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Decision won’t end dispute over Wynn Las Vegas tip policy
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The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not to consider hearing a petition to overturn an appellate court ruling on Wynn Las Vegas’ tip-sharing policy marks another stop on the long, tortuous road traveld since the tip policy was announced in 2006.

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History-making leaders bring ‘new experience’ to Mormon church
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The two newest members of a top Mormon governing panel said Thursday that they hope to bring a new perspective as the first Latin-American and the first person of Asian ancestry to a previously all-white top leadership group that helps make church policy.

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Young adults in Las Vegas failing to save for retirement
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It may be decades away, but 26-year-old Alison Scott is worried about retirement. The Las Vegas resident is working as a nanny as she pursues an acting career. With expenses such as rent, groceries, gasoline, insurance and medical care adding up every month, she hasn’t had a chance to put away much in savings.

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Here are the Mexico World Cup watch parties around Las Vegas
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The Mexican national team will take on Brazil Monday at 7 a.m. with hopes of advancing to the World Cup quarterfinals.

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Las Vegas home prices approach all-time peak
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Prices for existing homes sold in Southern Nevada kept rising through May and are now approaching their all-time peak, according to a report by the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors.

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Summerlin house lists for nearly $7M — PHOTOS
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Hidden west of the Las Vegas Valley is the exclusive Ridges Promontory neighborhood, with an available custom-designed estate, rich in amenities.

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Small plane lands on belly at Las Vegas airport
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A small passenger airplane landed on its belly Friday afternoon at McCarran International Airport, officials said.

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Officials don’t blame officers who waited during Las Vegas shooting
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Local officials had only praise for the police response after viewing footage this week that showed two officers holding their position in a hallway one floor beneath the Oct. 1 gunman for nearly five minutes as he fired into the Route 91 Harvest festival.

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