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Archive for November 10, 2006

Defensively, he sets the tone
What: UNLV vs. Hawaii men's basketball
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LOOKING IN ON: BOXING
Laila Ali, the most prominent fighter in women's boxing, will make her Madison Square Garden debut Saturday night before a crowd expected to include her father, one of the most famous figures in the history ...
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LOOKING IN ON: ENTERTAINMENT
It's the British Invasion redux.
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John Katsilometes rocks to Prince, who gave a brief preview of his show at the Rio
And on a night when members of the local media were invited to check him out, he made but one comment from the stage: "We want to see you here every weekend." Then he lofted ...
6:56 a.m.
Next best thing to a live show
Can't make it to the Rolling Stones concert Saturday at MGM Grand Arena? How about something a little more, well, intimate?
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FLASHPOINT for Nov 10, 2006
Richard Nixon returned to City Hall on Thursday in front of a large group of kids. Yes, Mayor Oscar Goodman, minus Tricky Dick's 5 o'clock shadow, told the youngsters the following: "I feel the media ...
6:55 a.m.
Jon Ralston tells us about his conversation with Chrissy Mazzeo
The grotesquerie of the Friday the 13th incident has not captivated me as it has so many. But because Mazzeo reached out to me this week, and because Metro continues to probe the case against ...
6:55 a.m.
Editorial: America loses a storyteller
Bradley cut his teeth covering international issues and the Vietnam War before joining CBS' "60 Minutes" team in 1981. He was hired to replace Dan Rather, who that year replaced Walter Cronkite as anchor of ...
6:55 a.m.
Editorial: Bridging a culture divide
In a ballot booth showdown in what has been thought of as anti-abortion South Dakota, voters rejected a new state law that sought to ban all abortions except to save the woman's life. In Kansas, ...
6:55 a.m.
Letter: Bit by bit, smokers' rights being taken away
When I have gone to these establishments, I haven't seen one child. And if I did, I wouldn't go in anyway. I love the smoking section in restaurants - there are no screaming children there.
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Letter: Finally, something turned out right
Of course, we all know this was not Rummy's reason for resigning. He had become an albatross around Bush's neck. But at least he is gone. But lest we forget, we still have two more ...
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Letter: Voters clear the air with Question 5
Very few bars have made any effort to ventilate their buildings to protect the nonsmoking gamblers and drinkers. As a lifelong nonsmoker, I will be happy to spend more time at the local bar that ...
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Editorial: People's vote hijacked
It's also not the way the state, or the country, was set up. The United States is a representative democracy, meaning we vote for the people who make the decisions and we trust them to ...
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Low wage earners see two wins
Click here for a printable graphic.
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Dina not nearly done
By Michael J. Mishak, Las Vegas Sun
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Titus calls for outside probe of Gibbons case
Saying the "credibility of the whole case is shot," state Sen. Dina Titus on Thursday called for an independent investigation into allegations that Republican Gov.-elect Jim Gibbons assaulted a woman and tried to force himself ...
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For some, voice was like fingernails on a chalkboard
For some people it's hip-hop. For others it's country music. The first few notes have them harrumphing before changing the channel.
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Those who crossed labor were voted out of office
In the Culinary Union's headquarters just north of the Strip, there is a room with a placard saying "War Room" next to the door.
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Highlights of September 2006 revenue report on Nevada casinos
-STATEWIDE: $985 million win, down 2.7 percent.
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