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Lawsuit Filed Over Inmate Care In Nevada Prisons

Posted: 03/06/2008 - The American Civil Liberties filed a federal court lawsuit Thursday accusing the governor, other state officials and the Department of Corrections of denying adequate medical care to inmates at Nevada's maximum-security Ely State Prison.

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Army Charges Bakersfield Soldier In Fort Lewis Killings

Posted: 03/06/2008 - The Army on Thursday filed murder, burglary, kidnapping and obstruction of justice charges against a Fort Lewis soldier accused of killing two other soldiers at their home and kidnapping their baby.

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Second Pair of Panties Leads Police Closer to Finding Killer

Updated: 05/09/2010 - Reno police say a second pair of women's panties found with Brianna Denison's body had DNA belonging to her, a woman who lived with her and the serial rapist they believe strangled the 19-year-old college student.

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Hepatitis Outbreak Investigation

Updated: 03/06/2008 - State lawmakers try to find answers to the Hepatis A outbreak at the Endoscopy Center in Las Vegas.

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Reno Man Gets Life for Child Sexual Assault

Updated: 03/06/2008 - A man who lured two boys through the Internet and sexually assaulted one of them has been sentenced in Reno to two life terms in prison.

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Nevada Sets New Record With $5.7 Billion in Exports

Posted: 03/05/2008 - Exports from Nevada in 2007 reached $5.7 billion, up more than 4% over 2006 exports according to data released by the U.S. Department of Commerce and distributed through the Nevada Commission on Economic Development (NCED).

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Heller: No Decision On Wells Buildings

Posted: 03/05/2008 - Rep. Dean Heller's office said any decision on the future of earthquake-damaged buildings in the historical district of downtown Wells would be made by local health and safety officials - not the federal government.

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Sports Editor Ranson Named Editor Of Fallon Paper

Posted: 03/05/2008 - Steve Ranson, sports editor at the Lahontan Valley News and Fallon Eagle Standard, has been named the new editor of the northern Nevada newspaper, publisher Keven Todd said Wednesday.

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Neighbors Oppose Virginia Lake Development

Updated: 03/06/2008 - A zoning change request in South Reno has neighbors riled up. Reno-based development company called "M-T-K Limited" wants to re-zone an empty horse pasture near Virginia Lake, allowing them to build multi-family housing there.

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Nevada GOP Seeks McCain Unity, State Democrats Still Divided

Updated: 07/11/2008 - The Nevada GOP called Wednesday for unity behind John McCain now that he's Republican nominee for president, but key state Democrats remained split following Tuesday's primaries that kept Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in a tight race.

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Research Camera Spots Rare Wolverine in Sierra

Posted: 03/05/2008 - A research project aimed at martens has turned up a bigger prize: a picture of a wolverine - an elusive animal scientists thought had been driven out of the Sierra Nevada long ago by human activity.

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Heller: No Decision on Wells Buildings

Updated: 03/05/2008 - Rep. Dean Heller's office said any decision on whether earthquake-damaged buildings in the historical district of downtown Wells would be made by health and safety officials - not the federal government.

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School Lockdown

Posted: 03/05/2008 - Smithridge Elementary and Pine Middle School were locked down for about 90 minutes Wednesday morning. Witnesses say a student brought a toy gun to campus.

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Murphy, Tabish Lose Appeals In Ted Binion Silver Theft Case

Posted: 03/05/2008 - Sandy Murphy and Rick Tabish have lost Nevada Supreme Court bids to overturn their convictions for felony conspiracy, burglary and grand larceny in the theft of a silver fortune from Murphy's former live-in boyfriend, casino mogul Ted Binion.

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Female Teen In Sparks Accident

Posted: 03/05/2008 - A Sparks teenager is in intensive care at Renown after police say she lost control of her jeep and crashed late yesterday evening.

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Thousands Mourn Death of NHP Trooper

Updated: 03/06/2008 - Nevada's first woman law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty was remembered Wednesday as a devoted wife and loving mother as well as a "cop's cop" with a "tempered toughness" who was fearless in her job.

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