Nevada Clips 12.7.11

2012 ELECTION

  • AP – Heller supports American Latino museum – LINK
  • AP – Payroll tax debate divides Nev. Senate candidates – LINK
  • LV Sun – Democrats relying on ‘girl power’ to help win Senate – LINK
  • LV Sun – Ralston: It’s boilerplate vs. ethics in federal races – LINK

REDISTRICTING

  • RGJ – Redistricting means some Northern Nevada candidates might need more time and money for campaigns, be at odds with constituents – LINK

CONGRESS

  • RJ – “Occupy” protesters stage sit-ins at Heller, Heck offices – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – Letter: Aggressive handbillers hide behind ‘free speech’ – LINK
  • RJ – Pearl Harbor – LINK
  • RJ – Support staff deal – LINK
  • LV Sun – Nation could use a unified effort like that of the Greatest Generation – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Paying legislators more not solution – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • RJ – Gaming growth seen at 5 percent in U.S., greater in Asia-Pacific region – LINK
  • AP – Group: Web poker won’t hurt state lotteries – LINK
  • LV Sun – Job fair gives Chaparral students glimpse of market – LINK
  • LV Sun – Spirit Airlines to launch twice-daily flights from McCarran to Mesa, Ariz. – LINK
  • LV Sun – Revenue, losses down at Las Vegas Hard Rock – LINK
  • LV Sun – Analysts project brighter 2012 for casino industry – LINK
  • LV Sun – Southwest, Allegiant passenger numbers on the rise – LINK
  • RGJ – The ‘Day of Infamy’ lives at USS Arizona Memorial – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ – Clark County Commission OKs ethics policy – LINK
  • RJ – State unemployment tax to remain the same – LINK
  • RJ – Ordinance would exempt electric cars from city parking fees – LINK
  • RJ – Union leader says governor was caught off guard on prison – LINK
  • RJ – Court rules inquests don’t violate officers’ right – LINK
  • RJ – Henderson tightens ordinance on massage businesses – LINK
  • RJ – Nevada, California plan joint inquiries into mortgage fraud – LINK
  • LV Sun – Construction defects law under the microscope – LINK
  • LV Sun – Henderson City Council moves forward on Galleria Pedestrian Bridge – LINK
  • LV Sun – Judge: Officers’ rights not violated by new inquest process – LINK
  • LV Sun – After 2 years not paying on fine, former assemblyman sends state a check – LINK
  • LV Sun – County Commission passes a new lobbying policy without a fight – LINK
  • RGJ – Reno Recreation and Parks Commission votes to close Moana Stadium; City Council has final decision – LINK
  • Elko Daily Free Press – Limited budget impacts road maintenance – LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau – Report Outlining Tax And Spending Decisions By 2011 Legislature Now Available- LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • RJ – Handful of consumers charged up over smart meters – LINK
  • RGJ – Public voices doubts over smart meter program – LINK

EDUCATION

  • RGJ – Scott Kelley: Positive audit, bond rating a tribute to retired CFO’s stewardship – LINK
  • RGJ – Report: Nevada has room to improve data use – LINK
  • RGJ – Meetings set to discuss school start-time changes – LINK
  • RGJ – Clean Energy: TMCC launches renewables curriculum – LINK

HEALTH CARE

  • LV Sun – Nevada Cancer Institute bankruptcy put on fast track – LINK
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Nevada Clips 12.6.11

2012 ELECTION

  • RJ – As it turns out, apparently I had a clue all along – LINK
  • LV Sun – Berkley’s husband flipped houses for profit, but is that news? – LINK
  • AP – Sen. Harry Reid endorses Oceguera in House race – LINK

CONGRESS

  • RJ – White House, Heller spar over consumer bureau – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Sen. Harry Reid lays out new payroll tax plan – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – Letter: Reid’s son may actually do a good job – LINK
  • RJ – School cuts – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: In old days, dealers hustled the players – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Supervisors do a lot to earn tips – LINK
  • RGJ – Editorial: Gag order on animal abuse cases defies common sense – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Janice Ayres: Seniors aren’t the problem – Congress is – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • RJ – Don’t bet on the NFL falling in love with Las Vegas – LINK
  • RJ – Las Vegas credit union completes its merger – LINK
  • RJ – Wynn, NFL owner seek voters’ approval – LINK
  • LV Sun – Plummeting home prices entice first-time homebuyers – LINK
  • LV Sun – Wynn, Kraft discuss Massachusetts casino deal – LINK
  • RGJ – Manufacturing employment in Reno drops 5.3% – 2 1/2 times worse than state rate – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ – Last inmates to leave Nevada State Prison next month – LINK
  • LV Sun – Stats on Metro police shootings show need for reforms – LINK
  • RGJ – $47M project brings a new look to Reno airport – LINK
  • RGJ – Government groups weigh how to repay Incline Village taxpayers – LINK
  • RGJ – Nevada drops 5 places to 46th in survey of nation’s best-run states – LINK
  • AP – Costs for closing aging Nevada prison rise – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Last inmates to leave NSP in January – LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • RJ – Water pipeline plan draws flood of letters – LINK
  • LV Sun – To pay for lake intakes, water bills going up again – LINK

EDUCATION

  • RJ – Support staff in school district may keep jobs – LINK
  • RGJ – RGJ SPECIAL REPORT: Homeless students – LINK
  • RGJ – How can Washoe County School District reach 1,800 homeless kids? – LINK

HEALTH CARE

  • Nevada News Bureau – Medicaid Information System Goes Live By Deadline, No Major Issues Expected – LINK

Nevada Clips 12.5.11

2012 ELECTION

  • RJ – POLITICAL EYE: Republicans try to woo Latino voters – LINK

CONGRESS

  • LV Sun – Vote on bureau chief could have larger ramifications for Nevada – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – Letter: Take survey results as a call to action – LINK
  • RJ – Cleaning up the Strip: Deal with handbillers a good step – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Social safety nets are worth the cost – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: End allegiance to political parties – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • LV Sun – Las Vegas takes a fresh look at hiring – LINK
  • LV Sun – McCarran’s new international routes draw attention – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ – If ethics dispute is nothing personal, it still hits close to home – LINK
  • RJ – Proposal would toss out ban on pawn shops – LINK
  • RJ – Henderson City Council race draws new interest – LINK
  • RGJ – Demolitions clear way for new Moana – LINK
  • AP – Attorney General: Tahoe chairman violated open meeting law – LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • Elko Daily Free Press – Nevada has years of mining ahead – LINK

EDUCATION

  • RJ – Principals in school district ponder cuts – LINK

Nevada Clips 12.4.11

2012 ELECTION

  • RJ – Sebelius: Flipping hypocrisy – LINK
  • LV Sun – Conflicts of interest not uncommon – LINK
  • LV Sun – Ralston: A modest proposal to fix the Legislature – LINK

CONGRESS

  • RJ – WASHINGTON DIGEST: Vote aims to end funding of presidential campaigns – LINK
  • LV Sun – Public financing of presidential campaigns becomes divisive – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Sen. Harry Reid: Failure to pass payroll tax cut raises questions about Senate rules – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – FBI should collect data on police shootings – LINK
  • RJ – Lake Tahoe pact – LINK
  • RJ – Letter: Shedding light on local police shootings – LINK
  • RJ – ‘B’ corporations: Will Nevada be left behind? – LINK
  • RJ – The state of Las Vegas tourism – LINK
  • LV Sun – Killing Yucca Mountain would be a real gift – LINK
  • LV Sun – Las Vegas shows signs of rebounding and still has a bright future – LINK
  • LV Sun – Comments reveal the real Gingrich – LINK
  • LV Sun – DesertXpress is, at least, a start – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Inaction will hurt future Americans – LINK
  • RGJ – Editorial: Homeless children’s futures are in the community’s hands – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Sen. Reid: Sen. Harry Reid: Efforts to help troops, veterans must continue – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • RJ – Caesars ready to seize chances – LINK
  • AP – Is Nevada recovering? Depends on who you ask – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ – Elected officials see need for changes in handling of police shootings – LINK
  • AP – NTSB plans hearing in Washington on safety of air shows, races – LINK
  • LV Sun – Lack of signatures dooms effort to recall North Las Vegas mayor – LINK
  • RGJ – Guy Rocha: ‘Most dangerous’ woman lectured in Reno in 1910 – LINK
  • RGJ – Officials reconsider Nevada animal abuse law’s secrecy clause – LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • Nevada News Bureau – Nevada Cites Concerns With Transport Of Hazardous Waste In Response To Draft Plan For Former Test Site – LINK

EDUCATION

  • RJ – Regents vote to close debt-ridden UNR fire academy – LINK

Nevada Clips 12.3.11

2012 ELECTION

  • RJ – All GOP hopefuls file for state caucus – LINK
  • RJ – Businesswoman joining Senate District 4 race – LINK

CONGRESS

  • Nevada Appeal – Nevada’s congressional delegation cites unemployment report to blame each other – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – Letter: Local teams should just forfeit to Gorman – LINK
  • RJ – ‘Crimes against the state’: Cuba jails man over communications equipment – LINK
  • LV Sun – Cirque du Soleil came to town and has fit right in, providing only-in-Las Vegas entertainment – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Give political power to the real people – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: God bless the cowboys, NFR – LINK
  • RGJ – Editorial: Two Secret Santas purchase linens for Reno Family Shelter- LINK
  • RGJ – Letter: Why would Amodei try to punish the jobless? – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • RJ – Marathon’s economic impact may approach $50 million – LINK
  • RJ – Local economist sees good news in jobs report – LINK
  • RJ – Caesars Entertainment reveals changes to management – LINK
  • LV Sun – Las Vegas tech company Switch announces new facility – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ – Commission ethics tit for tat not personal, it’s just business – LINK
  • RGJ – Four months after Reno air races crash, NTSB to hold hearing on air race, air show safety – LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • RJ – PUC to hear NV Energy smart meters concerns – LINK
  • LV Sun – State accuses feds of reneging on nuke promises – LINK
  • RGJ – Wildlife Commission rejects import of water from eastern Nev. to Las Vegas – LINK

HEALTH CARE

  • RJ – California university to take over Nevada Cancer Institute – LINK
  • LV Sun – Sale would preserve Nevada Cancer Institute’s mission, board chairman says – LINK

EDUCATION

  • RJ – Regents: Student fees rising 8 percent – LINK
  • RJ – College gives VFW members break – LINK
  • LV Sun – Elected regent has no business working on CSN theft case – LINK
  • LV Sun – Over student objections, regents raise undergraduate tuition 8 percent – LINK
  • AP – Regents approve 8 percent tuition hike for undergraduates – LINK
  • RGJ – Nevada university regents renew Chancellor Dan Klaich’s contract at $303,000 per year – LINK
  • Daily Sparks Tribune – Board of Regents pass 8 percent tuition increase for undergraduate students – LINK

Nevada Clips 12.2.11

2012 ELECTION

  • RJ – Institute defends challenge to public employees’ right to serve in Legislature – LINK
  • RJ – Sebelius: It’s long past time to stop ignoring the constitution – LINK
  • LV Sun – Obama campaign takes aim at Romney – LINK
  • LV Sun – Ralston: NPRI has political motive, but is right on the law – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Chuck Muth: Hey, Mitt, what did you do in the Great Ideology War? – LINK

CONGRESS

  • RJ – Heller’s plan to bring sailors’ remains back to U.S. hits roadblock – LINK
  • LV Sun – Payroll tax cut proposals die, but debate over what the rich should pay rages on – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Mark Amodei: Claim that GOP is anti-entitlement is pure fantasy – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – Letter: Pipeline plan vital to the future of Las Vegas – LINK
  • RJ – Deadly force: Training, transparency can reduce police shootings – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: The unborn need to be represented – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: U.S. on a fiscal spiral downward – LINK
  • RGJ – Editorial: Slower service won’t help the Postal Service survive – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • RJ – Zappos becoming downtown’s magnet for startups – LINK
  • LV Sun – Station Casinos takes back reins on its restaurants – LINK
  • LV Sun – Closed Atrium Suites hotel may be sold – LINK
  • LV Sun – Forbes lists Las Vegas company as one of America’s most promising – LINK
  • LV Sun – McCarran traffic hits high in October – LINK
  • LV Sun – Report confirms improvement in Las Vegas job market – LINK
  • RGJ – Rebuilding after Caughlin Fire won’t save construction industry – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ – North Las Vegas celebrates grand opening of new city hall – LINK
  • LV Sun – Las Vegas ranks 10th among saddest cities – LINK
  • RGJ – Reno tentatively approves new voting wards over NAACP leader’s objection – LINK
  • Pahrump Valley Times – Idea of splitting county gains momentum – LINK
  • Pahrump Valley Times – Nye County line moved repeatedly in history – LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau – Nevada Tax Collections Remain On Track Overall Despite Gaming Volatility – LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • RJ – New members to study energy-transmission issues – LINK
  • LV Sun – Energy task force named – LINK
  • RGJ – Group: BLM ecological study ignored environmental effects of grazing – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Richard Bryan: Guard against possible Yucca Mountain revival – LINK
  • Ely Times – Substation will help bring on wind generation – LINK

EDUCATION

  • RJ – UNLV officials now planning a 50,000-seat stadium – LINK
  • LV Sun – Negotiations extended for UNLV stadium project – LINK
  • AP – Nevada university regents make decision today on tuition hike – LINK
  • RGJ – Board of Regents urges ACT for all high school juniors, might require it for college – LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau – Nevada Improves Data Collection To Measure Student Achievement, Still Faces Access Challenges – LINK

Nevada Clips 12.1.11

2012 ELECTION

  • RJ – Lawsuit targets public employees serving in Legislature – LINK
  • RJ – Republicans rap Berkley’s husband for investing in foreclosed homes – LINK
  • LV Sun – Conservative group sues to ban public employees from the Legislature – LINK
  • AP – Group files suit challenging the ability of public employees to serve in the legislature – LINK
  • RGJ – State Sen. Lee says it again: Harry Reid did not ask him to drop out of congressional race – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Suit: Senator can’t also hold PUC job – LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau – Nevada Think Tank Files Court Complaint Challenging Ability Of Government Employees To Serve In Legislature – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – Letter: End of ‘Viva Elvis’ show not a big surprise – LINK
  • RJ – Unintended consequences – LINK
  • RJ – A hog-killin’ time – LINK
  • LV Sun – Las Vegas has become a great rodeo town — and it should stay that way well – LINK
  • LV Sun – Las Vegas is the perfect fit for the rodeo – LINK
  • LV Sun – After 30 years of AIDS, people under 30 face greatest risk – LINK
  • LV Sun – Michael Gaughan: ‘It’s great for us, it’s great for them’ – LINK
  • RGJ – Editorial: It’s time to shut the doors to university’s fire academy – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • RJ – Southern Nevada economic index augurs flat growth – LINK
  • RJ – Survey war: Study disses Nevada but some question analysis – LINK
  • RJ – Macau gaming revenues up 33 percent in November – LINK
  • RJ – Stock market surge boosts casino stocks – LINK
  • LV Sun – Key stakeholders gather to map out Nevada tourism efforts – LINK
  • LV Sun – Resorts’ brands are all in for the go-round that is NFR – LINK
  • LV Sun – Las Vegas’ gold buckle — the NFR — is likely here to stay – LINK
  • LV Sun – UNLV forecast says economy will remain flat – LINK
  • AP – Top Nevada marketer: Businesses, casinos need to agree – LINK
  • Lahontan Valley News – Nevada finishes dead last in opportunity index – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ – BETTER OVERSIGHT, CHECKS ON PROBLEM OFFICERS COULD REDUCE POLICE USE OF DEADLY FORCE – LINK
  • RJ – Nevada agrees with California to make run at ’22 Olympics – LINK
  • RJ – Judge upholds Wagner victory in North Las Vegas election – LINK
  • RJ – Commissioners to discuss tweaking ethics policy – LINK
  • RJ – No matter what he does, Josh Reid can’t shake father’s shadow – LINK
  • RJ – Challenge of police inquest policy argued in federal court – LINK
  • LV Sun – Judge rules Wagner rightful winner in NLV council election – LINK
  • LV Sun – IRS after Nevada taxpayers — to give them money – LINK
  • AP – Report: Nevada last place in anti-smoking funding – LINK
  • AP – Krolicki: 2022 Olympics in Tahoe ‘very tangible’- LINK
  • Daily Sparks Tribune – Leaders Quibble Over Kibble – LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • LV Sun – Consumer advocates: Smart meters could increase electric rates – LINK
  • RGJ – Erosion concerns after Caughlin Fire have experts racing to beat winter rain – LINK
  • RGJ – Despite ban being lifted, BLM has no plans to sell wild horses for slaughter – LINK

EDUCATION

  • RJ – Memo outlines possible teacher layoffs – LINK
  • RJ – New commission at UNR will focus on university’s future – LINK
  • LV Sun – Principals warned of layoffs if teachers union wins arbitration – LINK
  • RGJ – Regents to consider 5-13 percent tuition increase for Nevada colleges – LINK

Nevada Clips 11.30.11

2012 ELECTION

  • RJ – Former Henderson councilman earns Republican caucus endorsement – LINK
  • RJ – Cain files to compete in Nevada GOP caucus – LINK
  • LV Sun – Ralston: Nevada’s Godfather fixes the primaries – LINK
  • RGJ – Heller vs Berkley: It’s all or nothing, a battle of political survival – LINK

CONGRESS

  • LV Sun – Harry Reid calls efforts of bipartisan group looking at cuts ‘happy talk – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – Letter: UNLV program can help many students – LINK
  • RJ – Frank and gaming – LINK
  • RJ – Both sides push to get justices off ObamaCare – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Lack of trust dogs our society – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Monetary system is destined to fail – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: UFC doesn’t merit positive publicity – LINK
  • RGJ – Editorial: We must learn to be smart consumers of health care – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • RJ – Retiring lawmaker will continue Internet gaming push – LINK
  • RJ – Cantor Gaming to build, operate new Palms race and sports book – LINK
  • RJ – Hooters Hotel management agrees to auction – LINK
  • RJ – Officials tout indicators tied to Nevada tourism – LINK
  • RJ – Airport passenger traffic continues upward ascent – LINK
  • RJ – Report: Las Vegas hits new post-peak housing low – LINK
  • LV Sun – In wake of real estate collapse, crazy deals abound – LINK
  • LV Sun – Project to create new Nevada tourism brand speeding up – LINK
  • LV Sun – At tourism conference, Sandoval encourages collaboration – LINK
  • LV Sun – Las Vegas tops list of travel searches – LINK
  • LV Sun – Hooters hotel-casino to be sold at auction – LINK
  • LV Sun – Palms, Cantor sign deal to launch new sports book – LINK
  • LV Sun – Las Vegas home prices fall to February 1998 levels – LINK
  • LV Sun – McCarran’s No. 5 carrier, American Airlines, seeks bankruptcy protection – LINK
  • RGJ – Homes in Washoe County see increase in taxable value despite tough economy – LINK
  • RGJ – TRI uses demographics from UNR to help attract tenants – LINK
  • RGJ – Tourism: Rural areas receive tourism grants – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Nevada finishes dead last in opportunity index – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ – DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE DOESN’T TREAT POLICE SHOOTINGS LIKE OTHER LAS VEGAS HOMICIDES – LINK
  • RJ – Henderson council hires Josh Reid as city attorney – LINK
  • RJ – Pedestrian vs. motorist law needs clarifying – LINK
  • RJ – Effort to recall North Las Vegas mayor stalls – LINK
  • RJ – Henderson councilwoman’s resignation will have to wait – LINK
  • RJ – Sebelius: To avoid accidents, teach kids physics – LINK
  • LV Sun – Sen. Harry Reid’s son Josh named Henderson city attorney – LINK
  • RGJ – Washoe District Court now complying with gun law regarding mental health issues after RGJ investigation – LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau – BLM Rejects Sandoval Proposal To Speed Up Mining Permit Process, But State Says Progress Being Made – LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • RJ – Pipeline project opponents’ protests get lost in the din – LINK
  • LV Sun – Group delivers petition with 21,000 comments against water pipeline – LINK
  • Pahrump Valley Times – Concerns shared that solar plant might harm river – LINK
  • Pahrump Valley Times – BLM rounding up wild horses – LINK
  • Pahrump Valley Times – Solar project raises concerns over Spanish trail, fire service – LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau – Coalition Calls For Rejection Of Groundwater Pumping Project By Southern Nevada Water Authority – LINK

EDUCATION

  • RJ – Panel approves $150,000 study to compare higher education funding – LINK
  • RJ – Role of education called key in Nevada’s economic recovery – LINK
  • LV Sun – Secretary of Education: ‘We have to look for radical change’ – LINK
  • LV Sun – School District approves hiring $138,650/year general counsel – LINK
  • LV Sun – Legislative panel begins work on higher education funding – LINK
  • RGJ – A complex curriculum – LINK
  • RGJ – UNR Faculty Senate forms Commission on Future of the University – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Committee studying higher education funding sets deadline for report – LINK
  • AP – Education chief: Higher learning will fix economy – LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau – Study Of Nevada Higher Education Funding Formula Gets Under Way – LINK
  • Nevada News Bureau – Nevada Prepaid Tuition Program Open Enrollment Period Begins – LINK

Nevada Clips 11.29.11

2012 ELECTION

  • RJ – Upheaval continues for Democrats vying for Nevada Legislature seats – LINK
  • RJ – Titus campaign releases poll showing big lead over Kihuen in congressional race – LINK
  • RJ – Flip-flop ad suggests Dems think Romney is The One – LINK
  • LV Sun – Member of Harry Reid’s re-election team returns to run Democrats’ 2012 war room – LINK
  • LV Sun – Campaign poll shows Dina Titus with large lead over Ruben Kihuen – LINK
  • AP – Kelvin Atkinson to run for Steven Horsford’s Nevada Senate seat – LINK
  • RGJ – Congresswoman Shelley Berkley views Caughlin fire devastation in Reno – LINK

CONGRESS

  • RJ – Key on-line gaming lawmaker announces retirement – LINK
  • RJ – Partisan clash coming over payroll tax break extension – LINK
  • LV Sun – Harry Reid committed to extending payroll tax holiday – LINK
  • Nevada Appeal – Janice Ayres: Supercommittee adjourns – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – Letter: Look at police shootings long overdue – LINK
  • RJ – Run, Rebels, run: New coach has UNLV in national spotlight – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Politics needs a dose of humility – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: The tale of the toxic Newt – LINK
  • RGJ – Editorial: Court must comply with law on the mentally ill and guns – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • LV Sun – Subcontractors fight Harmon demolition plan – LINK
  • LV Sun – Debt counselors say underwater homeowners overlooking assistance programs – LINK
  • LV Sun – Report: Nevada ranks last in nation in job opportunity – LINK
  • LV Sun – Boyd says deal to sell Dania Jai-Alai called off – LINK
  • AP – Wynn stock gains 8 percent today on Macau strength, Vegas recovery – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ – Flaws acknowledged in system that never finds fault with police in deadly shootings – LINK
  • RJ – Police panel OKs changes in discipline procedures – LINK
  • RJ – Councilwoman to give up post – LINK
  • RJ – Reid should have stayed out of son’s job hunt process – LINK
  • AP – Critics say animal cruelty law inadvertently keeps cases secret – LINK
  • LV Sun – Native Nevadans remain a small minority among residents – LINK
  • Daily Sparks Tribune – Council approves capital improvement projects – LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • RJ – Regulator to see deluge of pipeline input – LINK

EDUCATION

  • RJ – U.S. education secretary to join town hall meeting – LINK

HEALTH CARE

  • RGJ – Cardiology wars: patients’ wallets are casualties – LINK
  • RGJ – Patients love their doctors, hate rising costs – LINK
  • RGJ – FTC, state investigate Renown Health for possible antitrust violations – LINK

Nevada Clips 11.28.11

2012 ELECTION

  • RJ – POLITICAL EYE: Aide says Sandoval courts businesses – LINK

EDITORIALS/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • RJ – Letter: What have these kids been doing for 12 years? – LINK
  • RJ – Editorial: Fixing the rules: Quicker elections atop Big Labor’s agenda – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Pipeline tied to our security, success – LINK
  • LV Sun – Letter: Committee was super useless – LINK

ECONOMY/GAMING

  • LV Sun – Welcome back, tourism forum – LINK
  • RGJ – Retail: On Cyber Monday, consider state sales tax ramifications – LINK

STATE/LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  • RJ – ANALYSIS OF CASES SINCE 1990 REVEALS PATTERNS IN LAS VEGAS POLICE SHOOTINGS – LINK
  • RJ – Police, handbillers get grip on Strip clutter – LINK
  • AP – Washoe County buyouts to deal with shortfall total 86 – LINK
  • AP – Few courts comply with gun law; Clark County an exception – LINK
  • Daily Sparks Tribune – Capital projects, revenue streams on council agenda – LINK

ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT

  • RJ – Nevada pipeline’s fate in state engineer’s hands – LINK
  • AP – Lake Tahoe Basin endorses concept of more local control – LINK

EDUCATION

  • RJ – Seventh president comfortable at Nevada State College – LINK
  • AP – Campaign urges Nevada students to finish degrees – LINK
  • RGJ – Washoe County IEPs are the path for disabled or struggling students to succeed in their own way – LINK