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Lawmaker Says Delay Spells Trouble for Key Anti-Meth Bill

Posted: 05/18/2007 - Assembly Democrats delayed a vote Thursday on the strongest anti-methamphetamine measure this session over concerns it could be in danger of failure because of lack of support from Republicans.

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Town Hall Meetings in Reno

Updated: 05/18/2007 - Reno city council members are hosting a number of town hall meetings to get input from residents who live in their districts.

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Mosquito Abatement

Posted: 05/17/2007 - The District Health Department will be treating sections of Washoe County for mosquitos every other Thursday starting May 17th and continuing through October.

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Protesters, Monkey Rally Outside Reid's Office in Las Vegas

Posted: 05/17/2007 - LAS VEGAS (AP) - Protesters on both sides of the Iraq war debate rallied Thursday outside Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's district office, where Reid supporters waved American flags and his opponents gathered around a trained monkey dressed in fatigues and holding a white flag.

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El Rancho Market Robbery

Posted: 05/17/2007 - Police need your help finding the suspects who robbed a Reno neighborhood market. Investigators say the El Rancho Market off Wrondel way was robbed Thursday morning at gunpoint by two men. Police believe they got away with $5,000 in cash.

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Minority Numbers Rise in Nevada

Posted: 05/17/2007 - Census figures show that Nevada's minority population is moving toward the halfway mark.

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School Teacher and Cult Member?

Updated: 05/17/2007 - Concerned parents say a female special education teacher at Mendive Middle School in Sparks is also a cult member. School District officials say she's not breaking any rules.

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Lawmakers OK Cost Savings, Physician Rate Boost for Medicaid

Posted: 05/16/2007 - Nevada lawmakers charged with reviewing the state's Health and Human Services Department budget voted Wednesday for an $8 million cost-saving program, but didn't go with a full physician rate increase for Medicaid initially proposed by the governor.

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Response Times

Updated: 05/17/2007 - Fire and Police Chiefs respond to how they will meet the demand of a growing Truckee Meadows.

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Nevada Bill Targeting High Credit Card Rates Goes to Governor

Posted: 05/16/2007 - CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - A bill banning "universal default clauses" that have enabled some credit card issuers to boost interest rates by 30 percent or more won final legislative approval in the Nevada Assembly on Wednesday and was sent to Gov. Jim Gibbons for his signature.

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Gibbons Defends Executive Order Amid Finger-Pointing

Posted: 05/16/2007 - Debate and finger-pointing continued Wednesday as Nevada lawmakers worked on a new "green" building tax break plan and traded arguments with Gov. Jim Gibbons over his order suspending their 2005 tax abatement law.

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Thinking About Energy Alternatives, Gas Prices Soar

Posted: 05/16/2007 - WABUSKA, Nev. (AP) - Gasoline prices topping $3 a gallon, dire warnings about greenhouse effects and increased pollution bringing about global warming are causing some folks to think more about energy alternatives.

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Fate of the New Frontier

Updated: 05/16/2007 - LAS VEGAS (AP) - The owner of The Plaza hotel in New York says he is buying the New Frontier hotel-casino - and plans to develop a 5 (B) Billion dollar project on the Las Vegas Strip.

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Baseball Stadium for Northern Nevada

Updated: 05/16/2007 - Washoe County Commissioners have approved a deal for the Biggest Little City, and now we will soon have our own Triple A Baseball Stadium.

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Dishwasher Recall

Updated: 05/16/2007 - General Electric is recalling 2.5 million dishwashers because of a wiring problem that could cause fire.

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Lawmakers Chop Real ID Funding

Posted: 05/16/2007 - Members of a joint Nevada legislative budget panel have voted unanimously against state funding for the federal Real ID Act, opting instead to wait and see if the measure mandated by Congress in 2005 is changed or repealed.

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Fire Destroys Home

Updated: 05/16/2007 - A fire in South Reno late Tuesday night has left a family homeless.

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7 U.S. Victims of Ambush in Iraq Are From Fort Drum

Posted: 05/15/2007 - The seven American victims of a weekend ambush in Iraq were members of the storied 10th Mountain Division's 2nd Brigade Combat Team, Army officials in Iraq said Tuesday.

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Gibbons' Plan to Fund Roads Hits a Bump

Posted: 05/15/2007 - The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority's bond lawyer says Gov. Jim Gibbons' proposal to solve a road construction financial shortfall by taking money from his client would violate the Nevada and U.S. constitutions.

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Planes Drop Leaflets as Search Intensifies for 3 Missing Soldiers

Posted: 05/15/2007 - U.S. aircraft dropped leaflets seeking information about three U.S. soldiers feared captured by al-Qaida, as troops intensified the search Tuesday despite a warning from the terror group that the hunt will endanger the captives' lives.

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Nevada Soldier Among 4 Missing in Iraq

Updated: 05/16/2007 - The Department of Defense has released the names of four soldiers who went missing in Iraq over the weekend. One of them, Anthony Schober, is from Northern Nevada.

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