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The parade of bogus budget-cutting choices has begun.

A positive Las Vegas story

I was eating lunch Monday at Chicago Hot Dogs on Rancho Drive when a woman sitting near me struck up a conversation with some people who had just given their order. She said her employer transferred her to Las Vegas three years ago, she doesn’t like it here and wants to move back to Chicago.

Keep car contents to a minimum to avoid crash injuries

Your vehicle has all kinds of safeguards in the event you become involved in an crash, from seatbelts and air bags to rollover protection and energy-absorbing structures that divert the shock of impact around the passenger compartment and not through it.

Triumph Daytona 675 bike challenges bigger brands

The 2010 Triumph Daytona 675 features the visual flavor of both European and Japanese designs. The Daytona is such a beautiful bike that you can’t help but look back every time you park it. Even the rear-arm is a piece of art, resembling a flying buttress from the Notre Dame Cathedral.

Despite faults, Gullwing remains coveted classic

The highly coveted Mercedes-Benz 300SL figured in some of the most memorable racing moments of all time, from the most heroic to the most tragic.

Test site workers receive special status for compensation

For more than a decade, former Nevada Test Site workers and their survivors from the days of underground nuclear weapons testing have finally gotten what they wanted: a special status that will allow them to receive at least $150,000 in compensation without enduring tedious reconstructions of their exposures to radiation.

Forum welcomes public comment

CARSON CITY — When legislators determine state government spending priorities at their special session later this month, the decision-making process will be an open one if Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford has his way.

Rulffes fails to win top superintendent honor

Clark County School District Superintendent Walt Rulffes, one of four finalists for the 2010 National Superintendent of the Year, lost the honor Thursday to Superintendent Elizabeth Molina Morgan of Washington County, Md., according to an announcement by the American Association of School Administrators.

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