AP-NV--Nevada News Advisory, NV
Good morning. Here’s an updated look at how AP’s general news coverage is shaping up in Nevada.
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LAS VEGAS SHOOTING-VICTIM PORTRAITS
LAS VEGAS — Portraits of the 58 people killed in last year’s mass shooting in Las Vegas will go on display Monday after artists from around the world donated their time to memorialize the victims. The paintings, drawings and digital art will be displayed at a county building in Las Vegas until Oct. 19, when they are to be given to the victims’ families. By Michelle L. Price. SENT: 530 words.
SPORTS GAMBLING-FIGHTING THE FIX
OCEANPORT, N.J. — It’s early in a college basketball game and Team A, playing methodically and using up most of the 30-second shot clock, falls behind 10-6. Scattered around the bleachers, several fans staring at their smartphones celebrate silently: they have bet on Team B to be the first to reach 10 points and even promised two Team A starters a cut of the winnings. With dozens of states rushing to capitalize on the U.S. Supreme Court lifting a federal ban on sports gambling, will fixed scenarios like the one above become more common? By David Porter and Regina Garcia-Cano. SENT: 1,550 words. AP Photos.
With: SPORTS GAMBLING-FIGHTING THE FIX-GLANCE
—FLEEING DRIVER — Las Vegas police are searching for a driver accused of causing a collision and then abandoning his burning vehicle, with passengers, including a 10-year-old, still inside.
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