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CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — A Nevada assemblywoman says she'll keep fighting for a hotly debated measure that would allow concealed weapon permit holders to bring guns onto college campuses. Republican Michele Fiore (fee-OHR'-ee) says she'll continue to lead the charge for bill, even if it doesn't receive a hearing by Friday's bill passage deadline.

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Gov. Brian Sandoval's spokeswoman says she made an error in judgment after being arrested on suspicion of DUI. Mari St. Martin was arrested in Reno on Friday night. In a statement, she said she expects to be held accountable for her actions. Sandoval said in a statement that he is "extremely disappointed" in St. Martin.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas county officials are looking for someone who keeps painting a fake crosswalk in an affluent neighborhood of Las Vegas. KTNV-TV reports that a new crosswalk appeared just feet from a real one in Summerlin near Goolsby Elementary School. This is the fifth time the crosswalk has appeared. The county removed the painted crosswalk four other times, most recently in October.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The city of Memphis is honoring blues musician B.B. King by declaring today "B.B. King Day." The mayor says Memphis residents will be sending get-well cards, messages and videos to the 89-year-old King, who suffers from diabetes and is in hospice care in Las Vegas.

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