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Henderson city clerk’s office employees resign following

The money the city paid the former employees came from sick leave and paid-time-off banks. Transparent Nevada, a website that tracks public employee salaries, lists Maria Aguirre as the election

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Little Caesars mystery sign a guide to pizza-related

Out near the shuttered Bonnie Springs Old West attraction, off Red Rock Canyon/Blue Diamond Road near Spring Mountain Ranch State Park, is a billboard bearing a cryptic code.

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Virgin Hotel will open without resort fees, free parking

The off-Strip property is set to open March 25 with no resort fees, complimentary self-parking and free Wi-Fi. Parking will be available at two parking garages located off Harmon Avenue and

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Vaccines and ZIP codes | LETTER | Las Vegas Review-Journal

In response to your Saturday story revealing that “most vaccines have gone to residents of wealthy, suburban ZIP codes”: My wife is older than 70 and has gone online every day since the

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Knights approved to host 15% capacity crowds at T-Mobile

The Golden Knights have been approved by the state to host limited capacity crowds at T-Mobile Arena starting March 1, but at a lesser capacity than originally requested.

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COVID relief bill provides stay-at-home payments to

The $570 million Emergency Federal Leave Plan would provide up to 600 hours of paid leave to federal civil workers who have no sick time remaining, but need time off to care for themselves or

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Movie theaters celebrate National Popcorn Day with deals

During the promotion, every size of popcorn is $2 off at Cinemark theaters. Customers can take home a bag that’s the equivalent of three large tubs of popcorn for $10.

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CBO offers sober analysis on $15 minimum wage | EDITORIAL

President Joe Biden admitted late last week that he doubts the $15 federal minimum wage will be included in the next COVID stimulus bill. “I put it in,” he said, “but I don’t think it’s

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