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CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is hitting back at comments California Gov. Jerry Brown made about other states' gun laws after the deadly shooting in San Bernardino. Brown said earlier this week that Nevada and Arizona's looser gun laws are "a gigantic backdoor through which any terrorist can walk." In a statement yesterday, Sandoval's spokeswoman called Brown's characterization "wrong and irresponsible."
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — State auditors say Nevada state museums aren't doing a good job of keeping track of the toys, books and medallions they have in their gift shops and could be leaving the door open for theft. Museum officials blame the problems on chronic staffing shortages from recession-era budget cuts and layoffs, and a glitch-prone cash processing computer system that they plan to replace by summer.
NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) — Police are looking for other victims after a 14-year-old Arizona girl's escape from a North Las Vegas home where she says she was kept and sexually attacked for a month. Police have arrested 26-year-old Jimmy Kim. Police say there was evidence in the home that other children may have been assaulted.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Authorities have identified a disabled man who was fatally struck by a driver as his wife was pushing his wheelchair in Las Vegas. KLAS-TV reports the Clark County coroner's office says 46-year-old Michael Terrell of North Las Vegas died as a result of the collision but did not release a cause of death. The driver fled the scene.
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