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'The Green Rush'

"It was still more of a stoner crowd two years ago (at a cannabis event) in Denver," Saxton said. "This time, there were thousands of people in suits. It was much more of a professional crowd."

Small Business Saturday now big thing

Small businesses will become a beacon of light the day after the Black Friday chaos ends and people grow sick of watching fights break out over a 32-inch television at big box retailers.

35 years after the MGM fire, are we really safer?

It was shortly after 7 a.m. on Nov. 21, 1980, when a plume of smoke emanating from the Las Vegas Strip could be seen by residents throughout the valley.

Great expectations

The headlines have not been kind to the Nevada public school system. It's no surprise that some parents eager to give their children a quality high school education and see them accepted into a top college are turning to Southern Nevada's private schools. - See more at:

Meadows Bank expands with Phoenix branch

When former Nevada First Bank president Arvind Menon was chosen to open Meadows Bank eight years ago, his biggest challenges involved attracting customers in the midst of a recession and growing the community bank's business in Las Vegas.
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