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McCarran monthly passenger traffic soars 8.9 percent over ‘15

Riding a larger-than-normal February due to Leap Year and a robust convention month, McCarran International Airport reported an 8.9 percent increase in passenger traffic last month over February 2015.

How to legally ‘cheat’ your tax bracket

Your tax rate is determined by the amount of income you earn. But if you can use deductions to chip away at that income until you’re in a lower tax bracket, you might be much richer come April.

Some judges reversed more than others

U.S. District Judge Robert Clive Jones is the most reversed federal judge in Nevada, so the obvious question is: Who is the least reversed? Presumably one who doesn’t let personal beliefs override the law when it comes to making legal decisions.

 
North Carolina approves bill to prevent cities, counties from passing own anti-discrimination rules

North Carolina legislators decided to rein in local governments by approving a bill Wednesday that prevents cities and counties from passing their own anti-discrimination rules. Gov. Pat McCrory later signed the legislation, which dealt a blow to the LGBT movement after success with protections in cities across the country.

 
Official link Brussels, Paris terrorist attacks

As police hunted for the surviving Brussels bomber, evidence mounted Wednesday that the same Islamic State cell carried out the attacks in both Paris and Brussels, and that the militants may have launched this week’s slaughter in haste because they feared authorities were closing in on them.

 
‘Batman v Superman’ is not a good movie

There really are no winners in “Batman v Superman.” That includes moviegoers looking for anything resembling a good time.

Two hospitalized after two-car crash

Two people were hospitalized after a two-vehicle crash in the northwest valley Wednesday afternoon, Las Vegas police said.

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