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Mercury Regulations Approved

Updated: 03/09/2006 - With support from the mining industry and opposition from environmentalists, state regulators in Nevada have approved the first regulations of their kind in the nation for airborne mercury emissions at precious metal mines.

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Evolution Debate In High Gear

Updated: 03/15/2006 - While many public-school teachers say intelligent design has no place in a science curriculum, should the theory of evolution be up for debate? Some local teachers say doing so, would only put our kids further behind.

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Plans On Hold For Sempra Power Plant

Posted: 03/08/2006 - There are questions about the future of a big coal-fired power plant near Gerlach in northern Washoe County proposed by California-based Sempra Energy.

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Bar Whites From Prison Sweat Lodges

Posted: 03/08/2006 - American Indian spiritual advisers say prison officials should bar whites from participating in Indian religious ceremonies conducted in a sweat lodge at Nevada State Prison.

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Avalanche Strikes Near Sierra-At-Tahoe

AVALANCHE

Updated: 03/09/2006 - A skier and snowboarder crossing unstable snow may have set off a pair of avalanches Wednesday along a ridge outside the Sierra-at-Tahoe Ski Area, a sheriff's officer said.

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Canadian Murder Susupect Nabbed Here

Posted: 03/08/2006 - A man the Nevada Highway Patrol says is wanted for questioning in a drive-by killing in Canada was arrested today in Reno for speeding and driving under the influence.

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Reno Walgreens Lawsuit

Updated: 03/08/2006 - The plaintiff in the racial discrimination lawsuit against a Reno Walgreens continues to make his anger heard.

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Take the Bus to Basketball

Posted: 03/08/2006 - If you'd like to go to any of the WAC tournament games but don't want to pay for parking, the Sierra Spirit bus line is making transportation more convenient this week.

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Waterfall Fire Reforestation

Updated: 03/08/2006 - Starting this Spring, more than 120-thousand seedlings will be planted in the Waterfall Fire burn area in Carson City.

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Sparks Sandbag Collection

Updated: 03/08/2006 - With no flooding danger in the near future, the city of Sparks says it's now safe to put those sandbags away.

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GOP Chief Stands By Augustine Criticism

Posted: 03/07/2006 - Nevada Republican Party Chairman Paul Adams says he's not apologizing for his criticism of impeached state Controller Kathy Augustine, who's now running for state treasurer.

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IGT Upbeat On Gaming Future

Posted: 03/07/2006 - Driven largely by foreign business, International Game Technology Chairman TJ Matthews presented an upbeat forecast for the world's largest maker of gambling machines at the company's annual meeting.

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Sheep Wage War On Cheatgrass

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Carson City residents could see as many as one-thousand sheep grazing the hillside slopes of the city's west side as early as next week.

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White Power Groups Emerging

Hate Crimes

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Two white supremacist groups have stepped up recruitment efforts in Nevada, starting chapters following the National Alliance's battle last year over an anti-immigration billboard near the Las Vegas Strip.

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Ex-FEMA Head Makes Reno Appearance

Posted: 03/07/2006 - Former "FEMA" Director Michael Brown says he regrets not having been even more outspoken in communications with the White House and his superiors as hurricane Katrina roared ashore in August.

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Sen. Ensign Gets An Opponent

Posted: 03/06/2006 - U.S. Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev., has a challenger in the Republican primary, retired Chrysler Corp. supervisor Ed Hamilton who ran unsuccessfully for many offices in Michigan before moving to Las Vegas.

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Nevada Executions At Risk

Posted: 03/06/2006 - A recent U.S. District Court decision that temporarily blocked executions in California could affect Nevada because both states use the same lethal injection procedure - described as cruel and unusual punishment by death penalty foes.

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In their own words

Posted: 03/06/2006 - Recorded interviews by Carson City detective of defendants in child abuse case released in preliminary hearing.

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Guinn Proposes Education Legacy

Posted: 03/06/2006 - Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn intends to leave his successor with a budget that includes $100 million to help failing schools.

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State of the City Address

City of Sparks, Nevada

Updated: 03/06/2006 - Sparks Mayor Geno Martini outlines some of his goals and plans for the city.

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Judicial Outburst In Child Abuse Case

Updated: 03/03/2006 - Comparing two children to Nazi death camp survivors, a judge on Friday bound over their grandmother, mother and the mother's boyfriend on charges that they abused the children for years by locking them up and starving them.

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Judging Child Abuse

Updated: 03/08/2006 - Now that the judge has determined the Rios' child abuse case should move forward, two questions remain: will the judge's comments have any future impact, and why did the preliminary hearing take so long?

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Incline Property Values Rolled Back

Posted: 03/02/2006 - The Washoe County Board of Equalization has rolled back property values for 244 more Incline Village homes to 2003 levels.

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New Storm Blankets Sierra

Updated: 03/03/2006 - A winter storm that took its time getting over the Sierra spilled into the valleys of northern Nevada early Friday, creating slick driving conditions for morning commuters.

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