- U.S.Associated Press
A desert city built on a reputation for excess and indulgence wants to become a model for restraint and conservation with a first-in-the-nation policy banning grass that nobody walks on. Las Vegas-area water officials have spent two decades trying to get people to replace thirsty greenery with desert plants, and now they're asking the Nevada Legislature to outlaw roughly 40% of the turf that's left. The Southern Nevada Water Authority estimates there are almost 8 square miles (21 square kilometers) of “nonfunctional turf" in the metro area — grass that no one ever walks on or otherwise uses in street medians, housing developments and office parks.
- U.S.In The Know
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Florida cops who responded to a noise complaint at house party 'cowered away' after finding out their boss was a guest
Police officers in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, were responding to a noise complaint at a party when they were told their boss was a guest.
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'Matrix' star Carrie-Anne Moss says she was offered a grandma role 'literally the day after my 40th birthday'
The 53-year-old actress spoke to Justine Bateman about aging in Hollywood.
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Manny Taboada and Tracy Paules were living together when the killer entered their Florida home. Evidence from a bank robbery would later prove crucial to solving the murders.
- U.S.The Root
A daycare center in Roswell, Ga., has come under fire after being accused of feeding white children first while all the Black children had to wait to eat. The controversy started after the father of one of the Black children said he checked in on his two-year-old via live stream video and noticed the incident he described as disturbing and discriminatory.