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Red Bull Air Race headed to Las Vegas Motor Speedway 
Fast planes whizzing at killer speeds near a crowd of people may sound like a scary thing but that's what's coming with the Red Bull Air Race World Championship coming to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Wet, wild monsoon season ends in Southwest 
This year's Southwest monsoon season will be remembered for unusually intense storms that brought months' worth of rain in just one day.
CCSD tasked with making repairs to one or more schools 
The Clark County School board met Wednesday to hear recommendations on how to spend $53 million. This may sound like a lot but not if you're talking about improving the schools your children attend.
State News
Sandoval named chair of governors' education panel
The National Governors Association has selected Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval to serve as chairman of its Education and Workforce Committee.
David Mireles
Nevada inmate dies after 1 month in prison system
Authorities say a 58-year-old inmate who suffered from chronic medical condition died in a southern Nevada prison over the weekend.
Appearing confident but sometimes emotional, O.J. Simpson testified Wednesday, May 15, 2013, he did not know guns were involved in a confrontation with sports memorabilia dealers that led to his conviction for armed robbery and kidnapping, and a sentence that could keep him behind bars for life. (NBC News)
Prosecutor: No need for new trial in Simpson case
Prosecutors in Las Vegas say O.J. Simpson got a fair trial and evidence supporting his 2008 conviction and imprisonment on kidnapping and armed robbery charges is overwhelming.
National News
People looking for jobs speak with potential employers at a job fair in New York City. (File) (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
Private survey shows job cuts in September were fewest in 14 years
Outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas says employers last month announced the fewest job cuts since June of 2000.
Children return to school on December 18, 2012 in Newtown, Connecticut. Four days after 20 children and six adults were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School, most students in Newtown returned to school. Children at Sandy Hook Elementary will attend a school in a neighboring town until authorities decide whether or not to reopen Sandy Hook.  (John Moore, Getty Images)
Sandy Hook school bomb threat 'low to no threat'
Newtown's schools superintendent says a bomb threat phoned in to the Sandy Hook School that forced its evacuation was "complex," but was considered "low to no threat."
(File) (Scott Olson, Getty Images)
More than 4,000 hogs die in fire at NC farm
A fire at a farm in central North Carolina has killed more than 4,000 hogs.
California News
Los Angeles councilman sex harassment suit settled
Los Angeles has settled a lawsuit that alleged City Councilman Jose Huizar sexually harassed a former aide.
A police officer stands by the scene of a shooting in Bell Gardens, Calif., Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. Authorities say Mayor Daniel Crespo, of the Los Angeles suburb of Bell Gardens, has been shot to death and his wife is in custody. (Nick Ut/AP Photo)
Mayor of suburban Los Angeles city killed
Authorities say the mayor of the Los Angeles suburb of Bell Gardens has been shot to death and his wife is in custody.
Los Angeles-area motorcycle officer dies in crash
A police officer has died after a collision with a vehicle while on patrol on a motorcycle in a Los Angeles County suburb.
Political News
People looking for jobs speak with potential employers at a job fair in New York City. (File) (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
Private survey shows job cuts in September were fewest in 14 years
Outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas says employers last month announced the fewest job cuts since June of 2000.
President Barack Obama (Alex Wong, Getty Images)
Obama: Change was needed at Secret Service
There could be additional changes at the Secret Service, where director Julia Pierson has resigned.
Voters fill out ballots at the Manley Reece Post 2573 VFW Hall polling station in Wilmington, North Carolina. (Logan Mock-Bunting, Getty Images)
AP-GfK Poll: Voters' pre-election focus on economy
It's not Obamacare or climate change. It's not yet terrorism or fear of the Islamic State group. Those issues are on the minds of voters as they begin casting ballots in this year's midterm elections, but nothing matters to American voters as much the economy.
Weather News
Wet, wild monsoon season ends in Southwest 
This year's Southwest monsoon season will be remembered for unusually intense storms that brought months' worth of rain in just one day.
Heavy rains cause flood warning in Moapa area 
The National Weather Service has issued a flood warning for northeastern Clark County, which includes the cities of Overton and Moapa.
People salvage the useful remains from houses destroyed by Hurricane Odile in Los Cabos, Mexico,  Monday, Sept. 15, 2014. Hundreds of impoverished houses were destroyed in the Unidad Real squatter's settlement and other equally poor neighborhoods. Mexico’s Interior Ministry declared a state of natural disaster for affected areas in the state of Baja California Sur. (Victor R. Caivano/AP Photo)
Hurricane Odile in Baja slams Baja California
Hurricane Odile raked the Baja California Peninsula with strong winds and heavy rains early Monday as locals and tourists in the resort area of Los Cabos began to emerge from shelters and assess the damage.
Sports News
Teen football player dies after injury during game
A high school football player has died after he collided with an opponent and collapsed during a game on Long Island.
Mike Trout (Elaine Thompson/AP File Photo)
Trout makes playoff debut when Angels host Royals
When Mike Trout asked Albert Pujols for advice on his playoff debut, the veteran slugger with two rings told baseball's best young player to keep the same swing that finally got the Los Angeles Angels back into the October spotlight.
San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford, center, is greeted by teammates Brandon Belt, left, and Hunter Pence right, after hitting a grand slam against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the fourth inning of the NL wild-card playoff baseball game Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014, in Pittsburgh.  (AP Photo/Don Wright)
Bumgarner, Giants silence Pirates 8-0 to advance
Madison Bumgarner pitched a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Brandon Crawford hit the first grand slam by a shortstop in postseason history as the San Francisco Giants routed the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-0 on Wednesday night in the National League wild-card game.
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