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Retailers upstage Black Friday by opening doors on holiday

Here’s how the “holiday” went for Abraham Lopez: Open the Fun Loom kiosk at the Las Vegas Premium Outlets North at 9 a.m., get off at 2 p.m. to spend time with the family in Las Vegas, then back to work at midnight until who knows when.

EDITORIAL: A drive that saves lives

Everyone’s busy this time of year. The shopping, the partying, the traveling. The calendar makers certainly did us no favors this year by putting only 26 days between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

EDITORIAL: Impressive food drives

With so many charitable efforts under way to help Southern Nevada’s neediest residents, there isn’t enough space in this newspaper to properly recognize them all.

EDITORIAL: Judging disgraced judge

Disgraced Family Court Judge Steven Jones has some serious chutzpah. He has tried every legal maneuver imaginable to delay his hearing next week before the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline, which is looking into his romantic relationship with a prosecutor who appeared before him.

Adams, UCLA thrive in relaxed atmosphere

Jordan Adams was back in town Thursday, leading the 19th-ranked UCLA Bruins to an easy 105-84 win over UNR in the third round of the Las Vegas Invitational at Orleans Arena.

Betting contest leader takes a bad beat

Even the hottest handicappers sometimes take the worst of it, as Richie Baccellieri knows after recently being struck by poor luck.

Weekend races provide chances for Eclipse redemption

There is a natural pause in horse racing after the hectic 14-race Breeders’ Cup four weeks ago. Many Eclipse Awards were won and lost. Many horseplayer bankrolls ballooned or got deflated.

Superstar designer has eyes on Macau

It was only a matter of time before hotel developer Steve Wynn and superstar event designer Preston Bailey teamed up on an epic project.

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