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Archive for May 3, 2006

Jon Ralston takes a look back at 1994 to gauge the possibility that the balance of power will shift after this year's November elections
Bilbray was a lock for re-election, facing some unknown veterinarian. The Democrats held 29 of the 42 Assembly seats. No one thought it possible.
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TAKE FIVE: ama supercross finals
When: 7 p.m. Saturday
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Jeff Haney is betting that an upcoming two-week tournament will return Binion's to prominence on professional poker tour
But organizers have ambitious plans for the 14-day tournament, which debuts next week at Binion's downtown.
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THE ELEVATOR
GOING UP
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Phone system to help traffic violators pay faster
The system, which allows people to make full or partial payments or schedule a new court date, is expected to ease congestion that has frustrated people trying to take care of their traffic tickets.
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Secada returns again to his roots
Secada, who will perform at Caesars Palace on Saturday, has announced he will be a celebrity judge on the Latin American version of "American Idol."
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Postcards from the edge
Photographer Jonnie Andersen has another story to tell. Same city. Same sights. But from a vastly different angle.
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FLASHPOINT for May 03, 2006
FLASHPOINT for May 03, 2006
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Owner is tearing down eyesore homeless haven
Alpine Court, a former doctor and dentist office complex near Decatur and Charleston boulevards, was abandoned by everyone but the homeless more than four years ago.
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Editorial: Elma who? earned her due
Elma Gardner "Pem" Farnsworth was 98 when she died Thursday at a care center. For all of her adult life she was far too little known for the magnitude of the accomplishment she helped bring ...
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Editorial: No reprieve from trash cost
We cannot sympathize with their alleged plight from either practical or legal points of view.
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Letter: Gauging real cost from budget deficit
Walker is quoted as stating in a briefing that the $760 billion accrual deficit (the accrual deficit for 2005) "amounts to $156,000 for every man, woman and child in America." The $760 billion itself amounts ...
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Letter: One response to May Day participants
It might be an attention-getter.
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Letter: Outsider exploiting 'Nuestro Himno'
First, I must agree that complaints are likely to give this new recording more publicity than it would normally garner.
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Letter: Big oil companies not the bad guys
We have all seen the headlines and TV news teasers - huge profits, record profits, price gouging!
7:39 a.m.
Editorial: Imperial presidency is alive
The Constitution directs presidents to execute laws, but in these 750 cases, as The Boston Globe reported Sunday in an in-depth story on this little-known practice, Bush's statements signal he may instead disobey them. The ...
7:39 a.m.
Immigrants celebrate 'this historic moment'
Spanish-language radio DJs blustered about "this historic moment."
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UNLV search is a question of privacy
Imagine applying for a job elsewhere - and not only does your boss immediately learn of it, but everything you say, and is said about you, during the interview process is made public.
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