Conor Shine

Reporter at the Las Vegas Sun

A Kansas native, Conor studied engineering at the University of Minnesota but switched to journalism because it was infinitely more fun. It was in his blood, too; he's a third-generation journalist. Conor worked for the Wichita Eagle and the St. Paul Pioneer Press before joining the Sun in 2011.

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Las Vegas is the wedding capital of the world. More than 128,000 couples got hitched in Vegas in 2004, but that number has dropped by more than a third in just a decade.

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Las Vegas is the wedding capital of the world. More than 128,000 couples got hitched in Vegas in 2004, but that number has dropped by more than a third in just a decade.

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