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Las Vegas Review Journal

Two top Las Vegas-Clark County Library District employees accepted free Super Bowl tickets worth thousands of dollars each and requested a third ticket, potentially violating the district’s conflict of interest policy.

India Currents

Arjun (name changed on request), a 45-year old businessman who has been living in the Bay area for the past 20 years has been struggling with the problem of excessive anger in his life. He gets into uncontrolled rage and is unable to snap out of it. Arjun has been married for the past 15 years, and his spouse, Neerja, is an accountant.

K.N.P.R. News

There’s a new UNLV program that’s using sports to help middle school-aged girls cope with mental health and body image issues. Started in January, it’s called RUSH. The R stands for Raiders, because UNLV’s partner in the program are the Las Vegas Raiders. And it’s taking advantage of the increased popularity of flag football among young women as a recruitment tool.

Las Vegas Sun

The phone would ring Monday mornings at the office of UNLV golf. Dwaine Knight would answer and give this student journalist all the time he needed for a story. No other coach on campus was as accommodating to a writer from the campus newspaper. Then again, few people are like Knight.

Las Vegas Weekly

Las Vegas may seem like a magical place to the 41 million people that visit each year, but most of us understand that it’s great people who make that magic happen, every day and night, around the clock, 52 weeks each year.

K.N.P.R. News

For more than 30 years, the federal government has provided medical care in Nevada, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico for residents affected by the radioactive fallout from nuclear weapons tests at the Nevada Test Site from the 1950s and '60s. That medical care also went out to those who were part of uranium mining throughout those states. Benefits began with an act of Congress in the 1990s. But they're set to expire, leaving many to wonder how to pay for that care.

K.V.V.U. T.V. Fox 5

“This is probably the first time to our knowledge that a program like this has been deployed in an urban city looking at storm drains where individuals are living in these areas,” said Edwin Oh, Ph.D., associate professor at the UNLV School of Medicine.

Las Vegas Review Journal

All eyes will be on Nevada’s U.S. Senate race in the fall, when Democratic Sen. Jacky Rosen is widely expected to face a tough bid for reelection in this battleground state. But before that can happen, Republicans must first select a candidate to go up against her in November.

Las Vegas Sun

George Rhee, a professor of physics at UNLV, was direct when speaking about the water crisis face the west during a panel discussion on Wednesday at Westgate Las Vegas. ‘“Living in the desert, water is more valuable than gasoline,” said Rhee, the host of a discussion during the Climate Change Preparedness Conference.

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