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EDITORIAL: Porn law’s unintended consequences

One of the most easily foreseeable consequences of Los Angeles County’s new ordinance requiring porn actors to wear condoms was the flight of the industry to other jurisdictions, either across the county line, state boundaries or even international borders.

UNLV a second home for Polynesian players

UNLV has long recruited Polynesian football players, and there are 15 Rebels with Polynesian or Hawaiian ties on the current roster.

Robin Williams was always looking for the punchline in a comically tragic world

It was springtime in 2008, and Robin Williams was informing me he had new genital jokes to sharpen in Vegas — “Those are always good to test out” — and then, manic and sharp, he told me many jokes about his addictions at the time: video games, politics, and making people laugh.

Troubled Family Services workers ‘Ask Lisa Why’

The latest bid by Clark County Family Services employees to draw attention to safety concerns and problems in the agency was a flier aimed at the department director called “Ask Lisa Why…” But efforts to get Lisa Ruiz-Lee’s attention go back to at least December, according to an employee and union officials.

Nevada regent pushes UNLV stadium dome

Regent James Dean Leavitt has asked acting university president Don Snyder to consider the option of adding a dome in the future if the panel picks an open-air stadium as its recommendation for the UNLV campus.

1 dies in southeast valley crash

At least one person is dead after a fatal crash in the southeast valley, Las Vegas police said. The crash happened at 2:38 p.m. near Russell Road and Annie Oakley Drive.

2 die in domestic violence confrontation

Two people are dead after a domestic violence confrontation and a home invasion, according to Las Vegas police. Metro supervisor Lt. Dave Valenta said the situation, possibly over a custody disagreement, occurred about 3 p.m. on Monday.

Pelosi stumps for Dems at Vegas union convention

In Las Vegas, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Monday urged steelworkers to vote for Democrats Nov. 4 to ensure the Senate stays in the party’s hands and to offer a long-shot chance to take over the House.

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