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Official Sees Budget Solution

Updated: 05/23/2008 - Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki outlined a plan Thursday to erase three-quarters of the state's nearly $1 billion revenue shortfall by selling bonds that would be redeemed with payments Nevada now gets from the tobacco industry.

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Ten Renown Employees Laid Off

Updated: 05/23/2008 - About 10 employees at Renown Medical Center have been laid off in the past week, and there's a fear more layoffs will come.

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What Makes Up the Price of a Gallon of Gas?

Updated: 05/22/2008 - Consider the game of chicken that plays out every day across Pennsylvania State Highway 441. In Marietta, where the road hugs the Susquehanna River, a Rutter's Farm Store gas station stands on one side, a Sheetz gas station on the other.

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Mosquito Abatement Begins Thursday

Updated: 05/22/2008 - The Washoe County District Health Department's mosquito abatement programs took to the skies Thursday.

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City, Fire Fighters Decide Move

Updated: 05/22/2008 - Crews and engines from Reno's downtown Fire Station will move to temporary quarters next week, but it won't be their last move.

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Every 15 Minutes

Posted: 05/21/2008 - Students at Incline High School watched classmates as they were pulled from a fatal accident this morning. !t was part of a program called "Every 15 Minutes." The realistic scene is designed to shock students into thinking before they get behind the wheel.

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Human Remains Found North of Fallon

Posted: 05/21/2008 - The Churchill County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the discovery of partially buried human remains. The remains were found on Monday the 19th, about 27 miles north of Fallon and a half mile east of US 95.

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Oil Prices Pass $133 After Report of Supply Drop

Posted: 05/21/2008 - Runaway oil prices blew past $130 a barrel for the first time Wednesday and kept going, while gasoline prices persisted in their own relentless climb, rising above $3.80 a gallon. Supply worries, rising demand and a slumping dollar are conspiring to make filling up the car - and paying for just about everything else - a growing burden for Americans.

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Crisis Could Result in Special Session

Updated: 05/21/2008 - Gov. Jim Gibbons could call a special legislative session to help deal with Nevada's growing state budget crisis, but a spokesman said Wednesday that scheduled pay raises for state workers and teachers wouldn't be targeted as a way to save money.

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CA, NV Pool Resources to Combat Bear Problems at Tahoe

Posted: 05/21/2008 - Responding to last year's record number of problems reported with bears in the Lake Tahoe Basin, state wildlife officials in California and Nevada announced a new agreement Wednesday to pool their resources to try to minimize the conflicts this summer.

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Taming the Wild Progress

Updated: 05/21/2008 - Follow-up with Saunya Bolton assigned to train a wild mustang off the range and in the show ring in 90 days.

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Teachers, Casinos Agree On New Tax Idea

Posted: 05/21/2008 - The teachers' union did not submit signed initiative petitions for a hike in the gaming tax by Tuesday's deadline, but it wasn't because they said they lacked the signatures. Instead, they and 3 of the big gaming companies agreed on an alternative.

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Mormon Crickets Slowly Jumping In

Updated: 05/21/2008 - Mormon crickets are on the march in northeast Nevada but experts say the 8-year-old infestation appears to be continuing a slow decline.

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Senator Ted Kennedy Released From Hospital

Updated: 05/21/2008 - Massachusetts Senator Edward Kennedy has been released from the hospital. He is heading to his Cape Cod home after being diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor.

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Nevada Assemblywoman Charged With Stabbing Husband

Updated: 05/21/2008 - State Assemblywoman Frances Allen, of Las Vegas, faces a felony charge of stabbing her new husband in the arm with a steak knife and then telling him to call his mother after he asked for help with the wound, according to a police report.

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Gibbons Visits Iraq

Updated: 05/21/2008 - Governor Jim Gibbons, who went to Iraq to meet with Nevadans on duty there and to be briefed by U.S. military officials, said Tuesday that he wanted to ensure that the troops know "our entire state is standing behind them."

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