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Sharps rewarded for backing Dolphins

Even when the odds are against Tom Brady, we expect him to succeed. He captains comebacks like no other quarterback in the NFL. So we expect him to succeed especially when the odds are against him.

UNLV stadium consultant says the value of the venue is key to a deal

Back in the 1990s, when sweetheart stadium deals allowed palatial venues to be built mostly with public dollars, stadium consultant Mark Rosentraub was among a cadre of college professors who called out teams and cities for fleecing the public.

Interior secretary lauds Las Vegas water chief Mulroy

She wasn’t there to hear it, but outgoing Southern Nevada Water Authority chief Pat Mulroy got a warm send-off Friday from Interior Secretary Sally Jewell at the annual meeting of the Colorado River Water Users Association at Caesars Palace.

EDITORIAL: Free our land

The state’s campaign to wrest control of massive stretches of land from the federal government is under way, thanks to the opportunity created by this year’s passage of Assembly Bill 227.

For full-body conditioning, in thrusters you’ll trust

Squats and shoulder presses are hard enough when done as isolated movements. Let’s see what happens when we combine them into one movement, the thruster. The results may surprise you.

Investigation: more than 1,000 Rawson-Neal patients bused out of Nevada

Nevada’s primary hospital for mentally ill people has bused hundreds of patients out of Las Vegas in recent years, with crime and tragedy often resulting in cities across the country, The Sacramento Bee reported Sunday.

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