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“What I do know is that we created one of the greatest college savings plans in the country. It was balanced to the penny when I left office.”

Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, left, pleading not guilty Tuesday to felony charges that he mishandled state funds while serving as state treasurer. Mr. Krolicki has characterized the prosecution — by Democratic attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto — as politically motivated.

“I want you to know something in your heart. I did not mean to shoot any cops. … I’m not a vendetta cop-killer.”

Emmanuel Dozier, arrested on charges of attempted murder after a shoot out with Las Vegas police at his Seven Hills home in Henderson last Sunday, Dec. 28. A lawyer for Dozier’s girlfriend, Belinda Saavedra, says her client dialed 911 during the police raid, believing it was a home invasion. THOUGH Mr. DOZIER WAS SUSPECTED OF COCAINE TRAFFICKING, No cocaine was found in the home.

“In light of our current worldwide recession, I believe strongly that these efforts are a waste of taxpayers’ money”

Gov. Jim Gibbons, in a Dec. 31 press release, criticizing efforts of the state Commission on Tourism to attract tourists from Asia. The governor is in a squabble with the commission — chaired by his own Republican lieutenant governor, Brian Krolicki — over the commission’s refusal to forward to him the nomination of his chosen candidate to be their next executive director.

“The Chinese economy remains one of the more vibrant in the world. The more Asian tourists we can bring to fill our rooms, fill our dinner tables, see our shows … the quicker we will recover from our slowdown.”

Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki, who chairs the state Commission on Tourism, responding to Gov. Jim Gibbons’ criticism of efforts to ATTRACT Asian tourists.

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