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Democrats warn of job losses if highway bill dies

More than 13,000 jobs would be at risk in Nevada, and 1.8 million nationwide, if Congress doesn’t extend a highway and mass transit law before it expires Sept. 30, Senate Democrats said Thursday.

Marshall rips Obama’s economic strategy

Democratic congressional candidate Kate Marshall on Thursday criticized the Obama administration’s $787 billion stimulus package and its continuation of bank bailouts, saying the measures didn’t create enough jobs or hold companies and other recipients accountable for the funds received.

Bus contract dispute headed to court

The Regional Transportation Commission voted Thursday to oppose a lawsuit filed by First Transit last month, sending the case directly to District Court, where a hearing has been set for Sept. 16. First Transit takes issue with the board rescinding a $600 million contract awarded to the company.

Fire destroys North Las Vegas home

A North Las Vegas home and car were destroyed and a second home was damaged in a Thursday afternoon blaze.

Judge delays unsealing Adelson security lawsuit

A federal judge said he needs more information before deciding whether to unseal documents in a case filed by a security team that protects the family of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson.

UNLV unable to halt surge by No. 11 Badgers in 2011 opener

MADISON, Wis. — The score was already lopsided, the chance to win nearly nil, but UNLV at least appeared to be building something positive late in the second quarter.

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