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Archive for June 9, 2006

Five Burning Questions
Chicago, playing its fifth consecutive road game, played its way into the championship game despite sporting a dismal 5-9 record six weeks ago. It is Chicago's first ArenaBowl appearance after losing in the conference championship ...
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Jeff Haney gets wise to public betting trends forming at sports book windows for the 2006 World Cup, where the United States and Iran have been hot picks
On one side are recreational gamblers, sports fans looking to make the game a little more interesting by placing a wager. They traditionally bet favorites and popular, so-called "public," teams.
7:45 a.m.
Q+A: Bruce Mertz
Bruce Mertz got a kick out of hearing that two NBA teams, Dallas and Miami, will be making their first appearances in a championship series against each other.
7:44 a.m.
Now showing, Martin Mull
Martin Mull is standing outside the Las Vegas Art Museum, smoking a cigarette, when a bright-eyed woman carrying a bag of books to the neighboring library stops and asks, "Are you who I think you ...
7:44 a.m.
Temperance play premieres at Asylum
Titled "The Devil, the Damsel and Demon Rum," Asylum bypassed an adaptation by Irish playwright Tom Murphy in favor of a collaboration by local lyricist Mike Corda, the late Raymond Hull and Sarah O'Connell, the ...
7:44 a.m.
FLASHPOINT for Jun 09, 2006
FLASHPOINT for Jun 09, 2006
7:44 a.m.
Jon Ralston on the embarrassing state of Nevada's judicial system
For the local judicial system. For the valley's media. And for Southern Nevada.
7:43 a.m.
Editorial: Complaints stacking up
According to a Las Vegas Sun story Wednesday, the ombudsman's office in the state Real Estate Division is taking months to resolve issues between residents and homeowners associations - if the cases are resolved at ...
7:43 a.m.
Editorial: DUI checkpoints save lives
The American Beverage Association, however, has long opposed the checkpoints on the grounds that restaurants and bars will lose business because people will be so scared of checkpoints they won't stop for a beer after ...
7:43 a.m.
Letter: Use of escrow could solve rent dispute
One possible approach, when a tenant has complained of a significant problem that remains uncorrected as of a rent-payment date, would be to deposit the rent into an escrow account, controlled by the local government ...
7:43 a.m.
Letter: Smokers have no right to kill nonsmokers
For 20 years I was one of those smoke inhalers. I quit cold turkey after a close friend and fellow smoker died from lung cancer. I had a chest X-ray after I quit and was ...
7:43 a.m.
Letter: House immigration bill is lesser of evils
First of all, I agree with Mr. Conner when he says that illegal immigration is a crime. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out. The 11 million to 12 million illegal immigrants ...
7:42 a.m.
Editorial: Better chance now for Iraq
For all of al-Zarqawi's past atrocities, including beheadings, roadside bomb attacks and mass executions, and for all of the violence and hate he was preparing to unleash in the future, we are glad that those ...
7:42 a.m.
John Katsilometes gears up for CineVegas, which honors Sly Stallone (among others) at the Palms' Brenden Theatres
"We're paying tribute to that anniversary and to Sly as a superstar of film, someone who has a huge box-office pull," CineVegas Director of Programming Trevor Groth said Thursday. "People might wonder why we're honoring ...
7:42 a.m.
Teacher's emotional last day
"I had to tell the kids, 'Don't say anything, because I'll lose it,' " said Peters, who's wrapping up a 36-year teaching career - all at Bridger.
7:42 a.m.
Facing a shortage of funds for roads
Nevada faces a $3.8 billion shortfall in highway funding, leaving Southern Nevadans facing an unpleasant choice: higher taxes or gridlock on most major Las Vegas Valley freeways within a decade.
7:42 a.m.
Tests can mean extra income, new cures
Like many people, the 40-year-old Las Vegan had heard the ads promising hundreds or even thousands of dollars for people willing to take part in medical research. He admits to some reservations:
7:41 a.m.
LV blogger exposes hoax
Taylor Marsh, a local blogger at taylormarsh.com, found the story suspicious. She began digging and soon, thanks to her reporting, the whole thing unraveled. The former Broadway actress, artist and talk-radio dabbler, working on her ...
7:41 a.m.
Liberal view grows online
After news broke last week that Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid had accepted free ringside boxing tickets from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, a Web site immediately attacked the reporting.
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