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NATION
Indian casinos passVegas in overall take
k INDIAN GAMBLING pulled in $18.5 billion in 2004, nearly double the take for Nevada's gambling industry, as tribal casinos boomed ahead.
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LOCAL
Kimble pleads guiltyto 2 felony charges
k IN A CASE that attracted national attention over allegations of excessive police force, Lyndal Kimble of Warren pleaded guilty Tuesday to two felony charges. A charge of assault against him was dropped.
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Sept. 11 memorialin Austintown
k AN AUSTINTOWN MEMORIAL to victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks will include remnants from all three disaster sites.
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Three more file to run for mayor
k YOUNGSTOWN POLICE Chief Robert Bush; James Fortune Jr., Youngstown City Council president, and Councilman Michael Rapovy of the 5th Ward have all officially joined the race for mayor.
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FOOD
Succulent seafood
k SACRIFICING red meat during Lent does not mean you must sacrifice flavor, too. Today's Food page is loaded with succulent seafood ideas.
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BUSINESS
Pittsburgh airporttouts new assets
k PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT has installed an automated luggage handling system that has cut check-in time considerably. Officials say the airport continues to thrive, despite the significant downsizing of USAirways there.
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ENTERTAINMENT
New Castle mangains 'Tonight' fame
k STEVE MCGRANAHAN, a self-described strong man, was featured last week on a segment of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
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