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Kenny Sanchez will once again be the head football coach and Dean of Students at Bishop Gorman High School. Sanchez had been suspended after his ex-girlfriend accused him of abuse, but she later recanted that story. Sanchez was suspended from his position at Gorman during the investigation. On Tuesday, a judge ruled there was no

RAIDERS ANNOUNCE OFFICIAL LAS VEGAS MEDIA PARTNERSHIP WITH BEASLEY MEDIA GROUP Las Vegas, Nevada (June 1, 2007): Beasley Media Group, Inc. a subsidiary of Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: BBGI) announces The Raiders have selected Beasley Media Group as the team’s official radio broadcast partner in Las Vegas. “The Raiders are proud to announce

Could “bollards” be going up on the Las Vegas strip? Bollards are sturdy, protective, vertical posts that are designed to prevent a car from ramming into crowded sidewalks. Las Vegas Metro Police have asked the county to install the barricades to protect pedestrians on the strip. Clark County Public Works will present a report with

Recreational marijuana may not go on sale in Nevada on July 1st, as originally planned. A judge has issued a restraining order against the state on behalf of alcohol distributors in the state, who say they are being cut out of the marijuana business. When recreational use of pot was legalized by voters last year,

A woman and a Las Vegas Metro Police officer exchanged gun fire yesterday, after 4 women tried to steal a car near Silver Lake Drive and Vegas Drive. Neither person was hit by the gunfire. The woman pulled a gun out of a bag and fired at the officer, after refusing to step in front

Las Vegas Metro Police are investigating an officer involved shooting that happened shortly after 4 p.m. in the area of Silver Lake Drive and Vegas Drive, near Rancho. According to police no one was injured. The investigation is continuing.

Gambling revenue at Nevada casinos was up almost 1.2% in April compared with the same month a year ago. The Nevada Gaming Control Board on Wednesday said casinos won more than $886.5 million from gamblers last month. Las Vegas Strip casinos took in more than half of that revenue with almost $475.4 million, even though

A judge called a New Hampshire man a “bully vigilante” and sentenced him Wednesday to more than seven years in prison for his role organizing armed backers of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy after a standoff with U.S. agents in 2014. Gerald “Jerry” DeLemus became the first person sentenced for his ties to the confrontation that

A man was found dead in an apartment near Twain and Maryland Parkway early this morning. Las Vegas Metro Police were called around 2:30a.m. by a woman claiming to be related to the dead man’s roommate. She told police the roommate had called her and tole her he killed the man. Police went to the

U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei, R-Nev. announced he will run for re-election in 2018. Amodei flirted with the possibility of running for either governor or attorney general. Amodei first said publicly he was thinking about running for statewide office — either for governor or attorney general — in August, although he always left the door open


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