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Top Las Vegas news: Construction begins on isolation facility; teens killed by father ID'd; more

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Construction begins on Cashman isolation-quarantine facility

Construction began Tuesday morning on a new isolation and quarantine center to serve at least 350 homeless people at the downtown Cashman Center, just across the parking lot from a temporary homeless center.

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Officials ID 2 teens killed by father in apparent murder-suicide

The Clark County coroner's office has identified the two teenage boys killed by their father last week in what Las Vegas police described as a murder-suicide.

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Man found dead outside Las Vegas justice center died of natural causes

The Clark County coroner’s office on Tuesday confirmed that a man whose body was found in late January in front of the Regional Justice Center died of natural causes.

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Woman wanted to show man how she could use a knife, police report says

A Las Vegas woman accused of repeatedly stabbing a man at a central Las Vegas apartment told police she attacked the victim because of prior domestic abuse and that she wanted to show him “how she can use a knife,” according to police.

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