‘Showstoppers’ dazzles on opening night

Steve Wynn was over the moon after Saturday’s opening night of “Showstoppers,” describing his salute to Broadway as “the most fun I’ve ever had.” Judging from the strong audience feedback, his best-of-Broadway format is a welcome addition to the entertainment community.

5 purchases you should never put on a debit card

When at the checkout line and a clerk asks, “debit or credit?” I have only one answer: credit. There are a number of reasons I never make debit card purchases — security, peace of mind, rewards — but perhaps the biggest reason is that I’ve learned how to use my credit card like a debit card.

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Man to face jury in fatal road rage shooting

A Las Vegas judge ruled Monday that prosecutors had enough evidence against a 30-year-old man charged with murder in a road rage shooting last month to take the case to a jury.


Ex-Clemson QB arrested after gun threats

Chad Kelly, a former Clemson quarterback and current Ole Miss signee who is the nephew of Buffalo Bills great Jim Kelly, faces numerous charges after an altercation at a downtown Buffalo, N.Y., bar.



10 weirdest ways to use your HSA dollars

Aside from doctor’s office visits, prescriptions and the like, we don’t tend to hear too much about what else qualifies as an HSA-OK medical expense. Do you have an HSA and want to start putting your savings to good use? Scroll through this list to find out what you can use those funds for.

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EDITORIAL: State GOP infighting

The story of Nevada’s Assembly Republican caucus is something between soap opera and slapstick. Amid the betrayal and mistrust are too many self-inflicted blows to the groin to count.



Grant helps expand childhood cancer follow-up care at clinic

The Children’s Specialty Center provides treatment to children with blood disorders and cancer regardless of their ability to pay for services. A recent grant from the nonprofit St. Baldrick’s Foundation awarded $245,000 to the center to expand its Long-Term Follow-Up Clinic, which provides follow-up care for childhood cancer survivors up to age 40.