BC-NV--Nevada News Digest, NV
Good afternoon. Here’s an updated look at how AP’s general news coverage is shaping up in Nevada.
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RANCHING STANDOFF TRIAL
LAS VEGAS — A U.S. judge who declared a mistrial last month could end the much-watched criminal prosecution of a Nevada rancher accused of leading an armed uprising against federal authorities. Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro’s decision on Monday is sure to echo among states’ rights advocates in Western states where the federal government controls vast expanses that some people want to remain protected and others want open for grazing, mining and oil and gas drilling. By Ken Ritter. SENT: 690 words, AP Photos.
What’s the hottest thing in the world of technology these days? Your voice. Some of the most popular gadgets over the holiday season were smart speakers with digital assistants from Amazon and Google. Apple is coming out with its own speaker this year; Microsoft and Samsung have partnered on another. As the annual CES gadget show kicks off in Las Vegas this week, manufacturers are expected to unveil even more voice-controlled devices. By Anick Jesdanun. SENT: 890 words, AP Photos.
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FAMILY FEARS IMMIGRATION RULING
LAS VEGAS — Ericka Lopez spent much of her childhood bickering with her brothers and sister. Now, when her four kids start to argue, she reminds them that they need to stay on the same team. That’s an important message right now because the family could be splintered if the U.S. Department of Homeland Security terminates temporary protected status, or TPS, for immigrants from El Salvador, as it recently did for Nicaraguans and Haitians. If that happens, Ericka and her two eldest children could be forced to leave the country while her two youngest remain behind. By Jessie Bekker of the Las Vegas-Review Journal. SENT: 900 words, with AP Photos NVLAS603, NVLAS602, NVLAS601. Moved late Thursday for use in weekend editions of Jan. 6 and beyond.
— LAS VEGAS-STORE SHOOTING: Authorities say a man has fatally shot his estranged wife before turning the gun on himself at a Las Vegas gas station convenience store.
— CROWLEY PUBLIC MEMORIAL: A public memorial has been held for the longest-serving president in the history of the University of Nevada, Reno.
LAS VEGAS — The Pacific Division-leading Vegas Golden Knights host the New York Rangers, who are coming off a 2-1 shootout win Saturday night in Arizona. UPCOMING: 650 words, AP Photos. Game starts at 7:30 p.m. MST.
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