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Whittemore campaign contribution trial delayed

The federal trial of former power broker Harvey Whittemore, charged in a scheme to unlawfully funnel $138,000 in campaign contributions to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, has been put off until April 9.

Las Vegas edges closer to first taxi drivers strike in decades

Las Vegas has moved a step closer to its first taxi drivers’ strike in decades after drivers resoundingly rejected a second contract offer from Yellow Checker Star Transportation.

Tortoise center wants out of the shelter business

After years of taking in people’s unwanted pets, the Desert Tortoise Conservation Center at the valley’s southwestern edge is desperately trying to get out of the shelter business.

Redrawing school lines to ease crowding wins tepid support

Despite a zoning commission unanimously recommending new attendance boundaries Tuesday that would shuffle 2,400 students among 20 southwest Las Vegas elementary schools, some members preferred no zoning changes at all to alleviate crowding.

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