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Makeover of Tropicana Casino in Las Vegas on Hold

Updated: 08/17/2007 - The start of a $2.5 billion makeover of the Tropicana hotel-casino has been delayed until at least 2008 because of a volatile debt market and rising construction costs, a company spokesman said.

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Federal Lawyers Defend Water Use at Nevada's Yucca Mountain

Posted: 08/14/2007 - In advance of a scheduled court Wednesday hearing, Justice Department lawyers argue that the federal Department of Energy didn't violate a court-approved agreement in using Nevada water during drilling near the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear dump.

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Clinton Ventures into Rural Nevada Desert Town

Posted: 08/13/2007 - Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton relied on an anti-Washington message to appeal to rural voters today in her first venture into the Nevada desert.

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Pedestrian Struck On Boulder Highway

Posted: 08/12/2007 - A 50-year-old Las Vegas man was struck late last week when he tried to cross the Boulder Highway and was struck by an S-U-V.

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Lawyer Says Accused Caesars Casino Shooter Wrongly Portrayed

Posted: 08/10/2007 - A lawyer for a man accused of shooting two people at Caesars Palace complained Friday about the way his client had been characterized in accounts of a fistfight sparked by a group of men insulting his sister.

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Nevada Panel Rejects Tax Refund Request from Strip Clubs

Posted: 08/06/2007 - The Nevada Tax Commission rejected arguments that a state entertainment tax unconstitutionally targets strip clubs and refused Monday to refund nearly $1.8 million in such taxes collected from six Las Vegas clubs in early 2004.

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Police Reviewing Video in Caesars Palace Shooting

Updated: 08/06/2007 - Police are reviewing casino surveillance videotape and continuing their search for a man suspected of shooting two people over the weekend at the Caesars Palace hotel-casino.

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Hacker Shows Flaw In Software That Controls Key Infrastructure

Posted: 08/04/2007 - Terrorists and other criminals could exploit a newly discovered software flaw to hijack massive computer systems used to control critical infrastructure like oil refineries, power plants and factories, a researcher said Saturday.

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Body Discovered in Las Vegas Park

Updated: 07/31/2007 - Police are investigating after the body of a man was found this morning in a northeast Las Vegas area park.

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Former Major Leaguer Bill Robinson Dead At 64

Posted: 07/29/2007 - Bill Robinson, who played on Pittsburgh's 1979 World Series championship team and was working as the Los Angeles Dodgers' minor league hitting coordinator, died today.

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Increase In Radiation Not Caused By Fire

Updated: 07/29/2007 - Radiation released into the air in southern Utah during several recent wildfires came from naturally occurring material and not from the fires, according to a University of Nevada, Las Vegas study.

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