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Court Case on Casino Tax Ends

Updated: 06/16/2008 - A Nevada Supreme Court appeal involving a plan to raise casino taxes was dismissed Monday following a deal last month by a teachers union to forgo its initiative petition in favor of increased room taxes.

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Governor Wants Report in Advance of Session

Updated: 06/16/2008 - Gov. Jim Gibbons has told Nevada's Economic Forum to update state revenue projections in advance of a special session that convenes next week to take money-saving steps that could include delayed pay raises for government workers and educators.

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Domestic Partner Benefit Rule Deferred

Posted: 06/16/2008 - A Nevada legislative panel on Monday held up a regulation that would extend health insurance benefits for state employees to domestic partners, including those of the same sex.

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Report on Fatal '07 Copter Crash Near Fallon NAS

Posted: 06/16/2008 - One of the factors that led to a U.S. Navy helicopter crash that killed five crew members in northern Nevada last year was a commanding officer's decision to skip a safety briefing before the training flight, a new investigative report says.

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Imlay Women Dies In Wreck On I-80

Updated: 06/16/2008 - The Nevada Patrol has identified a person killed in a single-car rollover on Interstate 80 as a 65-year-old Imlay woman.

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Reno Bus Drivers Reject Contract Proposal

Posted: 06/16/2008 - Reno-area bus drivers overwhelming rejected a contract offer from Transit Management of Washoe, but both sides say workers will remain on the job while talks continue.

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Same-sex Couples in California Get Married

Updated: 06/16/2008 - Dozens of gay couples were married Monday after a landmark ruling making California the second state to allow same-sex nuptials went into effect.

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Public Still Opposes Yucca Mountain Project

Posted: 06/16/2008 - A newspaper poll shows that most Nevada voters want to fight government plans to build a national nuclear waste dump outside Las Vegas.

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Churchill County Re-Examines Student Dress Code

Posted: 06/16/2008 - After considering the idea of school uniforms for students, Churchill County School District officials said they're now seeking better enforcement of the existing dress code by local schools.

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Newspaper Poll Shows Nev. Split For McCain, Obama

Posted: 06/16/2008 - Voters in Nevada were essentially split between presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama with about 14 percent of likely voters undecided, according to a newspaper poll.

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Groups Worry About Nevada's Tougher Admission Standards

Posted: 06/15/2008 - NAACP and American Civil Liberties Union officials have expressed concern over tougher admission standards at Nevada's two universities, citing a report that shows they have caused a drop in minority enrollment.

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Churchill County Re-Examines Student Dress Code

Posted: 06/15/2008 - After considering the idea of school uniforms for students, Churchill County School District officials say they're now seeking better enforcement of the existing dress code by local schools.

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Newspaper Poll Shows Nev. Split For McCain, Obama

Updated: 06/15/2008 - A newspaper poll shows that voters in Nevada are split between presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama, with about 14 percent of likely voters undecided.

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Senator Assails Solar Industry

Posted: 06/14/2008 - Breaking with an industry that is growing in importance in Nevada, Sen. John Ensign is griping about a solar power lobbying campaign aimed at extending alternative energy tax credits.

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Documents: Ex-Washoe County Official Admitted To Crimes

Updated: 06/15/2008 - A former Washoe County water engineer accused of embezzling more than $2 million from the county water division and gambling more than $1 million at a local casino admitted to the crimes in a letter to his family, according to court documents.

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Freshmen Enrollment Dips At Nevada Universities

Posted: 06/14/2008 - According to a report, overall enrollment of first-time freshmen dropped at Nevada's two universities after tougher admission standards took effect in 2006, with minorities affected the most.

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