Afternoon News Update
Las Vegas man gets prison in Egg & I crash

A Las Vegas man who crashed into an Egg & I restaurant last year and injured 10 people was sentenced Thursday to 6 to 20 years in prison.
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Body found under construction equipment in Laughlin

Las Vegas police said they found a man’s body under construction equipment in Laughlin on Thursday morning.

Police ID officers who fired during home invasions

Las Vegas police on Thursday released the names of the officers involved in the early Tuesday morning home invasions that left two dead and two seriously wounded.

State takes responsibility for juvenile detention hogtying

Romaine Gilliland, director of the Nevada Department of Health And Human Services, on Thursday said his department takes responsibility for the institutional abuse allegations of youth at the Nevada Youth Training Center in Elko.

Americans warned not to travel to Ebola-hit countries

U.S. health officials on Thursday warned Americans not to travel to the three African countries hit by an outbreak of Ebola.

Woman accused in home invasions arraigned

The woman police say was involved in home invasions that left two dead and two wounded appeared in court Thursday.

Billionaire Packer linked to key Strip parcel

The long dormant site that once housed the New Frontier and was subject of the Strip’s most expensive real estate could become active once again. Bloomberg News Service reported Thursday that Australian billionaire James Packer had acquired a portion of the loan covering the 34.5-acre site and would consider building a hotel-casino on the land.