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Archive for September 9, 2006

LOOKING IN ON: SOCCER
Lazio at AC Milan, Sunday
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Like father like son for Gorman soccer
Before Victor Arbelaez Sr. was wheeled into the operating room at UCLA Medical Center, he had one request of the oldest of his three children.
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FLASHPOINT for Sep 09, 2006
Talk about an uncomfortable situation just made more uncomfortable. But you could see it coming as soon as those unions filed the lawsuit alleging Commissioner Lynette Boggs McDonald should be taken off the ballot because ...
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Editorial: Bad news comes in threes
The reports released Wednesday reveal that a lack of planning and oversight still exist among the agencies charged with rebuilding the hurricane-ravaged areas and devising protections against all types of disasters in the future.
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Editorial: The rules of engagement
The old manual addressed the Geneva Conventions, which provided guidelines for uniformed enemies captured on battlefields and for captured enemies presumed to be members of traditional fighting forces.
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Letter: Wishing Agassi well in next stage of his life
As a past Las Vegas resident, I knew well of his philanthropic ventures with children and the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation. He is to be congratulated on being a true hero, an outstanding role model, ...
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Letter: For children's sake, restrict smoking
It was interesting reading the Sept. 3 article, "Casinos no place for kids." Though there are some activities that are perfectly fine for children, we were glad that we were vacationing in Las Vegas without ...
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Editorial: Another 'vicious circle'
The news on methane followed a separate study released a few months ago in the journal Science, which reported that the amount of carbon dioxide - the gas more typically associated with global warming - ...
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Destination Macau
MACAU - When Macau officials decided to end the casino monopoly of Chinese gambling mogul Stanley Ho, they looked to Las Vegas.
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Israel no longer in Palestinian's sights
Of all the people who travel the national lecture circuit, Walid Shoebat stands apart.
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Korean Air's Asian routes could make LV flights work
SEOUL, South Korea - Korean Air is about to embark on a new mission - delivering Chinese tourists nonstop from this capital city to Las Vegas.
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Stomach bug slows Carter's campaign
Jack Carter, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, has fallen ill with a stomach ailment that has landed him in Summerlin Hospital.
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