CRISTINA SILVALAS VEGAS (AP) â¿¿ The Las Vegas Strip, with its fatal bar brawls, sticky sidewalks and pushy panhandlers, is in dire need of a public safety makeover, according to casino executives and government leaders who want to use surveillance cameras, an increased police presence and regular street cleanings to improve the image of Nevada's adult playground.
Casino Leaders Call For More Security On The Strip
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