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RENO, Nev. (AP) — A judge says a Reno hospital can conduct brain wave tests, but she won't rule until Jan. 22 whether life-support can be removed from 20-year-old woman in Nevada. Lawyers for Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center won their bid to conduct tests that doctors think will show Aden Hailu (AY'-dehn HEHL'-oo) is legally dead and that a ventilator should be removed.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Police say they're looking for a car and two occupants who pulled next to a vehicle in which a man was shot dead in the parking lot of a northwest Las Vegas gym. Investigators don't think the man who was killed went inside the 24-Hour Fitness before he was found in the vehicle. The Clark County coroner didn't immediately make his name public.

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush says the federal government needs to tear down barriers and let states do big and bold things with education. The former Florida governor commended the Nevada Legislature for creating a voucher-style Education Savings Account program during a telephone town hall. Bush said there's too much federal regulation in education.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada Highway Patrol says a 38-year-old Las Vegas man died Sunday after he lost control of his Harley Davidson near Searchlight. The agency says Shamon Hudson was among a group of motorcycle riders heading north on U.S. Route 95 when he lost control and was thrown from the Harley. The agency says it was the 61st fatal crash this year and the 13th involving a motorcycle.

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