Las Vegas Sun story claiming victory in Review-Journal litigation omits major point

State judge upheld finding that Sheldon Adelson’s paper didn’t operate unfairly or in bad faith

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Dueling newspaper stories prove worth of Las Vegas JOA

Were the suing-each-other Las Vegas Review-Journal and Las Vegas Sun covering the same hearing about themselves?

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In Las Vegas, no honor among newspaper co-monopolists

After decades enjoying antitrust immunity, Las Vegas Sun sues partner Las Vegas Review-Journal on antitrust grounds

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Battling Las Vegas newspaper scorpions sink 11% in one year

Circulation of Las Vegas Review-Journal and Las Vegas Sun, who are suing one another, continues steep fall

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Las Vegas Sun versus Las Vegas Review-Journal: Two scorpions battle in a sinking bottle

Long-running lawsuit between the two erupts in dueling editorials.

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‘What’s it like living in Las Vegas?’

Families lead normal lives, with kids who play soccer matches and parents who watch them

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Las Vegas contingent falters on Forbes 400 list

Two drop off, while most still on trail gains of peers

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Las Vegas as observed by Tom Wolfe in 1964

Writer called Sin City “a resort for old people”

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Las Vegas exhibit to open for war criminal John C. Frémont

By massacring Indians and Latinos, he helped open the West to gringos.

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Las Vegas news media scene remains weak

Top newspaper sat on explosive Steve Wynn story for 20 years, and other tales

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On Las Vegas ethical standards

Convention boss is upset a newspaper reporter tried to visit a worker at home

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If Trump wants more coverage of crime, come to Las Vegas

Local media serve up plenty of stories

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A copy desk decline in Las Vegas

As an old newsie–four and a half decades as a journalist, much of that in newspapers–I especially have found the decline of the traditional print media to be a sad thing to watch. The outlets generally have fewer staffers, especially … Continue reading

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