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LAS VEGAS (AP) — A suspected shooter is in custody and more arrests could follow in connection with the wounding of a patrol officer at an apartment complex south of the Las Vegas Strip. Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo says police are trying to figure out how the suspect slipped through a police cordon around the crime scene and made it to the Southern Hills residential and golf community, more than three miles away. The sheriff says the wounded officer is expected to make a full recovery.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada lawmakers are still far from wrapping up a special session on incentives for electric carmaker Faraday Future. Senate and Assembly leaders called off their workday last evening, saying there was still much work to be done on amendments to the two bills they've been considering. Lawmakers are considering $215 million in incentives for the Chinese-backed automaker.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid says his party has tried everything to get gun control legislation through Congress and still keeps losing to the National Rifle Association. The Nevada Democrat suggests that maybe Democrats themselves are to blame for the failures — or maybe the American people are "gullible," even after multiple mass shootings. The comments from Reid in an interview with The Associated Press reflect deep frustrations in his conference.
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Gary Faulkner Jr. won the Professional Bowlers Association World Championship in Reno last night to become the second black bowler to win a tour title. The 25-year-old Faulkner beat top qualifier EJ Tackett, 216-178 in the final at the National Bowling Stadium. George Branham III is the only other black winner in tour history. He won five times.
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