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Group Asks Nevada High Court to Decide Ballot Case

Updated: 05/19/2009 - With time running out, a group backed by the Culinary Workers Union is again asking the Nevada Supreme Court toorder two anti-redevelopment measures to be placed on the June 2 municipal ballot.

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Scooper's Drive-In Opens 2nd Location In Reno

Updated: 05/19/2009 - A Sparks institution is now part of Reno. "Scooper's Drive-in" opened a second restaurant in the Truckee Meadows Monday, after nearly thirty years of success in Sparks.

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Gibbons says Request to Meet with President Obama Turned Down

Updated: 05/19/2009 - Gov. Jim Gibbons said he was notified Monday that President Obama won't meet with him and some key Nevada business leaders, when Obama is in Las Vegas for a fundraiser, to discuss hardships faced by the state's tourism industry.

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What to Tax to Pay for Health Care?

Posted: 05/18/2009 - A federal soda pop tax. Higher levies on beer, wine and hard liquor. Taxing some health insurance benefits. Those are among the options the Senate is considering to pay for revamping health care.

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Domestic Violence Program Funding Approved

Posted: 05/18/2009 - A measure adding $5 to the cost of Nevada marriage licenses and official copies of marriage certificates, to help fund programs aimed at stopping domestic violence, was signed into law Monday by gov. Jim Gibbons.

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Witness Testifies in Bay Area Transit Shooting

Updated: 05/18/2009 - A former Bay Area transit officer charged with murdering an unarmed man on a train platform is back in court for a hearing expected to shed more light on the shooting.

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Another Day of Near or Record High Temperatures

Posted: 05/18/2009 - Northern Nevada could see another day of near or record high temperatures today. Records were broken yesterday in Lovelock and Yerington, where the mercury topped out at 97 degrees. Reno hit 95, one degree shy of the record set last year.

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Report: Revenue and Jobs Decline at US Casinos

Posted: 05/18/2009 - A report by the national gambling industry's trade association says revenue and jobs fell last year as Americans became less willing to risk their money.

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Fat Cat Adoption Days

Updated: 05/18/2009 - It’s Fat Cat Adoption Days at the Nevada Humane Society. From May 12th through the 20th, $20 gets you a plus size Feline.

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Trial for White Supremicist Gang Members to Start

Updated: 05/17/2009 - Federal authorities say members of a white supremacist prison gang are expected to disrupt the federal trial of six members and associates who face racketeering charges.

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Two Shot at Sparks Party

Updated: 05/17/2009 - Sparks Police responded to a party on Grace Court early Saturday where two people were shot. Police say a fight broke out, and a 26-year-old male and a 15-year-old female both sustained gunshot wounds.

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Tax Plan Outlined

Posted: 05/16/2009 - Nevada lawmakers, working Saturday on a revenue plan that already includes higher payroll taxes to help fill a $1.1 billion budget hole, reviewed other options such as increased sales taxes and business and vehicle fees.

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Abandoned Car Prompts Investigation

Updated: 05/16/2009 - Authorities are searching for the owners of an abandoned car that was found in the residential area of Curnow Canyon road. The car had apparently been abandoned for a few weeks.

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Police Investigate Suspicious Death

Updated: 05/16/2009 - Washoe County Sheriff’s Detectives are investigating a suspicious death of a 45-year-old Sun Valley man who was found dead in a home in the 8000 block of Chimney dr early Saturday morning. Police found two female adults at the residence.

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Ensign Tours Gitmo; Says it Should Stay Open

Posted: 05/15/2009 - Nevada Sen. John Ensign said Friday that he sees no need to close the controversial prison at Guantanamo Bay until the war on terror ends, but he acknowledged the detention center had damaged the U.S. image abroad.

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Study: Tahoe May Be Overdue for Large Earthquake

Posted: 05/15/2009 - Two new studies suggest the Lake Tahoe region has gone longer than usual without a large earthquake and may be due for a magnitude-7 temblor capable of spawning a tsunami that could flood shoreline communities.

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GM Eliminating about 1,100 Dealer Franchises

Posted: 05/15/2009 - Unlike Chrysler, GM has no plans to make public their list of terminated franchises. It is unknown which, if any, dealerships in northern Nevada will be affected by the decision.

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