caleb Cage, Nevada COVID19 Response Director.

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Blend x Engine 8: A pop-up seriesBlend Catering continues their pop up series at Engine 8 Urban Winery, on Thursday, July 23rd at 6:00pm.

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Brian Hamilton: What are we fighting for and against?Nearly 9 minutes of silence sent us back to that sickening scene, with hundreds on knee along South Auburn Street during a Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Grass Valley.

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Mary McClain: Thanks to Sam CoreyIt seems our fine reporter Sam Corey is leaving town soon. When he sat in my living room and really listened to our neighborhood story about needing a firebreak behind our houses, it was such a relief.

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Michael Sekerak: Time to elevate those marginalized in our communityIn light of the recent protests, we must make long-lasting and direct changes that critically challenge how we frame our community and our place in the nation's history.

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Immigration rule change could affect international students in NevadaU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday that students with an F-1 academic visa or M-1 vocational visa can't take online-only classes during the fall semester.

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Southern Nevada home prices reach record despite pandemicA report released today, July 7, by Las Vegas Realtors shows local home prices breaking their all-time record despite the coronavirus pandemic and economic downturn, though fewer homes are selling compared to the same time last year.

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Thrive Wellness of Reno Moves to New Historic LocationNorthern Nevada's only comprehensive mental healthcare center Thrive Wellness of Reno has moved to a new location — the historic Roy House in downtown Reno.

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City to take safety precautions for council meetingThe city of Las Vegas will move forward with tomorrow's City Council meeting with additional safety precautions in place due to concerns about COVID-19.

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Video shows Las Vegas police response to apartment fireNewly released body camera footage shows Las Vegas police racing through a downtown Las Vegas apartment complex in June, alerting residents to a fire.

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Nevada Realtors' Chris Bishop explains rules for buying, selling homes in pandemicWhile it may not be business as usual, Nevada Realtors are still busy helping people buy and sell homes during this pandemic.

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1 p.m. Update: Firefighters working to get handle on Numbers Fire before wind picks upSmoke from the 6,000-acre Numbers Fire was drifting north around lunchtime on Tuesday as the Pine Nut fire continued to burn.

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U.S. 95 Northbound lane closures tonight in Downtown Las VegasThe Nevada Department of Transportation will close the left travel lane and inside shoulder along northbound U.S. Highway 95 between Eastern Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard tonight from 7 p.m.

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Circus Circus sues insurance company over rejected coronavirus claimLawyers for Circus Circus filed a federal lawsuit against the north Strip property's insurance company that has refused to cover losses experienced during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Nevada City man graduates from Emerson CollegeOn May 10, Emerson College awarded 959 undergraduate degrees for the Class of 2020. The college is committed to holding a graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020 in person when it is safe to do so, at a to-be-determined date.

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Food bank gets boost thanks to donorsThe Food Bank of Nevada County's Freitas-Nugent fundraising campaign recently wrapped up with matching donations amounting to $5,000.

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Nevada County police blotter: Man reports people calling him a pervertGrass Valley Police a.m. — A caller from the 100 block of East McKnight Way reported having been "jumped" last week.11:44 a.m.

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Nevada County health experts stress need to help limit spread of COVID-19 this summerAs Nevada County COVID-19 case counts rise locally, county public health officials are asking people to avoid gatherings with non-household members.

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North Las Vegas announces four new COVID-19 relief programs for residents, businessesThe City of North Las Vegas is pleased to announce four new programs aimed at providing relief for City residents and businesses experiencing hardships related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Carson City to see economic boost with special legislative sessionA special session of the Nevada State Legislature begins tomorrow, Wednesday July 8 as lawmakers decide what to do with the state's budget during the COVID-19 epidemic.

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New Nevada assemblywoman appointed to seat of late Tyrone ThompsonA new Nevada assemblywoman has been appointed to the seat of the late Tyrone Thompson ahead of the state legislature's special session.

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Carson City Farmer's Market safety standards exceed grocers making it safest place to shop for produceWhile it was a question as to whether the Farmer's Market this year would be able to go on in the world of COVID-19, now it is showing that its safety standards are outdoing grocery stores, making it the safest place to shop for produce in Carson City.

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Local real estate market has its bright spotsThough we are currently in a pandemic and have seen fluctuations in the stock market during this time, the Las Vegas real estate market continues to be in high demand.

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Rogers Foundation awards $75K in grants to organizationsThe $25,000 awards will bring more music, reading and drama into children's lives.

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The Neon Museum offering new 360 virtual tourThe Neon Museum announces it now offers a 360 Virtual Tour, allowing visitors to "move" freely throughout the Neon Boneyard's sign collection, exploring more than 130 informational hotspots.

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Pedestrian dies after being hit by semitrailer in HendersonA 52-year-old man who was hit by a semitrailer on Thursday in Henderson has died from his injuries, according to the Henderson Police Department.

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Low-cost vet clinic slated to open in RenoOptions Veterinary Care, a Reno-based nonprofit, has secured a location on Longley Lane in Reno to open the region's first independent nonprofit, low-cost veterinary clinic.

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Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of presidentPresident Donald Trump's niece offers a scathing portrayal of her uncle in a new book obtained by The Associated Press Tuesday that credits a "perfect storm of catastrophes" for exposing the president at his worst.

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Trump increasingly turning to executive orders, more to comePresident Donald Trump is setting a brisk pace lately in issuing executive orders and he's just getting started as he tries to position himself as a man of action on everything from foreign policy to racial justice in an election year.

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The One That Got Away: A Look At Glen Canyon 40 Years After It Was FilledWhen the Glen Canyon Dam was completed in 1966, it was a major development for water management in the arid west.

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Summerlin Old Navy store open again after COVID-19 case, cleaningAn Old Navy store at Downtown Summerlin has resumed operations after a two-week closure for cleaning after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

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Nevada special session to focus solely on budget, not social reformThe special session of the Nevada Legislature on Wednesday will strictly tackle the $1.2 billion budget deficit caused from the coronavirus pandemic, Gov.

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FDA, USDA take steps to support food supply chainAs the COVID-19 pandemic response continues, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have been working around the clock on many fronts to support the food and agriculture sector so that Americans continue to have access to a safe and robust food supply.

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What do changes in the rate-making process for the PUC mean?A proposal was recently outlined for an alternative to traditional rate-making mechanisms for electric utilities by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada.

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Golden Entertainment's revenue drops by $32 million during quarterGolden Entertainment's first-quarter revenue was $207.2 million, a decline of more than $32 million over 2019, the company reported.

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Schools explore opening optionsWhile most Douglas County school parents would prefer their children returned to a regular school day, most also support putting in place some sort of safeguards against the coronavirus.

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Military Could Control Half Of A Nevada Wildlife Refuge Under Defense BillThe U.S. Military could gain control over more than 1,300 square miles of public land in Nevada currently managed as a wildlife refuge under a bill passed by a congressional committee last week.

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Southern Nevada sees big improvement in face covering compliance among businessesNevada's Division of Industrial Relations released an update in the face-covering compliance rate amongst businesses Monday afternoon.

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Fatalities on Nevada roads increase in June 2020The number of fatalities on Nevada roads took a jump in June compared to a year ago, according to new figures from state officials.

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Joe Biden meets the press, and it goes predictablyFormer Vice President Joe Biden held his first news conference in 89 days, but the press missed a golden opportunity to ask him some real questions.

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DeVos rejects part-time reopening for schools amid pandemicEducation Secretary Betsy DeVos on Tuesday assailed plans by some local districts to offer in-person instruction only a few days a week and said schools must be "fully operational" even amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Las Vegas area brewery helps fight for social justice with special edition stoutA brewery in Henderson is helping fight for social justice. "Bad Beat Brewing" is taking part in the "Black Is Beautiful" beer initiative.

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Children's Museum of Northern Nevada presents: Art Camp Around the World; registration underwayWe are traveling the world this year! During the 5-day art camp students ages 5-10 will "visit" Asia, South America, Europe, Africa, and Australia to experience the art, culture, and music of these continents.

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More layoffs ahead for Las Vegas Strip hotel, casino workersSeveral properties gave state notice of mass layoffs since June 4, when hotel-casinos were allowed to reopen following a 78-day state-mandated shutdown in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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Young Northern Harrier Hawk taking flightA young Northern Harrier Hawk takes flight in the morning light Tuesday.

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Jimmy John's: Multiple employees fired over video of noose made of bread doughJimmy John's says multiple employees have been fired after a video circulated on social media that showed employees laughing while they made a noose out of bread dough.

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Nevada County police blotter: Man reports people calling him a pervertGrass Valley Police a.m. — A caller from the 100 block of East McKnight Way reported having been "jumped" last week.11:44 a.m.

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Nevada Fire Interactive Maps: Fires Near Me TodayA number of fires are burning in Nevada today. Find out which ones are near your location.

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Missing Baraboo girl found deadThe 10-year-old Baraboo girl who was the subject of a statewide AMBER Alert has been found dead, police tell our sister station WMTV-TV in Madison.

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Nevada officials implore mask use in bid to stem coronavirusNevada state and local officials implored people to heed the governor's directive to wear masks and keep safe distances apart, while acknowledging they await a possible increase in coronavirus cases following Independence Day revelry.

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Pahrump Justice Court closes after coronavirus exposureExposure to the coronavirus forced officials at Pahrump Justice Court to close its doors Tuesday.

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Southern Nevada home prices and sales rebound despite virusSouthern Nevada home prices hit a record mark in June and sales increased dramatically from the previous month even as the coronavirus pandemic continues, a trade organization report said.

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Wildfire near border more than triples; homes threatenedA northern Nevada wildfire burning out of control near the California line more than tripled in size on Tuesday, closing a U.S. highway, forcing evacuations and threatening hundreds of homes as hundreds of firefighters battled the flames from the air and on the ground.

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New York, Nevada Lead GDP Contraction in the First QuarterThe economies of all 50 American states and the District of Columbia contracted in the first quarter of 2020, even before the full effects of the pandemic took hold, according to data released today by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

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Las Vegas police respond to stabbing, barricade situationLas Vegas police were attempting to negotiate Tuesday morning with an individual barricaded in a residence in the northern valley.

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836 new coronavirus cases, 11 deaths in Southern NevadaNew cases were well above the daily average of slightly over 596 for the preceding week and the fatalities were also well above the daily average of just over 3½ for the period.

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Blackout Day: People of color and allies not spending money, except for at Black-owned businessesPeople of color and allies are participating in Blackout Day on Tuesday to support the African American community and Black-owned businesses.

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Metro: Suspect in custody after stabbing, barricade situationMetro Police say they are working a barricade situation after a domestic violence-related stabbing. Police reported the incident about...

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Minor League Baseball Cancels Season, Reno Aces Look to 2021A 60-game Major League Baseball season is poised to get underway later this month, but Minor League Baseball Triple-A affiliates across the nation recently announced that their 2020 season has been canceled, and that includes the Reno Aces.

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Raiders' Allegiant Stadium has part-time jobs availableThose looking to work inside the nearly complete $2 billion, 65,000-seat Allegiant Stadium still have time to apply for various game-day positions.

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Police: Man strikes two Black Lives Matter protesters with vehicle on Long IslandA Long Island man is facing assault charges after he struck two Black Lives Matter protesters with his car in Huntington Station on Long Island Monday evening, according to police in Suffolk County.

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Carson City arrests: Two jailed on misdemeanor warrantsA 23-year-old Carson City man was arrested Monday, 10:32 a.m. for a misdemeanor warrant issued May 31, 2020 out of Carson City Justice Court.

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Town court in Pahrump closes due to coronavirusA town court in southern Nevada was closed Tuesday after officials said several workers were exposed to a person who tested positive for the new coronavirus.

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Richmond removes statue of Confederate Gen. J.E.B. StuartWork crews on Tuesday took down a monument to Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart, the third major statue to be cleared away in less than a week as the Confederacy's former capital rushes to remove symbols of oppression in response to protests against police brutality and racism.

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6B in fed paycheck loans could preserve half-million Nevada jobsMore than 42,000 Nevada businesses received pandemic-related small-business loans ranging from just a few dollars to as much as $10 million, telling the federal government that the up to $6 billion combined sum would help them preserve more than a half million jobs in the state.

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Nevada: Laughlin casino temporarily suspends table game operationsManagement of Don Laughlin's Riverside Resort Hotel and Casino said the closure would start at midnight, July 7, and last about two weeks, but they will post updates for its reopening.

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Marine Corps says shooting reported at California baseThe U.S. Marine Corps said Tuesday it was investigating reports of an active shooter at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms, California.

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‘Mobbed Up' podcast: ‘Strawman — Part 8'Part 8 of ‘Mobbed Up' tells the story of the start of the FBI's Strawman investigation, through electronic surveillance audio and interviews with former members of law enforcement in Kansas City.

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Smoke and haze from Numbers Fire south of Gardnerville to linger throughout regionSmoke and haze from the Numbers Fire burning south of Gardnerville will be apparent Tuesday throughout much of the Carson Valley and surrounding areas, according to the National Weather Service.

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Brazil's President Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-19Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro says he has tested positive for COVID-19 after months of downplaying the virus' severity.

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Town court in southern Nevada closes due to coronavirusPAHRUMP, Nev. — A town court in southern Nevada was closed Tuesday after officials said several workers were exposed to a person who tested positive for the new ; The two judges in the Nye County community of Pahrump issued an order saying all staff members will be tested Wednesday for COVID-19, and no in-person hearings will be held at the ;...

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Downing Clinic Continues Services during COVID-19Approval for telehealth means clinic carries on work with old clients and accepts new ones during the pandemic.

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Health panel may open lung cancer screening to more smokersA U.S. health panel wants to widen the number of Americans offered yearly scans for lung cancer by opening the screening to less-heavy smokers.

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Russian space official, ex-journalist, charged with treasonA former journalist who worked as an adviser to the director of Russia's state space corporation was detained Tuesday on charges of passing military secrets to a Western nation, accusations that many of his colleagues dismissed as absurd.

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Doctors say experimental treatment may have rid man of HIVA Brazilian man infected with the AIDS virus has shown no sign of it for more than a year since he stopped HIV medicines after an intense experimental drug therapy aimed at purging hidden, dormant virus from his body, doctors reported Tuesday.

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Protective gear for medical workers begins to run low againThe personal protective gear that was in dangerously short supply during the early weeks of the coronavirus crisis in the U.S. is running low again as the virus resumes its rapid spread and the number of hospitalized patients climbs.

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Stocks slink back as virus outbreaks dim recovery hopesMost U.S. stocks are slipping in early trading on Tuesday, giving back some of their big gains from the past couple weeks.

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Death toll from flooding in Japan reaches 55, dozen missingSoldiers used boats to rescue residents as floodwaters flowed down streets in southern Japanese towns hit by heavy rains that were expanding across the region on Tuesday.

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Court hearing begins for gig worker class-action lawsuitThe hearing is to determine whether Nevada's employment office should be forced to pay benefits to claimants under the federal provision known as the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program.

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Las Vegas breaking news for July 7, 2020The following is a roundup of breaking news from around the Las Vegas valley.

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Las Vegas police seek help finding driver in critical hit-and-run crashLas Vegas police are asking for help finding the driver in a hit-in-run crash late Monday night that left one person recovering from critical injuries.

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Nevada Reports 843 Additional COVID-19 Cases, 4 More DeathsNevada health officials reported 843 more confirmed cases of coronavirus on Sunday and four more known deaths.

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The July 7, 2020, R-C Morning ReportGenoa, Nev. — Residents in the vicinity of the Pine Nuts east of Gardnerville had a frightening night as flames spread through the mountains and into neighborhoods.

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Medical workers may face another shortage of protective gearA national nursing union is concerned that gear has to be reused. A doctors association warns that physicians' offices are closed because they cannot get masks and other supplies.

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Highway 395 remains closed as Numbers Fire burns in Pine NutsCarson Valley residents awoke to a blanket of smoke as the Numbers Fire continued to burn through the night.

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LVR: Las Vegas home prices break recordAccording to new numbers from the Las Vegas Realtors, the median price for a single family home was $325,000 in June.

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Nevada facing $1.2B budget shortfall, new taxes not being consideredAccording to new data from the Nevada Department of Taxation, the state is facing a $1.2 billion shortfall for the 2020-2021 fiscal year.

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UPDATE: Nevada faces $1.2B budget shortfall ahead of special legislative session on WednesdayAccording to new data from the Nevada Department of Taxation, the state is facing a $1.2 billion shortfall for the 2020-2021 fiscal year.

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'Get out of here': White woman caught on camera following, questioning Black man in DenverA woman says she was doing her part when she recorded a white woman interrogating and following a Black man near Cranmer Park.

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PeakBarTop cabinet in use at 6 Southern Nevada propertiesThe new-to-Nevada PeakBarTop units with a design that includes a 23-inch curved, full-HD display and a front-mounted ticket printer are in use at six local properties.

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Hearing underway in lawsuit against Nevada's employment departmentThose waiting on PUA may get some news today. A hearing on the class action lawsuit filed on behalf of PUA claimants against DETR is scheduled in reno.

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Hearing for lawsuit against Nevada's employment department to next ThursdayA hearing on the class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of PUA claimants against the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation is underway in Reno.

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John L Smith: Will Nevada Voters Remember Trump's Threat Or His Praise?President Donald Trump smiles at Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Friday, July 3, 2020, near Keystone, S.D.

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Crews removing statue of Confederate general J.E.B. Stuart in RichmondCrews have arrived to remove a statue of Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart from Richmond's Monument Avenue - an area of the city that contains several Confederate statues that Mayor Levar Stoney has promised to remove.

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Burning Man Through The Eyes Of An ArchaeologistA an aerial view of Black Rock City is seen during the Burning Man festival near Gerlach, Nev., on Friday, Aug.

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Ely: Remote, Not Out Of The LoopEly sits 240 miles north of Las Vegas, 240 miles west of Salt Lake City, and more than 300 miles east of Reno, making it one of the most remote cities in the Lower 48 states.

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Social workers could soon work alongside police officers in BuffaloCaptain Jeff Rinaldo with the Buffalo Police Department said Monday that officers in Buffalo have been undergoing crisis intervention training for several years.

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Las Vegas home prices set record in June as sales reboundThe median sales price of previously owned single-family homes - the bulk of the market - was a record $325,000 last month, up 3.2 percent from May and 6.9 percent from June 2019.

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Las Vegas-area home prices unfazed by pandemicTuesday, July 7, 2020-5 a.m. - "The demise of the housing market due to COVID-19 was highly overrated."

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Henderson man faces charges of lewd acts against a childA Henderson man has been charged with committing lewd acts against a child, according to police and court records.

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Las Vegas weather: Hot, breezing and rising heatHot and breezy conditions will envelop the Las Vegas Valley on Tuesday, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.

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WSOP Online Event 6 won by Nathan 'surfbum' GambleNathan Gamble won the first non-No-limit Hold'em event of the WSOP Online early Tuesday, a $600 buy-in Pot-limit Omaha High-Low tournament.

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Coral Gold Provides Q1 Report on Nevada Gold Mines' Progress at Robertson Project in NevadaVANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 7, 2020 / Coral Gold Resources Ltd. reports that Nevada Gold Mines continues to advance the Robertson Project in the Cortez region of Nevada where Coral retains a net smelter returns royalty.

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Boogaloo informant in Nevada describes meeting with group membersThe informant, identified by the pseudonym "John Smith," testified before a county grand jury in June detailing his undercover encounters with the extremist group.

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Nevada Man Uninjured After Striking Tree, Totaling Nissan XterraOn Sunday, June 28 at approximately 12:42pm, a Clearwater County Deputy responded to the area of mile post 7.5 on the 250 Road, Clearwater County for a.

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Some visitors returning from Nevada will have to quarantine out of COVID-19 concernsTuesday, July 7, 2020-2 a.m. - New York, New Jersey, Hawaii and Connecticut have instructed residents to quarantine for 14 days after returning from a number of states considered to be...

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'Kids will do anything to play': Prep teams in Vegas return to practiceThis certainly wasn't a typical first day of high school football practice in Las Vegas.

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Airborne coronavirus: What you should do now to protect yourselfThe coronavirus can stay aloft for hours in tiny droplets in stagnant air, infecting people as they inhale, mounting scientific evidence suggests.

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Some visitors returning from Nevada will have to quarantine out of COVID-19 concernsTuesday, July 7, 2020-2 a.m. - New York, New Jersey, Hawaii and Connecticut have instructed residents to quarantine for 14 days after returning from a number of states considered to be...

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Town court in southern Nevada closes due to coronavirusPAHRUMP, Nev. — A town court in southern Nevada was closed Tuesday after officials said several workers were exposed to a person who tested positive for the new coronavirus.

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Should BetMGM Be Forced To Pay $250,000 In Past-Post Bets?Nevada regulators are considering whether BetMGM should pay out on past-post bets but US bookmakers need to better stress-test new products.

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Pedestrian in critical condition after hit, run near downtown Las VegasLas Vegas police are looking for a driver and two passengers who were involved in a hit-and-run crash late Monday near downtown.

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Wildfire partially closes highway in northern NevadaGARDNERVILLE, Nev. — A northern Nevada highway remained closed Tuesday in both directions south of Gardnerville in Douglas County because of a wildfire that has burned a reported eight square miles.

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New rules: Foreign pupils must leave U.S. if classes go onlineInternational students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall, under new guidelines issued Monday by federal immigration authorities.

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Class schedules, computer access among details discussed ahead of CCSD voteRecess for elementary school students in the Clark County School District might not include children climbing on playground equipment in the fall.

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Thermometers in hand, Dubai opens for tourists amid pandemicDUBAI, United Arab Emirates - From French soccer jerseys to slick online campaigns, Dubai is trumpeting the fact that it reopened for tourism on Tuesday - but what that means for this sheikhdom that relies on the dollars, pounds, rupees and yuan spent by travelers remains in question.

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Trump donors among early recipients of coronavirus loansAs much as $273 million in federal coronavirus aid was awarded to more than 100 companies that are owned or operated by major donors to President Donald Trump's election efforts, according to an Associated Press analysis of federal data.

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Hollywood comes to UK High Court as Depp takes on The SunJohnny Depp has a starring role in a real-life courtroom drama in London, where he is suing a tabloid newspaper for libel over an article that branded him a "wife beater."

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TikTok to leave Hong Kong as security law raises worriesTikTok said Tuesday it will stop operations in Hong Kong, joining other social media companies in warily eyeing ramifications of a sweeping national security law that took effect last week.

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California Capitol closing after Assembly member gets virusA coronavirus outbreak is closing California's Capitol and forcing the Assembly to put off its return to work as infection and hospitalization rates soar across the state.

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GOP worries Trump's divisive June imperils Senate controlPresident Donald Trump's June began with his Bible-clutching photo op outside a church after authorities used chemicals and batons to scatter peaceful demonstrators.

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Medicare nursing home COVID site leaves users 'in the dark'When the Trump administration required nursing homes to report their COVID-19 cases, it also promised to make the data available to residents, families and the public in a user-friendly way.

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Death toll from flooding in Japan rises to 50, dozen missingSoldiers rescued residents on boats as floodwaters flowed down streets in southern Japanese towns hit by deadly rains that were expanding across the region Tuesday.

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Maxwell moved to N.Y. for Epstein-related sex abuse chargesJeffrey Epstein's longtime confidante Ghislaine Maxwell was transferred Monday to a New York City jail plagued by coronavirus concerns and other problems as she faces charges that she recruited girls, one as young as 14, for him to sexually abuse.

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Betts: Baseball didn't do good job with response to FloydMookie Betts wasn't moved by Major League Baseball's response in the wake of George Floyd's death in police custody, and the Los Angeles Dodgers' newest star has a goal of getting the Black community to love baseball as much as he does.

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Nevada facing $1.2B budget shortfallAccording to new data from the state department on taxation, Nevada is facing a $1.2B shortfall for the 2020-2021 fiscal year.

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Northern Nevada businesses are now 84% compliant with mask mandateEighty-four percent of businesses in northern Nevada have been found to be in compliance with Gov.

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California Capitol closes as Assembly member tests positiveA coronavirus outbreak is closing California's Capitol and forcing the Assembly to put off its return to work as infection and hospitalization rates soar across the state.

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Financial Focus for July 6, 2020In today's Financial Focus, we have a check of the stock market and the stocks with ties to Las Vegas.

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2,500-acre wildfire in Northern Nevada prompts evacuationsA Northern Nevada wildfire had grown to 2,500 acres as of Monday night, prompting the evacuation of neighborhoods around Gardnerville.

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Carson City Fire Department respond to brush fire near Fremont ElementaryFirefighters have been able to get a handle on the brush fire. The cause is under investigation.

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New rapid COVID-19 test approved by FDA, results in as little as 15 minutesFederal authorities have granted emergency approval for a rapid COVID-19 test which is reportedly highly accurate, less invasive, and can provide results in about 15 minutes.

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Barrick Gold: Nevada Gold Mines UpdateBarrick Gold recently reported that its Nevada Gold Mines exceeded expectations for the first 12 months of its operations.

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Mahogany Fire at Mount Charleston 98 percent containedThe Mahogany Fire was 98 percent contained Monday night, but the National Weather Service said a red flag warning on Tuesday could affect the last bits of the blaze.

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Armani Rogers leaves UNLV, enters NCAA transfer portalUNLV quarterback Armani Rogers has entered the NCAA transfer portal and will play his final collegiate season elsewhere.

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LETTER: It's a big hoax to the president, RepublicansRussian meddling, the virus, systemic racism - you name it.

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LETTER: Columnist's coronavirus plaudits aren't holding waterGovernors who reopened too soon are paying the price.

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CARTOON: Tyranny in AsiaChina imposes a national security law targeting freedom and crushing democracy in Hong Kong.

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EDITORIAL: 'I think we have to look at the data' on virus surgeThe numbers aren't as bad as many would have you believe.

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JONAH GOLDBERG: Would the Republican Party consider throwing Trump overboard?As the Trump campaign founders under the accumulated weight of the pandemic, the economic crisis, the mass protests and a Twitter account plugged straight into the president's limbic system, I wonder: What if the parties mattered?

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Which Nevada businesses received PPP loans from the SBA?Search our database of PPP loans in Nevada at the bottom of this story.

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Nevada faces $1.2 billion budget shortfall, cuts to health services, education proposedNevada will be facing a $1.2 billion budget shortfall in the upcoming fiscal year because of impacts from COVID-19.

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10:40 p.m. Update: Bodie Flat fire estimated at 2,500 acres and growingThe Numbers Fire prompted evacuations across eastern Carson Valley as it spread at a critical rate on Monday night.

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Brush fire rages south of Gardnerville threatening homes, evacuations continue, US 395 closedKOLO reports the fire grew overnight to more than 5,000 acres with one home and 10 outbuildings burned and 350 homes threatened.

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Sisolak's budget proposal: Deep cuts to education and health servicesThe report reiterates the state will be "forced to take deep cuts in services and programs designed to help many of those most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic."

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At least two protesters struck by vehicle in IndianaProtesters had gathered to demand arrests following a weekend incident at Lake Monroe where several people pinned a man in an apparent attempted lynching.

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Nevada County coronavirus cases increase along with stateMany California counties have taken a step backward on the road to coronavirus recovery. Following statewide reopening efforts last month, now more than 40% of California counties comprising over 70% of the state's population have been placed on a public health department monitoring list after experiencing increases in COVID-19 cases or County...

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Nevada leaders report face mask compliance is up, but still needs improvementWhile state leaders reported higher numbers of compliance overall when it came to the face mask mandate, there are still areas of concern.

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Victim speaks after allegedly racist attack in IndianaA man said he was almost lynched over the July 4 weekend at Lake Monroe in Bloomington.

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Coronavirus updates: 35 new cases, 75 recoveries in Washoe CountyThis is a breaking news story and will be updated throughout the day Tuesday, July 6.

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Fatal shooting suspect arrested near DownievilleA man suspected Friday afternoon of shooting several people near Brandy City, killing one, was arrested the following day, a Sierra County Sheriff's Office press release states.

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Carson City, Quad area COVID-19 July 6 briefing: Six new casesCarson City Health and Human Services is reporting six new positive cases and no additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County region on Monday, July 6.

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Seventeen AgainBy Crystal Lugo I never realized how much I adored my dirty dishes and dirty clothes until I had to move back home due to the coronavirus.

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Seattle City Council approves new tax on big businessThe Seattle City Council on Monday approved a new tax on large businesses, two years after the council repealed a big business tax amid pressure from corporations such as Amazon and the prospect of a voter referendum.

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Nevada governor's budget proposal closes $1.2B gap with reductions, leaves door open to tax increasesMegan Messerly, The Nevada Independent Gov. Steve Sisolak has released a proposal ahead of a special legislative session slated to begin Wednesday in Carson City that would slash and shift hundreds of millions of dollars from agency budgets and other programs to close an estimated $1.2 billion shortfall caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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Nevada court considering Wynn defamation claim against APLAS VEGAS — The Nevada Supreme Court was asked Monday to reinstate a defamation lawsuit against The Associated Press and an AP reporter based on a story about accounts to Las Vegas police from two women who alleged sexual misconduct by former casino mogul Steve Wynn.

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Charlotte Elizabeth HardingCharlotte Elizabeth Harding 1924-2020 Charlotte Elizabeth Harding , born in Honolulu, Hawaii, and wife of 56 years to Frank G. Harding , left a hole in our hearts and in this world by leaving it on Monday, June 8, 2020.

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1.2 million bail for Black driver who hit 2 Seattle protestersA judge on Monday set a $1.2 million bail for the man accused of driving a Jaguar on to a closed Seattle freeway and hitting two protesters, killing one and seriously injuring the other.

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Nevada Governor releases budget details for 2020 and 2021 ahead of Legislative Special SessionToday, Nevada Governor Steve Nevada COVID-19 Fiscal Report and details about the Fiscal Year 2021 budget ahead of the Nevada Session, which is planned for Wednesday, July 8.

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Half of Nevada's businesses didn't comply with mask rules, investigators sayNevada Gov. Steve Sisolak is threatening swift, decisive action against rule-flouters. Casinos are cracking down internally, warning employees will be fired for failing to follow regulations.

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