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Officials Say Buses In Reno Facing Service Cuts

Updated: 08/24/2008 - RENO, Nev. (AP) - Regional Transportation Commission officials say people can expect bus service cuts of up to 25 percent if a ballot question fails in the November election.

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Pipebombs detonated in Reno

Posted: 08/23/2008 - RENO, Nev. (AP) - Police say three homemade pipe bombs have been detonated south of downtown Reno.

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Nev. State Senator Diagnosed With Cancer

Posted: 08/23/2008 - LAS VEGAS (AP) - A Nevada state senator says he's been diagnosed with nasal cancer. State Sen. John Lee, a Democrat from North Las Vegas, says he is undergoing intensive treatment for the growth discovered in his nasal cavity.

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Reid Plans To Sign Truckee River Water Plan

Posted: 08/23/2008 - RENO, Nev. (AP) - U.S. Sen. Harry Reid says he will attend a September signing of a water-sharing agreement aimed at settling a century of disputes between Nevada and California.

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Obama Picks Biden

Updated: 08/24/2008 - Delaware Senator Picked As VP Candidate

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Governor's Divorce Poses Questions

Posted: 08/22/2008 - Governor's efforts to close divorce case and proceedings seems logical to some, problematic to others.

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Volunteers Sign Up to Save Sierra Lake's Fish

Posted: 08/22/2008 - More than 100 people have volunteered to help save thousands of fish, including many trophy-size lunkers, in a scenic Sierra lake that's being lowered from about 55 feet to just 11 feet so that dam repairs can be made.

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Nevada's Objection to Nuke Dump Application Tossed

Posted: 08/22/2008 - Regulators have rejected a petition by the state of Nevada against the federal government's license application for a nuclear waste dump 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas.

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McLaughlin Will Not Play For Wolf Pack

Posted: 08/22/2008 - Wolf Pack Coach Mark Fox announced Friday that incoming freshman Mark McLaughlin will not be attending UNR this fall.

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Nev. Voters Support Upping Hotel Room Tax

Posted: 08/22/2008 - Nearly two-thirds of likely Nevada voters support a proposal to increase the hotel room tax to generate more money for public education, according to a new poll paid for by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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3 Dead in Small Plane Crash Near Vegas

Posted: 08/22/2008 - A fire official three people are dead after an experimental aircraft crashed into a house near the North Las Vegas Airport.

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Sparks City Layoffs

Updated: 08/22/2008 - Sparks City Manager Shaun Carey announced the layoff of 13 City of Sparks employees in the Community Development Department today. This is the second round of layoffs in the department since March and is the result of two years of declining development revenues.

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State Senate Chooses New Leader

Updated: 08/22/2008 - The newly elected president pro tem, a Democrat, will take over when lawmakers begin their 2009 session in December.

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Gambling Addictions - Sickness or Choice?

Updated: 08/22/2008 - Behind bars for the past four years, Rodney Landingham has been mourning the charmed life he once had playing football for the Nevada Wolf Pack.

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More Arguments Loom in Governor's Divorce

Updated: 08/22/2008 - Governor Gibbons and first lady Dawn spent 3 hours in a closed conference with the judge in their divorce Thursday. There were reportedly some agreements, but issues raised by the governor's public comments promise more argument.

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Helicopters Practice at Renown

Updated: 08/21/2008 - Meidcal helicopters practice taking off and landing at Renown Medical Centers new helistop

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Anti-Waste Panel Outlines Proposals

Posted: 08/21/2008 - A panel formed by Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons to reduce government waste has come up with a tentative list of suggestions, including some consolidation of state agency duties and closure of a Washington, D.C., lobbying office.

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