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51s lose at Omaha on two-run homer in eighth inning

Brian Bocock hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning to give the Omaha Storm Chasers a 3-2 Pacific Coast League victory over the 51s on Saturday night in Papillion, Neb.

Day of rest for many UNLV players

UNLV football coach Bobby Hauck is going easy on many of his top players. For now anyway. Some hard days remain, and Hauck wants them ready.

We need a bigger president

If world events become yardsticks for greatness in leaders — big Abraham Lincoln sought to end slavery while little Stephen A. Douglas sought to accommodate it — then the rapid rise of worldwide Islamic terrorism leaves little doubt as to the Lilliputian stature of Barack Obama.

EDITORIAL: Campus sex assault bill flattens due process

America’s college campuses have long displayed contempt for the First and Second Amendments of the U.S. Constitution. Now Congress is prepared to pass legislation that tramples students’ Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights as well.

Power, speed await Mountain Ridge

Mountain Ridge Little League has a challenge ahead of them on Sunday when they play the team from Chicago.

Is life insurance needed in retirement?

Here are some different points to consider that can help you determine if you still need life insurance in retirement.

Perry not the first 2016 presidential hopeful facing trouble

As they form exploratory committees, consider the grueling prospect of a national campaign with their families and begin hiring staff in key presidential battleground states, three potential Republican White House candidates also face the distraction of legal troubles back at home.

Before Hsieh, Binion defined downtown Las Vegas

Jackie Gaughan owned more casinos, and Steve Wynn used a Fremont Street address to the best advantage, but it was Benny Binion who dominated Glitter Gulch for half a century.

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