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Las Vegas mayoral hopefuls sprint to finish

Candidates for Las Vegas mayor hit the streets and the phone lines over the weekend, searching for the final votes that could keep them in the race after Tuesday’s primary.

Missing digit turns into simple math (Animatronics Technician)

Since I entered therapy last year, I no longer give anyone the finger. But today it’s my job. Atlas has shed the middle digit of his left hand. He’s the nine-foot animatronic star of “Fall of Atlantis.”

Rattlesnakes attract attention at Great Basin National Park

When the weather warms and the snow begins to melt in a month or two, rattlesnakes will emerge from their communal dens at Great Basin National Park and slither forth to forage and mate.

Las Vegas marijuana co-operatives face legal hurdles

The number of people registering for the Nevada Medical Marijuana Program is skyrocketing as federal and local law enforcement raid storefronts for allegedly distributing cannabis illegally. A proposal pending in the 2011 Nevada Legislature is drawing support and criticism on the still-taboo subject.

Depp, Cyrus win but avoid slime at Kids’ Choice

Johnny Depp showed his appreciation for his Kids’ Choice Award with a sliming. After earning the blimp-shaped favorite movie actor trophy for his Mad Hatter role in “Alice in Wonderland,” Depp manned a hose and unleashed waves of green goop on the screaming crowd of more than 10,000 kids — and a few adults. “You guys are the future,” he said Saturday before spraying the slime inside University of Southern California’s Galen Center. “Take good care of us.”

Crowd boos Sheen during his first leg of stage tour in Detroit

Charlie Sheen and his “goddesses” took the stage to thunderous applause Saturday night for the first leg of his “Torpedo of Truth” tour in Detroit. The 70-minute show hadn’t even ended when the first reviews were in, and they were brutal. The capacity crowd at the 5,100-seat Fox Theatre rebelled before he left the stage, chanting “refund!” and walking out in droves.

UConn to battle Butler for title

Butler will have to go through the big, bad Big East for the national title. The Bulldogs will face third-seeded Connecticut, another one of college basketball’s bluebloods, on Monday night as it tries to make up for last year’s last-second heartbreak against Duke.

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