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Steve Wynn remains cheerleader for Raiders move to LV

Nevada gaming regulators may be trying to figuratively take away Steve Wynn’s keys to Sin City, but that hasn’t soured Wynn on the gaming...

Ford settles with T-Mobile, withdraws from lawsuit

Nevada is the latest state to pull out of a lawsuit to stop a $26.5 billion merger between Sprint and T-Mobile. Seventeen attorneys general were...

Foundations of gaming legends to fund UNLV medical school building

Private donations of $155 million, mostly from the Engelstad Foundation and the Lincy Foundation, will fund construction of UNLV’s medical school building.  The Engelstad Foundation...

Labor steps up pressure on American Airlines, catering companies

Airline catering employees at 17 U.S. airports, including McCarran International in Las Vegas, are demonstrating this week demanding American Airlines pressure its catering companies...
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Study examines how people of color get stuck with higher energy bills

Neighborhoods with more people of color spend a much larger percentage of their income on energy bills than the average white family, according to...
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Titus endorses Biden

Saying he is "in the best position to beat Donald Trump," Nevada Rep. Dina Titus announced on CNN Monday that she has endorsed Joe...

Notes on “a domestic political errand”

(The following originally appeared over the last two weeks in the Daily Current newsletter, which you can sign up for here).Nov. 14, the morning...

Metro cop ‘tight with the sheriff’ arrested for allegedly soliciting child prostitution

Kirk Hooten, a detective with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police as of 2018, faces a Justice Court hearing Monday on one felony charge of...
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100% by 2050: Dozens of U.S. House Democrats introduce climate bill

WASHINGTON — Legislation was introduced in the U.S. House this week that would commit the United States to achieve a 100 percent clean energy...

Grieving mothers to walk Strip demanding mental health education

The real faces of the opioid addiction will be on display Friday at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip. “We have eight banners...



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