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Girl Found Dead In Arizona Mine Shaft; 2nd Girl Critical

Posted: 09/02/2007 - A 13-year-old girl who went missing while riding an all-terrain vehicle in northwestern Arizona was found dead in a mine shaft, while her 10-year-old companion was rescued with serious injuries early Sunday, authorities said.

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Former Clark County Lawmaker Indicted On Ethics Charges

Posted: 08/29/2007 - A former Clark County commissioner was indicted Wednesday on felony charges stemming from allegations that she didn't live in the commission district she represented and that she paid a nanny with campaign funds.

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Culinary Union OKs MGM Mirage Contract In Las Vegas

Posted: 08/25/2007 - Las Vegas hotel and restaurant workers have ratified a five-year contract with casino giant MGM Mirage, ending five months of negotiations with a deal that appears to meet most of their union's public demands.

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Alabama Man Pleads Guilty To Contract Murder

Posted: 08/24/2007 - A Huntsville man has pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy to commit murder, admitting he hired a hit man to kill the common-law husband of a woman with whom he was having an affair.

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Democratic Candidates Court Local Unions

Posted: 08/22/2007 - Democratic Presidential Candidates are courting Reno area unions hoping for increased voter turnout and greater campaign contributions. Political Action Committees sponsored by unions offer candidates a lump sum of votes and big coffers.

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Harrah's, AEG To Build Arena In Las Vegas To Attract NHL, NBA Teams

Posted: 08/22/2007 - Casino giant Harrah's Entertainment Inc. announced Wednesday that it was partnering with AEG, the company that brought David Beckham to the Los Angeles Galaxy, to build a 20,000-seat arena in Las Vegas capable of housing a major league basketball or hockey team.

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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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