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Some Nevada Criminal Justice Reforms Move Ahead

Posted: 05/30/2007 - A bill to expand good-time credits and return some judicial discretion in sentencing moved forward Wednesday, but without some oversight provisions that inmate advocates wanted.

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Nevada Assembly Works on its Own Highway Funding Measure

Posted: 05/30/2007 - With only a few days left in the 2007 session, the Nevada Assembly is putting together its own proposal to divert taxes to pay for road projects - and a plan to let voters decide how to raise money to meet the state's burgeoning transportation needs.

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Convicted Reno Sex Offender Gets 33 Years

Posted: 05/30/2007 - An admitted sex offender convicted of raping a 10-year-old boy and using a county library computer to trade child pornography on the Internet was sentenced Wednesday to at least 33 years in prison.

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MacGregor Inn Standoff

Posted: 05/30/2007 - The standoff took place at the MacGregor Inn on East 6th Street last night. The suspect was wanted for an armed robbery at a Wal-Mart on 7th Street earlier that evening. After a couple hours of negotiations, the suspect surrendered himself peacefully.

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Reno Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash

Updated: 05/30/2007 - An 43-year-old Reno man was killed in a Memorial Day accident when his motorcycle collided with a sports utility vehicle on Pyramid Highway.

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Are Green Buildings Really Green?

Posted: 05/29/2007 - green buildings are all the rage...and seem to be popping up all over town...but is it just another environmental trend...one bound to fizzle out?

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Negotiators Announce Agreement on Final Nevada Budget

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Nevada lawmakers and Gov. Jim Gibbons announced a compromise Tuesday on a $7 billion state budget for the coming two fiscal years that, while a record amount, provides forno new taxes.

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Contact Solution Recall Not Due to Manufacturing Problem

Updated: 05/29/2007 - The company involved in a voluntary recall of a contact lens solution said Tuesday it stands by its product and blamed improper handling of contact lenses for the eye infections that forced the product to be pulled from the shelves.

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Investigators Probe Two Reno Fires

Posted: 05/29/2007 - Reno's fire and police investigators are calling two fires that broke out within ten minutes of each other at the same southwest Reno complex "very suspicious."

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New Wrinkle FIller

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Artefill received FDA approval last year. Its manufacturer is limiting the number of physicians who use the product. Artefill is designed for deep facial lines seen on the side of nose and mouth.

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Memorial Day

Updated: 05/29/2007 - A crowd of more than 500 gathered for what may be the area’s largest Memorial Day observance in Fernley.

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Meaning of Memorial Day

Updated: 05/29/2007 - Has the meaning of Memorial Day been lost in the sea of barbecues, parties and days in the sun? KOLO 8 asks locals what they think.

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Despite Need for Doctors, Med School Grads are Fleeing Nevada

Posted: 05/28/2007 - The vast majority of physicians who graduate from the University of Nevada School of Medicine are leaving the state do their residency training elsewhere, prompting officials to call for state funding to reverse the trend.

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Negotiators Reach Tentative Agreement on Final Nevada Budget

Updated: 05/28/2007 - Senate and Assembly negotiators have reached a tentative agreement on final terms of a record $7 billion Nevada budget for the coming two fiscal years, and were expected to outline the deal Monday afternoon.

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North Tahoe Body Believed to be Murder Victim

Posted: 05/28/2007 - Placer County deputies say their investigation into the death of a woman whose body was found in Tahoe Vista last week is turning into a murder probe.

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Lake Tahoe Drownings Prompt Warning

Posted: 05/27/2007 - SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, California (AP) - The U-S Coast Guard has issued a warning after last week's drowning of a man at Lake Tahoe.

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Invasive Species Threat at Tahoe?

Posted: 05/27/2007 - Officials at Lake Tahoe are concerned about the threat of an invasive aquatic species in the area. Tahoe Regional Planning Agency has declared a state of emergency to expedite planning and funding for the war against the Quagga Mussle.

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