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Taurasi shoots from lip with cheeky antics

It was Friday morning at Cox Pavilion, and USA Basketball women’s national team mini-camp practice was winding down — or so I thought — when Diana Taurasi walked out as I was walking in. Taurasi apparently had some sort of business to attend to in the tunnel linking Cox Pavilion to the Thomas & Mack Center.

Arbor View girls relish return to postseason

Arbor View’s girls tennis team wasn’t exactly riding a hot streak into this season. The Aggies hadn’t made the postseason as a team since 2008 and were coming off a two-win season that was best forgotten.

Rice lets turbulence roll off back

Amid the chaos, Dave Rice remained calm. And that would surprise absolutely no one who knows or has observed the UNLV basketball coach the past two years.

Boats roll on Strip to protest Lake Mead closure

Tourists stared and pointed, phones were fished out of pockets and purses and drivers laid on their horns as several dozen boats rolled along the Strip early Sunday evening.

State treasurer race draws faces that should be familiar

Even after seven years as state controller, Kim Wallin hardly is someone who comes up in conversations around the dining room table. And Dan Schwartz? That’s a name even fewer people could identify.

Global Gaming Expo shows growth as industry deals with many issues

Although most might think the gaming business is confined to the borders of Nevada and New Jersey, the commercial casino industry consists of 513 casinos in 23 states, with 34 percent of the total U.S. population visiting a casino last year.

Former state senator upset over state actions on annuities complaint

Las Vegas resident and former state Sen. Bob Ryan thought he had a sweet retirement mapped out for himself and his family when he invested all his savings in complex financial instruments recommended by a trusted investment adviser.

Adaptation’s comedy sticks to Bard’s intent

The case of mistaken identities as entertainment has been around for, well, as long as entertainment has been around.

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