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More sex allegations emerge against Las Vegas billionaire Steve Wynn

Billionaire Steve Wynn faced allegations of pressuring a waitress into sex about 30 years ago. He allegedly told the woman he had “never had a grandmother before” and wanted “to see how it feels,” according to a court document and interviews with the Review-Journal. Wynn, the CEO of Wynn Resorts, was accused of sexual misconduct with several employees in a Wall Street Journal story published last week. Wynn has denied the allegations in the Journal report. The woman, who is now 75, said her supervisor told her she had to have sex with Wynn to keep her job at the Mirage, according to her account and a sworn statement by Earlene Wiggins. Wynn, 76, has not responded to multiple requests from the Review-Journal for an interview.

LETTER: Time to burst China’s balloon

Kudos to our side for a measured, safe handling of last week’s suspected China spy balloon incident.

LETTER: Criminals won’t obey gun laws

California Gov. Gavin Newsom is seeking to limit where concealed weapons can be carried in his state.

LETTER: There’s no justification for this police beating

In response to Kenneth Braun’s Thursday letter (“Gas on fire”) justifying the actions of the Memphis police officers when they recently beat a young man to death

Leader of Nevada’s injured workers appeals office retires

The senior appeals officer who was accused of not working in the office much retired last week, and the new Department of Administration director appointed by Gov. Joe Lombardo hopes to streamline the process for injured workers.