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Jay David Murphy

Citizen based in Safford, AZ, United States, United States. Joined on Jul 9, 2009



Update Hollywood J.J. Abrams directing Star Wars confirmed Disney

Star Trek director J.J. Abrams signed deal a on Thursday to direct Disney's new Star Wars film do in theaters in 2015. Abrams has his second Star Trek film 'Into the Darkness' scheduled for release May 17.

Leonard Nimoy says goodbye forever at Star Trek convention Special

Las Vegas - Saturday brought out the biggest crowd in recent memory in anticipation of Leonard Nimoy retiring from doing fan conventions.

Historical moments at the Las Vegas Official Star Trek Convention Special

Las Vegas - Friday Walter Koenig, Chekov talked about his star on the boulevard. Saturday Lenard Nimoy, Spock gave a tearful goodbye as he retires from conventions.

Star Trek Celebrates 45th year in Las Vegas Special

Las Vegas - Star Trek continues to go where no one has gone before, in Las Vegas, as the convention venue switches to the Rio Hotel after a decade at the Las Vegas Hilton August 11-14.

City Center set to open in Las Vegas Dec. 1 Special

It's been five years in the making from conception to completion and now the $9 billion Las Vegas Strip project City Center is set to open starting December 1 with the building opening following through December 24.

Early Saturday morning shooting in front of Caesars Palace Special

Shots were fired from a car at pedestrians in front of Caesars Palace on Las Vegas Boulevard early Saturday morning has heavy crowds travel up and down the Strip.

Black Friday strikes Las Vegas, dubious advertising confuses Special

Black Friday strikes Las Vegas with thousands of people heading to outlet malls, department stores, and electronic stores. Fry's Electronics brought in crowds at 5 a.m. with some questionable advertising.

Op-Ed: Senator Reid fights back against Las Vegas Review Journal

Where do we draw the line today? Is it news or opinion when a news organization take sides and chooses to enter one side of a political spectrum. The Las Vegas Review Journal has been spinning against Senator Reid and he is fighting back now.

Op-Ed: Review: 'Men Who Stare at Goats' fails to deliver Special

The new movie, "The Men Who Stare at Goats," had a lot of potential. However, the final product falls flat, despite a great script. Director Heslov and Editor Riegel have a lack of understanding what comedic tension is all about.

Op-Ed: A ghost story from the Vegas Strip

Every year at Halloween Taxi cab drivers on the Las Vegas Strip are paid a visit from ghosts from the Sin Cities past and get a fright on all hallows night.

Unemployment rocks U.S. Southwest

Unemployment is rocking the southwest part of the United States. Meanwhile, corporations like Oracle, that are doing just fine, are canceling conventions in Las Vegas just to keep the perception that they are not doing great in this economy.

Copper prices surge indicating signs of economic recovery

Copper prices hit a high on Friday of just over $3 a pound and is a strong indicator that economic recovery is at hand as construction and technologies have increased their demands.

10-year-old Mermaid girl dies in Maine

The 10-year-old Maine "mermaid girl" dies at the Maine Medical Center on Friday after a cold quickly turned to pneumonia.

Garth Brooks sells out 20 shows in Vegas in five hours

Garth Brooks returns to the stage. This time in a long term deal with Steve Wynn to appear at the Encore Theater starting in December just in time for the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.

World champion Monopoly winner crowned at Caesars in Vegas

The world champion Monopoly player won the final game at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas when his opponent landed on Pacific and North Carolina Avenue and could not afford the rent due.

Michelle Obama's video appeals to women on health care reform

Michelle Obama takes to the Internet to support her husband's proposed health care reform plans. She is appealing to women to support the President's plans.

US Attorney General Eric Holder tours Vegas Fusion Center Special

Senator Harry Reid hosted US Attorney General Eric Holder at the Las Vegas Fusion Counterterrorism Center Friday, taking a tour of the facilities and viewing some of the equipment that officers use.

Nevada's counter-terrorism center hosting agencies Saturday

Las Vegas Nevada continues to be a leading potential target for terrorists. Now the Fusion Center will pool expertise from a wide variety of counter-terrorist authorities.

President Obama passes on meeting with the Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama was in Washington this week meeting with politicians, scientists, and students. Notably missing from the schedule was President Obama who will meet with His Holiness after a November meeting with Chinese leader Hu Jintao.

U.S. Senate proposes 14-week unemployment extension

Two million Americans are facing a termination of unemployment benefits by the end of the year and Senate Democrats are racing to get a proposal done to extend benefits before the clock strikes midnight.
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