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Titus Works on Passing Cervical Cancer Vaccine Bill

Posted: 04/18/2007 - Nevada's Senate minority leader says she'll try to amend her bill requiring most insurance providers to make a cervical cancer vaccine available to young women, in an effort to ensure the measure doesn't die in the Senate.

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Last-Minute Payers Using Intuit Software Swamp e-filing Servers

Posted: 04/18/2007 - The Internal Revenue Service said Wednesday it would not impose late fees for users of the popular TurboTax and ProSeries software who missed the tax-filing deadline because Intuit Inc.'s servers became overwhelmed by a flood of last-minute returns.

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Lawmakers Consider Alternatives to Prison Growth

Posted: 04/18/2007 - Nevada lawmakers were told Tuesday that the state's prison population is projected to jump 61 percent over the next decade - but with the right policies, they can put a dent in that growth.

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Snow Covers Blaze in Washoe Valley

Posted: 04/18/2007 - Snow became an ally to firefighters yesterday when a wildfire broke out at the south end of Washoe Valley. The flames blackened about 100 acres and moved within 100 feet of some ranch homes.

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Walker River Tribe Pulls Permission for Yucca Mountain Rail Line

Updated: 04/18/2007 - A federal proposal to ship nuclear waste to Yucca Mountain along a western Nevada rail corridor has been dealt a blow, after the Walker River Paiute Tribe withdrew its permission to use a route through its reservation.

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Gas Prices Take Another Big Jump

Posted: 04/17/2007 - It's a bad time to have to fill your gas tank in Nevada -- especially in the Reno-Sparks-Carson City area. Prices are up anywhere from 19 cents a gallon to 41 cents in just one month.

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Virginia Tech Massacre

Posted: 04/17/2007 - The gunman in the Virginia Tech massacre was a sullen loner who alarmed professors and classmates with his twisted, blood-drenched creative writing and left a rambling note in his dorm room raging against women and rich kids.

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Nevada Campuses Pay Respects to V.T. Massacre Victims

Posted: 04/17/2007 - Student leaders at the University of Nevada, Reno planned a candlelight vigil at the student union Tuesday evening to express sympathy to the victims as well as members of the Virginia Tech community "who are enduring this tragedy," said Shannon Ellis, UNR vice president of student services.

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Loyalton Fire

Posted: 04/17/2007 - Four agencies teamed up to fight a stubborn fire in Loyolton Tuesday afternoon. The fuel piles at the Sierra Industries Co-generation plant caught fire around eleven this morning. Despite the gusting winds, Loyalton Fire Department and three nearby fire agencies have contained the fire after a nearby barn was destroyed.

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Vegas Water Pipeline Cost-Effectiveness

Posted: 04/17/2007 - A state water engineer decision cutting the amount of water Las Vegas would be able to draw from rural Nevada raised concerns from a regional analyst about the financial viability of a massive pipeline that would be built for the project.

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Assembly Passes Bill with Bail Hold on DUI Arrests

Posted: 04/17/2007 - The Nevada Assembly passed 48 bills Monday, including a measure requiring people arrested for a DUI to stay in jail until their blood-alcohol level drops or, if they took drugs, for 12 hours.

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Sparks Council Hears Final Report on City Attorney Investigation

Posted: 04/17/2007 - The Sparks City Council is closer to a decision on the controversy surrounding City Attorney Chet Adams. It has received the final review on the investigation into allegations of misconduct against Adams and voted today to continue the discussion until next month.

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Reid says Bush, Cheney Isolated in Iraq Thinking

Posted: 04/17/2007 - Senator Harry Reid says the president and vice president are isolated in their thinking about the war in Iraq and are failing the troops and the country. The Nevada Democrat's remarks came as President Bush urged Congress to extend the war without calling troops home.

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Sparks City Council opposes Yucaa rail route

Posted: 04/17/2007 - Transporting nuclear waste by rail to Yucca Mountain through Reno and Sparks could adversely affect tourism in the area even if there never is an accident. That was the message the Sparks City Council heard Monday from Bob Loux, the executive director of Nevada's Agency for Nuclear Projects.

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Major Nevada Water-Pumping Decision Released

Posted: 04/17/2007 - A plan to pump billions of gallons of rural groundwater from a rural valley to Las Vegas was cut to less than half the requested amount and approved Monday by the state's water engineer.

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Inmate Escape

Posted: 04/16/2007 - Prison Officials are looking for an inmate who walked away from custody this afternoon near Carson City and may be in Reno. Authorities say Jahmal Patterson escaped from the Steward Conservation Camp around 1:40.

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Police car Rammed During High-Speed Chase Through Reno

Posted: 04/16/2007 - A 22-year-old man is under arrest following a high-speed chase on South Virginia Street in which a Reno police car was rammed. The pursuit began Saturday morning after a Reno officer saw a man run two red lights at an estimated speed of 70 miles an hour on South Virginia.

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2007 Nevada Legislature Starts 11th Week

Posted: 04/16/2007 - The 11th week of the 2007 Nevada Legislature opens tomorrow with hearings on measures dealing with the death penalty, medical care for indigents and the makeup of the state Environmental Commission.

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Protecting Pets from Traps

Posted: 04/16/2007 - A citizens' group, concerned after at least two dogs became caught in traps around Reno this past winter, is pressing state wildlife officials to prohibit trapping within 200 feet of designated hiking trails.

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Panel Decides to Tear Down Virginia Street Bridge

Posted: 04/16/2007 - A historic downtown Reno bridge should be torn down and replaced with a new bridge to enhance Truckee River flood control efforts, a coalition of local officials decided.

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