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200,000 May Be Dead in Haiti Quake

Updated: 01/19/2010 - The staggering scope of Haiti's nightmare came into sharper focus Monday as authorities estimated 200,000 dead and 1.5 million homeless in the quake-ravaged heart of this tragic land, where injured survivors still died in the streets, doctors pleaded for help and looters slashed at one another in the rubble.

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Stead, Pinkney Win Top Children's Book Awards

Posted: 01/18/2010 - Rebecca Stead's "When You Reach Me" and Jerry Pinkney's "The Lion and the Mouse," two highly praised books for young people that draw upon famous stories, have received the top prizes in children's literature.

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Leno Anticipates Return To 11:30, Lauds O'Brien

Posted: 01/18/2010 - Jay Leno turned serious on his show to discuss the late-night chaos at NBC, telling viewers that he'd been doubtful about launching a prime-time show but was prevented by NBC from going to another network instead.

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Minden Firm's Product Key In Haiti Relief

Updated: 01/19/2010 - A warehouse in a snow storm in Minden may seen a strange place to begin the struggle to get clean water to earthquake stricken Haiti, but that's where many on the front lines of that struggle are turning.

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King Day of Service

Updated: 01/19/2010 - Monday would have been Rev. Martin Luther King's 81st birthday. It was also the 25thfederal observance of the holiday in his honor.

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Federal Judge Grants Stay of Nevada Execution

Posted: 01/18/2010 - A federal judge in Nevada has called off the Feb. 1 execution of a condemned prison inmate who came within 34 minutes of being put to death in 2005.

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Busy Week of Weather Ahead

Updated: 01/18/2010 - A series of storms are expected to move through the Sierra this week, leaving residents with quite a bit of wet, snowy weather, and road controls throughout the mountain areas.

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More Troops, Aid Go to Haiti, but Hunger Persists

Posted: 01/18/2010 - Troops, doctors and aid workers flowed into Haiti on Monday even while victims of the quake that killed an estimated 200,000 people still struggled to find a cup of water or a handful of food.

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Civil Rights Icon King Remembered in Hometown

Updated: 01/18/2010 - A scholar and activist invoked the fiery side of Martin Luther King Jr.'s rhetoric Monday at the civil rights icon's church, urging the audience not to "sanitize" King's legacy or let the president off the hook on issues like poverty.

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Nevada Commission Recommends Prison Changes

Posted: 01/18/2010 - A government efficiency commission is calling for Gov. Jim Gibbons to close the high-cost Ely State Prison and Lovelock Correctional Center and build new prisons for the state near Reno and Las Vegas instead.

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Cameron's `Avatar' Wins Best Drama Honor at Globes

Updated: 01/18/2010 - The Golden Globes gave top honors to James Cameron's "Avatar" and took its cue from the film's celebration of humanity, with winners ranging from the gritty child-abuse drama "Precious" to freewheeling comedy "the Hangover."

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Nevada Ranks 50th in Education Survey

Posted: 01/17/2010 - An annual survey by Education Week magazine ranks Nevada 50th in the nation for the quality of its public K-12 education.

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Bankruptcy Court Filings Jump in Nevada

Posted: 01/17/2010 - Bankruptcy filings in Nevada jumped in 2009 as businesses and individuals struggled with foreclosures and unemployment, and figures for the first two weeks of the new year show no signs of a letup.

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