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EDITORIAL: Nevada drone testing

Speaking of emerging commerce, Nevada’s fledgling unmanned aerial vehicle industry took another important step forward last week when the Federal Aviation Administration approved a two-year certificate of authorization for drone testing and announced the first such flight would take place this summer.

EDITORIAL: Henderson on right path, but don’t over-regulate medical marijuana

Henderson is taking the high road in licensing medical marijuana dispensaries. Rather than pick favorites at the outset of the process, the city proposes to screen license applicants based on defined suitability criteria, then forward them to state regulators for evaluation.

Gigabit fiber Internet a boon for Las Vegas Valley

Our state sits at a critical juncture in which leaders at all levels must make a serious commitment to economic diversification. Nevada has a wealth of assets to help foster this diversity, one of which is the tech community that has built a successful foundation in Las Vegas over the past decade.

Jeff Bridges works with Gov. Sandoval to feed low-income kids

Making sure kids eat properly during summer is not some abstract political football. It’s a real problem. Jeff Bridges doesn’t even live in Vegas. But he understands what’s at stake and refuses to do nothing.

World Cup betting: Belgium’s golden generation

Las Vegas Review-Journal sports writers Adam Hill and David Schoen have been given $5,000 fantasy bankrolls to bet during the World Cup on either sides, totals or props. Below are their bets for today, with an explanation of their picks:

Clark County School District sued as it moves to consolidate employee health insurance

Clark County School District officials on a quest for one health plan to serve all 30,000 employees on Monday received a consultant’s $158,350 analysis on how to leverage its status as the state’s largest employer. But a lawsuit filed May 29 in District Court may throw a wrench into the works.

Donkey befriends depressed zoo rhino

Animals in Georgia’s Tbilisi Zoo are not allowed to be lonely, even if it means they end up with rather unusual companions. After the death of one rhino’s mate, she discovered friendship in an unusual place.

UFC’s White: NAC will ‘bury’ Silva

What looked to be one of the most heavily anticipated meetings of the Nevada Athletic Commission in quite some time has lost some of its luster.

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