Good morning. Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Nevada.

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LAS VEGAS SHOOTING-LAWSUITS

LAS VEGAS — Stadiums, corporate buildings and other facilities that draw crowds have strengthened their security since 9/11, and in return, they have earned U.S. protections in the event their efforts fail to prevent a terrorist attack and they are sued. But hotels have not received the same safeguards. Las Vegas' world-famous casino-resorts have long been known to be of interest to terrorists, but the constant flow of people may pose a challenge to earning liability protections under a little-known federal law, an expert said. For the first time, the law is at the center of a legal battle after MGM Resorts International invoked it to sue hundreds of victims of the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history to avoid paying out for lawsuits. By Regina Garcia Cano. SENT: 920 words, AP Photos.

IN BRIEF:

—BURNING MAN-DUST DELAY — Officials say whiteout dust conditions forced a three-hour stop of entry to the Burning Man counter-culture festival in the Nevada desert 100 miles (160 kilometers) north of Reno. The Reno Gazette-Journal reports that gates reopened about 6:30 p.m. Sunday after swirling dust storms reduced visibility and created dangerous driving conditions.

—FATAL ROBBERY — Las Vegas police are investigating a drug-related robbery that has left one man dead.

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