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Senate approves new national monument at edge of Las Vegas

An ice age boneyard at the northern edge of the Las Vegas Valley is now one signature away from becoming Nevada’s newest federally recognized natural landmark.
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Chaos Caucus has a short time to show it can lead

Things are pretty volatile in the Chaos Caucus.

Sandoval to stay out of GOP squabble in Assembly

Gov. Brian Sandoval said Friday he is not getting involved in the ongoing Assembly leadership dispute, and that he will work with whoever ends up in control when the Legislature gets to work on Feb. 2.

Ruling goes against LV fire recruits in cheating scandal

Las Vegas won’t have to reinstate all 12 rookie firefighters accused of cheating on an exam in 2013, at least not yet. The Nevada Employee Management Relations Board on Tuesday found the city was within its rights to dismiss a dozen firefighter trainees investigated for “irregularities” uncovered during a hazardous materials test in January.

EDITORIAL: Culinary’s bully tactics bad for business

Before Wednesday, it was hard to measure the fiscal cost of the Culinary union’s reckless and economically harmful political stunts.

LETTER: School district right to seek sex education overhaul

As a family doctor and parent, I applaud the Clark County School District for considering long-overdue updates to the sex education curriculum, and for engaging parents and the community in this discussion. What appears to be a values-laden debate contains much common ground.

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