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1st suit filed in Vegas copter crash
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The first wrongful death lawsuit was filed Tuesday in Nevada on behalf of the families of a honeymooning couple from India killed in a Las Vegas sightseeing helicopter crash that also took the lives of the pilot and a Kansas couple celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. The civil lawsuit names Las Vegas-based Sundance Helicopters Inc., the operator of the twilight flight that crashed Dec. 7 near Lake Mead. “The families a...
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Children’s museum ‘Discovers’ 50,000th visitor
Nevada Discovery Museum celebrates success since September opening
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Washoe schools announce anti-bullying effort
48 percent of students agree that bullying at school is a problem
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Justice Court gets a new lease on life
County OKs new home for strained facility at Greenbrae Shopping Center
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Federal report: Home flipping drove housing bubble
Investors who used low-down-payment, subprime credit caused inflated prices
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Sparks Justice Court expected to relocate
County Commission to consider lease agreement for new property today
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Air code goes from red to yellow
Health district changes pollution warning
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Police: Person followed, shot at on E. Prater
No one was hurt in the incident early Sunday
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All EU nations but UK open to joining new treaty
BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union said Friday that 26 of its 27 member countries are open to joining a new treaty tying their finances together to solve the euro crisis. Only Britain remains opposed, creating a deep rift in the union. In marathon talks that lasted all night and into Friday, leaders of the 17 countries that use the euro gradually persuaded nearly all the other EU nations to consider joining the new treaty. Some countries may f...
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Nine-foot gingerbread house on display at Grand Sierra Resort
Resort cooks up huge candy-covered abode for holiday guests
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