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Archive for June 25, 2007

Jeff Haney on why the gaming world lost out when professional sports handicapper Fezzik decided that dealing with the message board critics wasn't worth the effort
It certainly seemed that way last week when Las Vegas professional gambler Fezzik shut down his eponymous sports betting Web site, citing his frustration with personal attacks on his online message board and a general ...
7:20 a.m.
Hatton knocks wind out of Castillo's career
Sometimes, the nuance of a particular phrase becomes lost in translation.
7:19 a.m.
Not to bring down Angel, but ...
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The next big thing
Forget about being the Entertainment Capital of the World, Las Vegas seems to be aiming to become the Entertainment Capital of the Universe.
7:19 a.m.
Editorial: A shortsighted president
Rather than allowing valuable research to move forward using tiny clusters of cells that provide the foundation for - but are not, in actuality - human life, Bush stopped in its tracks federally funded and ...
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Editorial: The ugly side of secrecy
Documents released by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, chaired by Rep. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., say that for four years Cheney has refused to cooperate with inquiries by the National Archives Information Security ...
7:19 a.m.
Letter: Nevada veterans are getting short shrift
Our returning troops from Iraq and Afghanistan are suffering seven casualties for every fatality. This is more than double the rate in previous wars. The rate of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is now one out ...
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Letter: Clergy by no means oversteps its bounds
I would simply like to state that so far as expressing their political opinions in public, without speaking from a "bully pulpit," I see nothing wrong in the clergy, men and women of God, doing ...
7:18 a.m.
Letter: Don't overlook huge cost of 'amnesty' bill
It seems to me that implementation of the amnesty bill would require a cost and bureaucracy every bit as huge as a round-up approach. Further, I think that the amnesty bill would hope for, if ...
7:18 a.m.
Editorial: Overseeing overtime
A story by the Las Vegas Sun on Friday reports that Bob Chinn, deputy chief in charge of homeland security, has been demoted to captain and will be reassigned to head Metro's McCarran International Airport ...
7:18 a.m.
Convention Crashing: International Billiard Home & Recreation Expo
Perhaps, like many Americans, you have a mate.
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In private, they screen judges, and their power could grow
An obscure state agency called the Commission on Judicial Selection could wield more influence if Nevada changes the way it selects judges.
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Skin cancer experts join Nevada team
Nevada Cancer Institute, in a quest to land top-drawer oncologists, has landed two skin cancer experts to form the core of its new melanoma research team.
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Metro goes gangbusters
The changing face of gang culture has found Metro Police using new tactics. They're getting to know their gangsters.
7:17 a.m.
Henderson entertains itself
When you're running an outdoor venue in Henderson tucked between a police station and a Cheesecake Factory, it's tough to compete with the Entertainment Capital of the World.
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