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District attorney fires deputy romantically linked to judge

District Attorney David Roger has fired the prosecutor who became romantically involved with Family Court Judge Steven Jones while regularly appearing before the judge.

Cosmopolitan boss calls first year good, aims higher

The most expensive hotel-casino ever built on the Strip celebrates one year in business today, but its CEO, John Unwin, isn’t satisfied. It has been a good year, but for Unwin, year one was all about opening the doors of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

Simple ways to make dinner at home a special night

Dining at home has many advantages, from saving money to affording family members more time together. But it’s easy for those at-home meals to become routine and boring – unless you take some simple steps to make dinner time a special time for everyone.

Jingle shells: How PEI mussels feed the holiday crowd

The holidays are upon us once more and along with office parties and caroling, the season also brings the joy of entertaining and feeding a crowd at home. While it may sometimes seem daunting to feed larger numbers of friends and family that may grace your home, try these delicious meal ideas for serving to all of your loved ones this season.

Planning for the inevitable: Start young and be prepared

Few people younger than 40 think about planning for dying, but preparing for the end of life can help take care of loved ones when the time comes. Here’s what you should know about the process.

Forensic science a popular degree program thanks to prime time

Crime scene dramas like “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” and “Criminal Minds” have exploded in popularity over the past decade, creating what many in the legal field describe as “The CSI Effect,” which refers to the way the often exaggerated scenarios in these shows have influenced the public’s perception of the forensic science field.

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