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VA Settles Lawsuit with Wiccans Over Grave Markers

Updated: 04/23/2007 - Wiccans will be allowed to have the symbol of their religion placed on grave markers in national cemeteries under a lawsuit settlement with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced Monday.

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Off-Roading Death

Updated: 04/23/2007 - Washoe County authorities say a man died when his Jeep apparently overturned on Eagle Canyon Road west of Spanish Springs High School.

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Capital City Residents Clean Up

Updated: 04/22/2007 - In many ways, Carson City is still a small town. But graffiti vandalism, a crime once considered a big city problem, has also become an issue there. Now residents are coming together to clean it up.

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Republican Caucus in Nevada Moved Up

Posted: 04/22/2007 - The Nevada Republican Caucus in 2008 has been moved up...to the same day which Democrats hold their own Caucus.

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Lazy 8 Decision

Updated: 04/22/2007 - A lawsuit has been dismissed in the controversial Lazy 8 Project.

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Improved Mass Communications for UNR?

Updated: 04/21/2007 - In light of Thursday night's campus shutdown, University of Nevada, Reno Officials are planning to beef up the mass communication system at the school.

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Assembly Votes to Reinstate 'guilty but mentally ill' Plea

Posted: 04/20/2007 - The Nevada Assembly voted unanimously Friday for a bill reinstating a "guilty but mentally ill" plea, a response to the case of a Las Vegas man who was found innocent by reason of insanity for killing a friend and has since recovered at a mental health facility.

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UNR Classes Resume Today

Updated: 04/23/2007 - Campus is open today and classes have resumed, following yesterday's lockdown. The man responsible, 27 year old Michael Sheriff was arrested yesterday in Carson City.

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Reid: Blame Republicans for Medicare Drug Prices

Posted: 04/19/2007 - Senate Republicans aligned with big pharmaceutical and insurance companies are standing in the way of the government negotiating cheaper drug prices for Medicare recipients, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Thursday.

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Senate Passes Bill on Cervical Cancer Vaccine

Updated: 04/20/2007 - The Nevada Senate voted Thursday to pass a bill that would force insurance companies to provide a new cervical cancer vaccine. Senators voted 14-7 in favor of Democrat-sponsored SB409, with Republicans casting the opposing votes. The measure now moves to the Assembly for final legislative action.

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Sessions and Kemp Declare for Draft

Updated: 04/20/2007 - Nevada junior guards Marcelus Kemp and Ramon Sessions will make them themselves available for the 2007 NBA Draft selection process but will not hire agents, Wolf Pack Head Coach Mark Fox announced Thursday.

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Recall of Magnetic Toy Sets is Doubled

Posted: 04/19/2007 - Mega Brands is recalling four million sets of toys, including all of the Magnetix sets, after one child had died and four others were seriously injured after they swallowed the magnets.

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Lawmakers Skeptical About Budget evisions

Posted: 04/19/2007 - Skeptical Nevada lawmakers demanded Thursday that the Gibbons administration prove its claim that a projected revenue shortfall of nearly $137 million has been erased by a series of budget cuts and recalculations.

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Voting frenzy as Nevada lawmakers Near Another Deadline

Posted: 04/19/2007 - The Nevada Legislature voted on dozens of bills Wednesday, including an Assembly measure that says judges can seal court records only under certain conditions, including when disclosure would pose a danger to the public interest.

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Doolittle Resigning Committee Post After Raid

Posted: 04/19/2007 - Rep. John Doolittle has decided to temporarily give up his House Appropriations Committee seat after FBI agents searched his house in a congressional influence-peddling investigation.

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Proposed Nevada Budget in the Black with Revisions

Posted: 04/19/2007 - A projected revenue shortfall of nearly $137 million has been erased with a series of cuts and recalculations of Nevada's budget needs for the coming two fiscal years, state Budget Director Andrew Clinger said Wednesday.

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Escaped Inmate Found

Updated: 04/19/2007 - An escaped inmate was found in Washoe County during a routine traffic stop Thursday morning. He's being held in the Washoe County Jail.

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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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