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- Parents sue North Korea over death of detainee Otto Warmbier
- The parents of U.S. college student Otto Warmbier filed a wrongful death lawsuit against North Korea on Thursday, saying its government tortured and …
- Migrant ‘caravan’ gathers on U.S.-Mexico border for final push
- About 175 people in a caravan of Central American asylum-seekers rested up Thursday ahead of the final leg of their monthlong journey to seek asylum in the United States, with the Trump administration warning they …
- Trump’s Cohen comments raise questions about relationship
- President Donald Trump said Thursday that personal attorney Michael Cohen handles very little of his legal work, but did represent him in the “crazy Stormy Daniels deal,” a rare presidential public reference to the porn star who …
- Metro seeks driver in fatal pedestrian crash
- Metro Police say they are looking for the driver in a fatal hit-and-run involving a pedestrian Wednesday night in the central valley. The motorist ditched a 1999 Chrysler LHS sedan about …
- One high-production edibles facility supplies nearly all of Nevada’s 62 cannabis dispensaries
- All edibles in Evergreen Organix undergo three state laboratory tests before they’re packaged and sold to dispensaries.
- Amazon raising price of annual Prime membership to $119
- Amazon is raising the price of its annual Prime membership fee by 20 percent starting next month. The company said today that Prime members in the U.S. will now pay $119 a year, up from $99, starting May 11 for new members. The new price will apply to renewals of …
- Militia leader pleads guilty in attempted cabin explosion
- A Utah militia group leader has pleaded guilty to trying to blow up a federally owned cabin in Arizona in what prosecutors call a case of domestic terrorism. William Keebler pleaded guilty to …
- Elsewhere: Henderson man sues city and police, saying Third Amendment rights violated
- A Nevada man is suing the city of Henderson and its police under the rarely-used Third Amendment, claiming that they unconstitutionally arrested him for obstruction …
- The Kats Report: Suit against Sunset Thomas offers new wrinkle in the oldest profession
- There are few “firsts” left in the world’s oldest profession, but never before has Sunset Thomas experienced this: She is being sued for not having …
- Elsewhere: NSA’s Verizon records collection: “Calm down,” Reid says
- The National Security Agency’s blanket request for Verizon to hand over all records of telephone calls within its system — both within the U.S. and …
- Canyon Springs Football 2012
Dec. 14, 2012 Their school, Canyon Springs High School on Alexander Road in North Las Vegas, near a pig farm whose stench lingers over the campus at times, is one of the poorest in the valley. This is the story of their football season.
- Grow House
Dec. 11, 2012 KSNV reports on a Metro raid of a marijuana grow operation at two Henderson homes.
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