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Rancho volleyball team hopes togetherness translates to success

Rancho’s Ryan Hafen and Lamont Traylor each played an integral part in helping the boys basketball team make its first playoff apperance in nine years in February. Now the two are looking to use that experience to help the Rams’ volleyball team advance past the opening round of playoffs for the first time in five years on Tuesday.

UNLV men’s golf makes record 27th straight NCAA Regional

The UNLV men’s golf team will make its 27th straight appearance in a NCAA Regional, an NCAA record for most consecutive appearances. The Rebels will be the sixth seed at the regional played at The Sagamore Club in Noblesville, Ind., beginning Thursday.

Entertainment

Business

Top Rank lawyers review piracy issues over megafight streaming

The Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao welterweight championship fight on Saturday in Las Vegas was expected to generate 3 to 4 million pay-per-view buys at nearly $100 each, but thousands also watched the boxing match for free thanks to Twitter’s video-streaming app, Periscope. Lawyers for Las Vegas-based Top Rank, the fight’s co-promoter, were looking into the alleged piracy Monday.

BLM poised to take bids on nearly 600 acres of valley land

The local economy is growing, and builders need land. They’ll have their chance to snap up some bargains at a Bureau of Land Management auction on Tuesday, when the agency will take bids on nearly 600 acres of land across the Las Vegas Valley.

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Opinion

EDITORIAL: College debt a looming threat

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York says the total amount of U.S. student loan debt has quintupled since 2004, surpassing both credit card and auto loan debt as the single biggest nonhousing liability in the country. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau compares the student loan industry to the subprime mortgage market prior to the explosion of the housing bubble and warns that such an unsustainable amount of debt will severely limit the ability of young Americans to buy homes, create businesses and save for retirement.

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