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Nevada Near Bottom in New Education Report

Updated: 01/09/2007 - Nevada ranks 43rd out of 50 states in preparing students for success in school and future careers, according to an Education Week magazine assessment released Wednesday.

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Democrats Take Control of Congress

Updated: 01/04/2007 - Sen. Harry Reid took the reins of the notoriously unwieldy Senate, promising to "work in a bipartisan basis in an open fashion to solve the problems of the American people." Addressing his colleagues Thursday afternoon, Reid vowed to get the Senate back on track after an unproductive past two years.

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Legends at Sparks Marina

Updated: 01/05/2007 - Gov. Kenny Guinn has cleared the way for special bonds to be issued to help finance a shopping center with restaurants night clubs and destination retail stores at the Sparks Marina.

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Family of Fallen Soldier Loses Home

Updated: 01/05/2007 - The family of a Sun Valley marine, killed in Iraq this summer is now facing another devastating loss. A fire Wednesday, destroyed their home and even damaged items that once belonged to Lance Corporal Jeremy Long.

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Winter Storm Blows Into The Sierra

Updated: 01/04/2007 - Chains or snow tires are required this across the mountain passes in the Sierra, and forecasters say travel will only get worse before it gets better.

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Gibbons Appointee Quit as Reno Cop Amid 1999 Internal Probe

Updated: 01/04/2007 - Phil Galeoto, named Monday by Gov. Jim Gibbons as head of the Nevada Department of Public Safety, resigned in 1999 from the Reno Police Department amid an internal affairs probe into his failure to enter arrest warrants into a police computer.

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Washoe County Officials Sworn In

Posted: 01/03/2007 - Washoe County officials began a new term with the swearing in of elected officials. Sheriff Mike Haley and Republican Assessor Josh Wilson, both newly elected in November, were among those who took the oath of office Tuesday during a ceremony in the county commission chambers.

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German Muslim with American Family Detained

Posted: 01/03/2007 - A German businessman of Syrian descent was detained for four days in a Las Vegas holding cell before being sent back home without explanation.

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Mack Divorce

Updated: 01/04/2007 - A lawyer for the estate of Charla Mack wants a judge to impose a divorce settlement that was being negotiated with her estranged husband, who is accused of stabbing her to death in June.

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McQueen Band

Posted: 01/03/2007 - Last weekend's Fiesta Bowl wasn't all about football. Reno's McQueen High School band returned with a first-place win in its category at the Fiesta Bowl Parade in Phoenix. The 130 member band also took third-place overall in the parade that included 21 other bands from across the nation.

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University Inn Will Become Student Housing

Posted: 01/02/2007 - The University Inn on the campus of the University of Nevada, Reno is being renovated for student housing. The inn, owned by UNR, was used to house visiting professors, guests and judges attending the National Judicial College.

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Jim Gibbons Sworn In

Updated: 01/03/2007 - Nevada Governor Jim Gibbons and other newly elected state officials were sworn in again - the third time in two days for Gibbons and the second for many others - in another inaugural ceremony Tuesday.

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Reno Road Closures

Posted: 12/31/2006 - Some main streets in downtown Reno are closed, and will remain that way until two Monday morning.

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Eight DUI Arrests On New Year's Eve

Updated: 01/02/2007 - Reno police arrested eight people for driving under the influence on New Year's Eve. Officers were out in force, making numerous traffic stops throughout the night to try to keep roadways safe.

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Saddam Hussein Executed in Iraq

Updated: 12/30/2006 - In the end, Saddam Hussein died at the hands of those he brutalized during a bloody regime that led Iraq into two disastrous wars with the United States and left the country and its people in utter chaos. The 69-year-old former dictator, clutching a Quran, struggled as he was taken from his cell but regained his composure as he was being led to the execution room wearing a black hat, jacket and trousers. He refused to have a hood placed over his head when executed before dawn for crimes against humanity.

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Gwyn's Background

Updated: 12/29/2006 - The Reno Police Records Division said Danny Gwyn, who was involved in a standoff with authorities, was arrested for solicitation for sex in 1995. Court records also state he was later made a guardian of a 6-year-old girl.

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Paramedics Stand In at Stand Off

Posted: 12/29/2006 - The team has responded to more than one-hundred incidents including the standoff yesterday in Lemmon Valley. They train and work with local SWAT teams and go into the high risk areas...but they don't carry guns.

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Phone Records Subpoenaed in Alleged Gibbons Assault

Posted: 12/29/2006 - Investigators are looking at telephone records in a probe of whether Gov.-elect Jim Gibbons or others tried to quash a Las Vegas cocktail waitress' claim that Gibbons assaulted her three weeks before the election, officials said.

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Sparks City Attorney

Posted: 12/29/2006 - An attempt to force a recall election for the Sparks city attorney has fallen far short of its goal. A group of Sparks residents who are against a proposed Pyramid Highway casino gathered 857 signatures on recall petitions. It needed more than 7,700.

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Wife Speaks Out

Updated: 12/29/2006 - The wife of the standoff suspect, in Lemmon Valley, is speaking out only to News Channel 8 about today's events.

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