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Term-Limit Debate Reaches High Court

Posted: 06/04/2008 - Debate over Nevada's term limits reached the state Supreme Court on Tuesday, as the state's attorney general asked the high court to end confusion over status of veteran officials who have served for 12 or more years and are seeking re-election.

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Less Water In Fernley Canal

Updated: 06/04/2008 - The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation's own risk assessment team recommended water flows at less than half the level currently flowing through an irrigation canal that broke and flooded about 600 homes in Fernley in January, an expert testified Tuesday.

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Chancellor Seeks Budget Talks

Posted: 06/03/2008 - The state's university-college chancellor called Tuesday for talks with Gov. Jim Gibbons, warning that the prospect of deep budget cuts would be "devastating" for Nevada's K-12 and higher education systems.

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Term-Limit Debate Reaches High Court

Updated: 06/03/2008 - Debate over Nevada's term limits reached the state Supreme Court on Tuesday, as the state's attorney general asked the high court to end confusion over status of veteran officials who have served for 12 or more years and are seeking re-election.

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Armed Robber ID

Posted: 06/03/2008 - Washoe County Sheriff's Office, along with Reno and Sparks police say they have surveillance of armed robber who hit four locations in May

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Gov. Team Originally Recommended Less Water in Fernley Canal

Updated: 06/03/2008 - The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation's own risk assessment team recommended water flows at less than half the level currently flowing through an irrigation canal that broke and flooded about 600 homes in Fernley in January, an expert testified Tuesday.

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Next Budget Target Called "Absurd"

Posted: 06/03/2008 - The state's schools have been told to prepare a budget for the next biennium which would reflect deep cuts that some educators say would require draconian mesures.

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Nevada Nuclear Dump Application Filed Tuesday

Posted: 06/03/2008 - Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman said Tuesday he's confident the government's license application to build a nuclear waste dump in Nevada will "stand up to any challenge anywhere."

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Medical Board Responds to Criticism

Updated: 06/03/2008 - The state Board of Medical Examiners has defended its investigation into a southern Nevada hepatitis outbreak, rejecting criticism from Gov. Jim Gibbons and several legislators that the panel's executive director moved too slowly on the probe.

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Clinton to Concede to Obama

Posted: 06/03/2008 - Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton will concede the delegate race when Barack Obama clinchhes the count.

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Senator Harry Reid Pushes Superdelegates

Posted: 06/03/2008 - Senator Harry Reid is asking the superdelegates to make a decision soon in who they will be voting for, while Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama wrap up their primary contests today.

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Vegas Seeks Rural Nevada Water

Posted: 06/03/2008 - Officials seeking more water for the booming Las Vegas area have requested a state hearing on the final piece of a massive pipeline project they plan to build to tap groundwater from rural Nevada.

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Nevada Sculptor's Work To Commemorate Tiananmen Square Event

Posted: 06/03/2008 - A southern Nevada sculptor plans to see a 20-foot statue he created unveiled Wednesday at a park near the U.S. Capitol to commemorate the 19th anniversary of pro-democracy protests that led to bloodshed in Beijing.

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Nuclear Dump Application Is Ready

Posted: 06/03/2008 - After years of delay, the Bush administration will submit a formal license application on Tuesday to build a nuclear waste dump at Yucca Mountain in Nevada, government officials have told The Associated Press.

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Less Bang for the Buck

Posted: 06/02/2008 - Price of ammuinition is up because of lead and copper prices.

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