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Police Prepare to Search Aurora Gunman Apartment

Police Prepare to Search Aurora Gunman Apartment

By Luis Cabrera The Aurora police department was carrying final preparations this morning to enter the apartment of a suspect that killed several people and injured many others at the midnight premiere of an action movie on Friday. The alleged gunman, 24-year-old James Holmes, was a medicine student at the University of Colorado in Denver. […]

Cee-Lo is hearing voices: They won’t let him come to Las Vegas until 2013

Cee-Lo is hearing voices: They won’t let him come to Las Vegas until 2013

By Justine Espersen Cee-Lo Green is postponing his “mind-twisting magic and sexified showgirls” Las Vegas show until 2013 due to conflicts with the filming of NBC’s show “The Voice.” Set to open Aug. 29 at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, the theatrical show “CeeLo Green Presents Lobrace” is now scheduled to start Feb. 27. “It’s […]

Honda recalls 321,453 vehicles regarding faulty front door latch

Honda recalls 321,453 vehicles regarding faulty front door latch

By Justine Espersen Honda Motor Co is recalling 321,453 CR-V SUV and Acura ILX sedans due to the door latches that may fly open while driving. No injuries have been reported related to this recall, according to the company. However, federal law requires quick action when a manufacturer discovers a safety issue. The recall affects […]

One dead and another arrested in Summerlin, Nev. crash

One dead and another arrested in Summerlin, Nev. crash

By Justine Espersen LAS VEGAS – One person is dead and another facing charges after a fatal crash at 3:22 a.m. today on Alta Drive, near Joe Willis Street. According to a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) press release, the car “lost control crossing the landscaped center median.” The Ford Mustang then ran into […]

Nadal Out of London 2012 Olympics

Nadal Out of London 2012 Olympics

By Luis Cabrera Spanish tennis champion Rafael Nadal has pulled out of the 2012 Olympic Games. Nadal won the singles final in Beijing 2008 and was expected to defend his title in London. The 26-year-old tennis star is suffering from tendinitis of the knee, a condition that has afflicted him throughout his brilliant career. “I […]

Interview with Karlos Farrar

By Kelly J Newson Karlos Farrar, a Detroit native but Vegas adopted, has been singing since a young age. Coming from a loving and supportive family. Influenced by his mom, dad and Michael Jackson, Karlos Farrar was destined to be a star from birth. Recently, I caught up Mr. Farrar after one of his show’s […]

Nevada state senator looking to launch wild animal ban

By Justine Espersen A Nevada state senator has announced Monday the critical need for a state law to define the private ownership of wild animals, four days after the recent escape of two chimpanzees in northwest Las Vegas. Senator Michael Roberson, R-Henderson, said in a press release Thurs. that he has been working with the […]

iPad Mini in the Works, says the Times

iPad Mini in the Works, says the Times

By Luis Cabrera The New York Times says that Apple is developing a cheaper, smaller version of its popular iPad. Apple is at it again in the race to keep control the tablet market, a market that has been largely defined by the company. The new iPad Mini will have a 7.85 inch screen and […]

Should President Obama apologize?

Should President Obama apologize?

By Kelly J Newson It’s absolutely amazing how Romney’s campaign could call foul over President Obama’s statement on Romney outsourcing jobs while at Bain. Isn’t President Obama just stating the facts? Didn’t the GOP do the same thing against John Kerry when he ran for the White House? They attacked him with the swift boat […]

Business People Differ on Whether the Economy Needs More or Less Regulation

Business People Differ on Whether the Economy Needs More or Less Regulation

By Erin Lale Political debates tend to oversimplify some issues, and the question of how to help businesses improve the economy and create jobs is one of them. The devil is in the detail, as the old saying goes. Whether business people feel the need for more or less regulation depends on what type of […]

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