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LAS VEGAS (AP) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture says a circus act featured at two Harrah's casinos in Nevada has not been treating its big cats properly. The department cited Dirk Arthur's Wild Magic show in December for declawing lions and tigers, keeping a snow leopard in a rusty cage and chaining a bobcat in a dangerous way. The USDA also found that the animals' cages were too small. In January, the USDA issued a formal warning about the way the animals were living. The show is featured in Harrah's casinos in Reno in northern Nevada, and in Laughlin, outside of Las Vegas.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Four Clark County jail officers won't face criminal charges in a fatal struggle with an inmate more than a year ago. Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson issued a report Thursday saying that 38-year-old jail inmate Luis Solano created a potentially dangerous disruption and the officers didn't use excessive force restraining him. The Clark County coroner ruled Solano died of complications of suffocation due to police restraint procedures. He also noted renal failure and an enlarged heart.

OVERTON, Nev. (AP) — Police say they're investigating after a man died in Valley of Fire State Park. Officer Larry Hadfield says rescuers were called to the park about 11:30 a.m. today and found the man trapped between a vehicle and a rock. He was pronounced dead. The man's identity and circumstances surrounding his death were not immediately released. The park is located 54 miles northeast of Las Vegas.

HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) — Police in Henderson say they're looking for a large man who used a little mo-ped to get away after a jewelry store heist a week ago. Henderson police spokeswoman Kathleen Richards said today that no weapons were used and no one was hurt in the Feb. 27 robbery at a store near Sunset Road and Stephanie Street. Police released a security camera image of the man sitting in chair in the store. He's described as being about 300 pounds, with a mustache and black-framed eyeglasses.

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