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County criminalizes stopping for a selfie on Strip pedestrian bridges
Catching a glimpse of the Las Vegas Grand Prix from a pedestrian bridge on Las Vegas Boulevard, or stopping to get directions or snap a selfie will now be illegal, following a unanimous vote Tuesday by the Clark County Commission.
UNLV shooter had target lists, mailed envelopes to educators before rampage
The shooter who killed three UNLV faculty members Wednesday mailed at least 22 envelopes without a return address to education professionals across the country before entering the campus with a Taurus handgun and 11 magazines of ammunition, Clark County Sheriff Kevin McMahill revealed at a news conference Thursday afternoon.
SOS announces appointments for sidewalk vending task force
Nevada Secretary of State Francisco Aguilar announced appointments for a task force to recommend regulations for sidewalk vendors on Wednesday.
Housing justice groups launch eviction watch program to observe hearings, provide oversight
While observing eviction proceedings Tuesday at Las Vegas Justice Court, Ben Iness of the Nevada Housing Justice Alliance was struck by the final words from the judge following the majority of cases where a summary eviction was granted: “Good luck.”
Georgia county summons Nevada fake elector Jim DeGraffenreid in trial for Trump lawyers
Nevada State Republican National Committeeman Jim DeGraffenreid is one of six non-Georgia residents being summoned to testify in an upcoming trial for Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell — two attorneys indicted by the Peach State for their part in attempting to overthrow the results of the 2020 election.
Street food vendors are ‘open for business’ said NV governor; Clark County disagrees
A video showing a violent confrontation between police and a street food vendor near the Welcome to Las Vegas Sign has exposed significant holes in the implementation of a bill meant to bring the iconic retailers out of the shadows.
Perennial Candidate Mack Miller Jailed on Theft Charges
BREAKING STORY: Former candidate for Lieutenant Governor and political firebrand, Mack Joseph Miller is no stranger to run-ins with the law. Last week, Miller was remanded into custody over allegations that he stole an amount of money in excess of $100,000.
Southwest Vegas: Barricade Situation Ends in Murder Suicide
On June 15, 2023, at approximately 7:30 p.m., LVMPD dispatch received multiple calls regarding a male entering a business in the 9200 block of Eastern Avenue with a gun and forcing the victim to leave with him.
Fourteen Child Sex Predators Arrested During Undercover Operation
A multi-agency operation targeting online child sex predators led to 14 arrests on June 1-2, 2023.
Meet Henderson’s New Police Chief
Hollie Chadwick was appointed Chief of Police on May 1, 2023. She joined the Henderson Police Department in August 2002. Chief Chadwick was raised in Las Vegas and attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Athletic Training, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sports and Fitness Management, and a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology.

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