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Lawyer Influx

Updated: 10/29/2004 - As Americans go to the polls next Tuesday, two armies of attorneys will be standing by watching for any problems.

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Coach Remembered

Updated: 10/29/2004 - The University of Nevada said a emotional goodbye to one of its coaches today.

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Education First Question Stirs Controversy

Updated: 10/29/2004 - Is it important to pay for education before funding any other part of the state budget? That's one question Nevada voters are being asked to decide this election.

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Ballot Question 7 Explained.

Updated: 10/28/2004 - Our preview of Nevada's statewide ballot questions continues with a look at one question that may seem *odd at first reading. A vote yes on Question 7 needs only to be approved once by Nevada voters to change the constitution.

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Last Minute Campaign Blizzard

Updated: 10/28/2004 - As we inch closer and closer to election day, literally tons of candidate propaganda is flooding people's mailboxes...and that's just *one of the ways people are trying to try to sway the voters.

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Election Day Security

Updated: 10/27/2004 - Washoe County has announced it has a security plan for election day. Earlier this week, registrar Dan Burk, mentioned that the county is worried about possible *disturbances* during voting November 2nd.

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Keep Our Doctors Question Is Controversial

Updated: 10/26/2004 - One of the more controversial ballot measure in next week's election is Question Three. This ballot initiative is more commonly called 'Keep Our Doctors in Nevada." Some will dispute the question's name even before getting into the merits of what it will do if passed.

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New Checking Law Eliminates "Float" Period

Updated: 10/26/2004 - If you make your payments by writing checks, a new federal law could affect you. It's called "Check 21." That's short for "Check Clearing for the 21st Century," and it's designed to electronically process your checks faster.

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Minimum Wage Ballot Question

Updated: 10/25/2004 - On Nevada's ballot, voters will find Question 6...proposing an increase to the minimum wage. Currently the state and federal minimum wage is set at $5.15 an hour. If the question is passed, Nevada's wage will always be one dollar higher than the federal level.

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Poll Worker Training

Updated: 10/25/2004 - Election officials don't want a repeat of primary night...where it wasn't until 18 hours, after the polls had closed, that all the votes were counted. Washoe County has started training its poll workers for the general election. The focus again...on procedures with the new voting machines.

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Ballot Question 2

Updated: 10/24/2004 - We continue our vote 2004 coverage...tonight previewing ballot question two. This is an advisory question...on whether you support a sales tax increase to preserve open space. In 1991, the legislature passed a bill...allowing communities to enact a tax increase, yet Carson City was the only one to do so.

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Body Found in North Reno

Updated: 10/24/2004 - Police are searching for clues tonight...in the suspicious death of a man found near Reno.

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Sweat Equity

Updated: 10/24/2004 - In Nevada's tightening housing market, it's getting more difficult and more expensive for people to dream of home ownership. One Nevada-based program has helped some families in Dayton turn that dream into reality.

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Glider Crashes Near Minden

Updated: 10/23/2004 - The pilot of a single-seat motor glider died early this afternoon after his plane crashed in Douglas County. The crash site is a couple miles north of the Minden-Tahoe Airport where the plane took off this morning.

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Narcotics Bust

Updated: 10/23/2004 - Nine people have been arrested on methamphetamine and other drug charges.

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Nevada State Bank Robbery

Updated: 10/23/2004 - Police are currently looking for a man they say...robbed the Nevada State Bank in Dayton.

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Voter Mobilization

Updated: 10/22/2004 - To help increase voter turn out in this election, some groups in Washoe County are offering people free shuttle services to the polls.

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Spanish Springs Couple Can't Vote

Updated: 10/21/2004 - One Spanish Springs couple won't be able to vote in the upcoming general election...and it's not because they don't want to.

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Water Bill Increase

Updated: 10/21/2004 - Truckee Meadows residents will be paying more for water starting next summer.

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