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The alleged link between Takeda’s Actos diabetes drug and bladder cancer continues to hear arguments in the nation’s courts amidst a backdrop of sanctions and chastisements over destroyed
The Las Vegas Review-Journal has selected NewsEngin Ampere as its new content management system for its daily newsroom and its affiliated weekly publications. (PRWEB)
The rate of decline regarding Las Vegas tourism is slowing, offering hope for businesses in the city facing financial struggles, an expert says. Jeremy Aguero, a principal at the Applied Analysis business advisory firm, said while April tourism figures represented a 2.9 percent drop compared with April 2008, the overall rate of tourism decline is slowing, the Las Vegas Review-Journal said Saturday. The rate at which we're declining is slowing, which is encouraging on all fronts, Aguero said.
Review-Journal North Las Vegas police were searching Friday for a man suspected in an Oct. 3 shooting death at an apartment. Police identified the suspect as Joseph Fleming, one of several people who confronted the victim during a robbery gone bad, police said.
By Mike Weatherford It's getting harder to believe in magic.
review-journal Review-Journal music critic Jason Bracelin and feature writer Corey Levitan received national first-place awards in the 2008 Excellence-in-Feature-Writing Competition sponsored by the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors.
By Lawrence Mower By LAWRENCE MOWER (c) 2008 REVIEW-JOURNAL On Aug. 22, 2005, Bill Farnsworth, Wanda Murray and three other owners of condominiums at the Rhodes Homes development of Vistana walked into the local headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
By Sean Whaley By SEAN WHALEY (c)REVIEW-JOURNAL CARSON CITY - A major change proposed by the IRS for public pension plans, including Nevada's public employee retirement system, could eliminate early retirement pay for government employees in less than two years.
By Keith Rogers By KEITH ROGERS REVIEW-JOURNAL The home-built airplane that plunged into a house near the North Las Vegas Airport last month had been "materially modified" before it was donated to the Salvation Army by its first builder, a Canadian pilot in San Diego, Federal Aviation Administration records show.
By Mike Weatherford A network TV series carrying the same name as a Las Vegas show can be good publicity. Or it can be confusing. Or maybe both.
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
- In international law, that right by virtue of which persons and things taken by an enemy in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to which they belonged.