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Police: Reno Man Plotted Wife's Death With Hit Man

Posted: 07/25/2007 - A Reno man with six children has been arrested on charges he tried to hire a hit man to kill his wife so he could avoid a messy divorce and live with his boyfriend.

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Crews Making Progress on Nevada Wildfires

Posted: 07/25/2007 - Firefighters have contained a complex of wildfires burning west of Elko. And they're making progress today on three other large fire complexes, including one that has burned nearly 900 square miles in northeast Nevada and Idaho.

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Obama to Elko next month; UNR prez forum Aug. 22

Posted: 07/25/2007 - Senator Barack Obama plans a campaign stop in rural Elko in early August. And he and the other top three Democratic presidential candidates are being courted to attend a forum later in the month at the University of Nevada, Reno.

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Warming study: Reno, Las Vegas Show Temperature Gains

Updated: 07/25/2007 - Nevada is among the states with the most dramatic increase in average temperatures the last 30 years, according to a new study that examines the impact of global warming across the country.

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Nevada's High School Dropout Rate Worst in Nation

Posted: 07/25/2007 - Nevada has the worst high-school dropout rate in the nation and ranks 33rd in the nation overall in a national report measuring 10 key areas related to the health and economic prospects of children.

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Landmine Detection

Posted: 07/25/2007 - Landmines and improvised explosive devices continue to exact a heavy toll in war zones like Iraq. But they are difficult to find and destroy before they can kill. Now local scientists have joined in the effort to change that.

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New Nevada Homeland Security Chief Named

Posted: 07/25/2007 - Rick Eaton, a federal law enforcement veteran who's retiring from the federal Department of Homeland Security, was named Wednesday by Gov. Jim Gibbons as Nevada's homeland security chief.

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Can Reno's Growth Be Controlled?

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Growth in Reno...we can't stop it from happening, but can the city control it? Should the Truckee Meadows follow in the footsteps of Douglas County and limit the number of building permits for new housing? Some of your neighbors might like to see that, but what would it do, to the economy?

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Wildfire Acreages

Posted: 07/24/2007 - The largest fire complexes in northeastern Nevada also are burning in parts of Idaho and Utah, making the exact number of acres affected in Nevada difficult to tally.

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Sheriff: Man Reno Police Killed Fired at Officers

Updated: 07/24/2007 - The man Reno police shot to death last week fired at least two shots at the officers as they ordered him to put his gun down, a Washoe County sheriff's spokesperson said.

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Agencies draw criticism at Tahoe fire forum

Posted: 07/24/2007 - SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (AP) - Officials who promised to help victims of a major Tahoe Basin fire got polite applause at a Monday night forum - but the loudest cheering was for victims of the Angora Fire who questioned whether bureaucratic red tape hindered advance efforts to prevent such disasters.

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Proposed Rules for Nevada's 'Green' Tax Breaks Revised

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Proposed rules to implement a new law lowering "green" tax breaks have been revised to ensure they're not too broad and meet the intent of Nevada lawmakers, the head of the state Taxation Department said Tuesday.

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Smart Growth in Douglas County

Posted: 07/23/2007 - Rapid growth in Douglas County...some love it...some hate it...but County commissioners are just trying to control it.

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Nevada Gun-Buyers May Face More Background Checks

Posted: 07/23/2007 - The state Legislature's failure to pass a bill may mean that the 25,000 Nevadans with concealed weapons permits may have to undergo a federal background check every time they buy a gun.

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Candidates Still Visit Traditional States More than Nevada

Posted: 07/23/2007 - Nevada has moved its presidential contest up to January in hopes of luring more candidates to the Silver State. But an analysis by the Reno Gazette-Journal shows the candidates have not abandoned the historic strategy of barnstorming Iowa and New Hampshire.

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Botulism Found in Cans of Chili

Posted: 07/23/2007 - Castleberry's Food Company has closed its production facility in Augusta, Ga., after 16 cans of chili sauce tested positive for botulism over the weekend, company officials said Monday.

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New Fire Flares Up Near Floriston

Posted: 07/22/2007 - According to the Sierra Front Agency a new fire started Sunday around 6:30 about 3 miles east of Floriston.

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Hawken Fire 80% Contained

Updated: 07/22/2007 - The effort to combat the Hawken fire is being substantially scaled back now that it's 80 percent contained.

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