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Nevada Senate Leader: Go Slow on Budget Cuts

Posted: 10/26/2007 - Nevada Senate Majority Leader Bill Raggio says Gov. Jim Gibbons should not immediately cut university, mental health and child welfare spending and wait for the Legislature's consent before reducing state government agency budgets.

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'County Concludes Hazard Tree Removal Program'

Posted: 10/26/2007 - The El Dorado County Department of Environmental Management announced the completion of the Angora Fire hazard tree removal program. Under the program, 8,511 tons of hazard trees were removed from over 400 non-federal, non-state owned lots in the burn area.

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Lawyer of Reno Doctor Seeks NV First Lady Testimony

Posted: 10/26/2007 - A lawyer for a Reno doctor accused of trafficking illegal human growth hormone to patients is trying to force Nevada first lady Dawn Gibbons to testify in a federal trial that he claims stems from a politically motivated prosecution.

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Nevada Toll Road Discussion Renewed

Posted: 10/26/2007 - A proposal to allow for privatized toll roads as a way to help reduce a huge funding shortfall for Nevada highway projects died in the Legislature earlier this year - but lawmakers already are working on the idea for the 2009 session.

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Lawyer of Reno Doctor Seeks NV First Lady Testimony

Updated: 10/26/2007 - A lawyer for a Reno doctor accused of trafficking illegal human growth hormone to patients said Thursday he's trying to force Nevada first lady Dawn Gibbons to testify in a federal trial that he claims stems from a politically motivated prosecution.

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Trial Date Set in Battery and Assault Charges

Updated: 10/26/2007 - A January 28th trial date has been set for the former president of the Fallon Chamber of Commerce on charges of battery and assault with a daily weapon.

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Doctors Protest UnitedHealth-Sierra Health Deal in Nevada

Posted: 10/25/2007 - While state regulators have approved UnitedHealth Group's $2.6 billion purchase of Sierra Health Services Inc., Nevada's largest health insurer, the American Medical Association continued its fight against the deal during a congressional hearing Thursday.

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Downtown Reno Post Office Eyed For Emporium

Posted: 10/25/2007 - The Reno City Council is moving ahead with plans to buy the downtown U-S Post Office for conversion into an emporium with shops and restaurants.

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Suspect Arrested in In N' Out Robbery

Posted: 10/25/2007 - Reno Police have arrested the man who they say, tied-up employees at a popular burger joint at gunpoint over the weekend.

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Rickey Barge Awaits Extradition

Updated: 10/24/2007 - While the Darren Mack trial is finally underway, another local murder case is still in its very early stages. The man accused of killing UNR professor Judy Calder, is still in Mexican jail. Washoe County prosecutors sent out the final paperwork for Rickey Barge's extradition on Tuesday.

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Nevada Merchants' Taxable Sales Down In August

Posted: 10/24/2007 - A state report released Wednesday had more bad economic news - Nevada merchants sold $3.9 billion in goods during August for a 5.7 percent decline compared with the same month a year earlier.

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YMCA Of The Sierra: "Best Youth Sports Program"

Posted: 10/24/2007 - YMCA of the Sierra earned a reader’s choice award this week or “Best Youth Sports Program” in the Reno News & Review’s “Biggest Little Best of Northern Nevada” issue.

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Kemp Among 50 Candidates For Wooden Award

Posted: 10/24/2007 - Nevada senior Marcelus Kemp has been named one of 50 preseason candidates for the 2007-08 John R. Wooden Award recognizing the top college basketball player in the nation.

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Tahoe's High-End Home Market Flourishes

Posted: 10/24/2007 - Lake Tahoe's high-end housing market is flourishing, an island in a sea of struggles across much of northern Nevada, a Tahoe-based real estate firm said in a quarterly report.

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Federal Justice Grant Funds Approved For Reno Police

Posted: 10/24/2007 - The Reno City Council Wednesday approved grants totaling $596,872.00 to provide training and equipment for the Reno Police Department and to help fight methamphetamine use in the community.

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