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Welterweight foes train in close quarters

Usually, fighters will segregate themselves from their opponents while they train to do battle. So it was somewhat strange to be at Barry’s Boxing on Wednesday and see Kell Brook inside the ring hitting the mitts while no less than 30 feet away stood Shawn Porter, shadow-boxing in front of a mirror.

Court win over NCAA emotional for O’Bannon

He was doing fine, talking about his victory over the NCAA, how thousands of future student-athletes will benefit from a judge’s decision Friday and how he was OK with not making a dime off a landmark case that made American sports history.

Lois Lerner’s salty language

If you want government to live up to the ideals under which this country was formed, you’re going to be called names.

To get doctors, improve residencies

What’s the first order of business in improving Nevada’s health care system?

EDITORIAL: Teacher shortage

The Clark County School District’s growing enrollment and pursuit of smaller class sizes has led to a familiar problem — a shortage of licensed educators.

EDITORIAL: Tanks for nothing

Somebody pass out the helmets. A dispute over who created one of the most famous and effective presidential campaign advertisements in recent history is getting nasty.

Thus endeth the lesson

In late May 2013, news spread like wildfire through the Legislative Building that one-time power broker Harvey Whittemore had been convicted of making illegal campaign contributions to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

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