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Guerrero set to challenge unbeaten Mayweather for title

From the outset of the promotion in early March, Robert Guerrero has said that God had a plan for him to face Floyd Mayweather Jr. and hand Mayweather his first loss as a professional.

Quick-acting brothers save autistic sibling from burning trailer

Pungent smoke filled Draven Avila’s lungs, waking him before dawn Tuesday. What he saw next, flames consuming the top of his double-wide trailer home, sparked the 16-year-old into action.

$200,000 teachers

Nevada’s schools desperately need more competition. That competition must go beyond school choice and into the unionized teaching profession, which has long been locked into an industrial-era wage scale that ignores performance.

To save tortoises, limit procreation?

The Mojave Desert tortoise is listed by the federal government as a “threatened” species, which allows environmentalists and their government allies to impose restrictions on land use in Southern Nevada, supposedly to protect the reptile’s delicate wild habitat.

This Workers’ Day, celebrate immigrants

Securing the right of working Americans has been a long, unfinished road. In the centuries and decades that have preceded us, we have seen the voices of an initial few benefit the lives of all. From child labor standards to basic working conditions, we have made incredible progress for working families — progress we should be proud of.

South Point to roll big with $30 million bowling center

South Point cemented Las Vegas’ position as a major U.S. bowling hub by unveiling plans Tuesday for a $30 million tournament center that will host seven major league events under a 12-year deal with the sport’s governing body.

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