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Nevada's solution to Mental Health Issues - Put them on a bus to California with instructions to call 911 when they get there.

Mental Health - SacBee

By the time his Greyhound bus hissed to a stop on Richards Boulevard in Sacramento on the morning of Feb. 12, James Flavy Coy Brown was in a mild panic. It was 6:30 a.m., 15 hours and 11 stops after a taxi had scooped him up in front of Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital in Las Vegas, where he had spent the previous 72 hours, and deposited him at a bus station.


Seven Marines killed, others injured in Nevada training explosion

Seven Marines were killed during a training exercise at a U.S. Army depot in western Nevada, Marine Corps officials said Tuesday.


Suspect in Las Vegas Strip killings arrested in Los Angeles

Ammar Harris

The suspect in last week's triple slaying on the Las Vegas Strip has been arrested in Los Angeles, the Clark County District Attorney's Office said on Thursday.


Gunfire, wreck kill 3 on Vegas strip

Las Vegas

Three people were killed and at least three others injured in a gunfight and subsequent car crash along the Las Vegas strip in Nevada early Thursday, police said.


Union workers strike at Raley's supermarket chain

Union workers at Raley's supermarket chain, which operates more than 100 stores in California and Nevada, went on strike Sunday after last-ditch efforts to reach a new contract failed.


Suspects indicted over alleged $1 million casino thefts

A total of 14 suspects have been indicted on accusations they stole about a million dollars from casinos in California and Nevada.


Unemployment rates fall in 7 US swing states

Unemployment rates fell or held steady last month in nine key swing states at the center of this year's presidential election. Rates dropped in Ohio, Florida, Wisconsin, Colorado, Iowa, Nevada and North Carolina. They were unchanged in New Hampshire and Virginia.


Did Barack Obama Save Ohio?

Why the battle to take credit for Ohio’s ever-so-slightly above-average economy could swing the presidential election...While most of the debate nationally still revolves around why the economy remains so pathetic, there are several pivotal states — Ohio, Florida, Nevada, Virginia — where things are slowly turning around.


Moviegoer accidentally shoots himself

Century 14 Theater

A 56-year-old man watching "The Bourne Legacy" at a Nevada theater accidentally shot himself in the buttocks when his gun discharged.


Republican Party ad takes softer approach on Obama

In a campaign fast growing nasty, the Republican National Committee is trying a gentler approach... Several Republicans who weren't involved in making the ad say a softer approach may be essential to the effort to defeat Obama in November, given polls showing him with strong personal favorability ratings. The ad is airing in Ohio, Virginia, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Colorado and Iowa.


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