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U.S. Supreme Court May Wight Two-Thirds Issue

U.S. Supreme Court

Updated: 03/21/2004 - U.S. Supreme Court justices could announce Monday whether they will take up a controversial Nevada court ruling that critics contend could make it easier to raise state taxes.

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Regents Approve Tuition Refunds Back To 1995

Updated: 01/12/2005 - Thousands of Nevada college and university students who have paid out-of-state tuition will receive refunds because they should have qualified for cheaper, in-state rates, the Board of Regents decided Friday.

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Nevadans Donate To Fund For Soldiers' Families

Updated: 03/19/2004 - For nearly a year, Nevadans have donated pennies, dollar bills and even $10,000 checks to a statewide fund for families who have lost a soldier in the Iraq war.

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Jury Award $52 Million To Nevada Family

Updated: 03/19/2004 - A federal jury awarded $52 million in damages Friday to the family of a young Nevada boy who was killed nearly 10 years ago when a Ford pickup truck rolled over him because of a defective parking brake.

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Ohio Sniper Suspect Awatis Extradition From Vegas

Updated: 03/19/2004 - The suspect in a 10-month string of deadly highway shootings will be transported from Nevada to Ohio on Saturday to face his first court appearance Monday, the prosecutor in the case said.

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War Widow Finds Comfort Helping Others

Updated: 03/19/2004 - Chelle Pokorney will never forget the shock and pain of learning that her "gentle giant," the strapping 6-foot-6 Marine who kept her fears at bay and made the world bright, would not be coming back.

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Bush Marks First Anniversary of Iraq War

Updated: 03/19/2004 - President Bush marked the anniversary Friday by urging resolve in the war against terrorism and saying it is "the duty of every government to fight and destroy this threat to our people."

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Nevada Gets First NCAA Tournament Win

Nevada Wolf Pack

Updated: 03/18/2004 - The Nevada Wolf Pack trailed by as many as 16 early, then rallied late to upset Michigan State 72-66 Thursday night for Nevada's first victory in NCAA tournament play.

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Plane Crash Pilot Did Not Expect to Live

Updated: 03/19/2004 - A Reno pilot who parachuted to safety moments before his amateur-built biplane fell apart said Thursday he didn't expect to survive the crash.

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Suspect In Missing Nevada Woman Convicted In Utah

Updated: 03/18/2004 - A man suspected in the disappearance of a Nevada woman has been convicted of aggravated assault and other crimes in a confrontation with Salt Lake County sheriff's officers.

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Amber Alert Finds Missing Washington Girl Near Fallon

Updated: 03/17/2004 - A 2-year-old girl who was taken by her father from her mother in Washington state was found safe in northern Nevada Wednesday and her father arrested on charges of assault and custodial interference.

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Ohio Sniper Suspect Caught In Las Vegas

Updated: 03/17/2004 - The man suspected in two dozen sniper shootings that have terrorized motorists along Ohio highways was arrested at a Las Vegas motel early Wednesday.

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Bomb Destroys Baghdad Hotel, Kills Dozens

Updated: 03/17/2004 - A thunderous car bomb shattered a five-story hotel housing foreigners in central Baghdad on Wednesday night, killing 27 people and leaving a jagged, 20-foot-wide crater just days before the anniversary of the start of the Iraq war.

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Five Suspect Identified In Spain Bombings

Updated: 03/16/2004 - Police identified five new Moroccan suspects in the Madrid train bombings, a newspaper reported Tuesday, and the death toll rose to 201.

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Hundreds Attend Memorial For Former Governor

Updated: 03/16/2004 - Former Nevada Gov. Mike O'Callaghan was remembered Tuesday as a tireless advocate of the "little guy" who, when he died March 5, left a legacy of accomplishments that won't be forgotten in this state.

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UNR Receives $10 Million Donation For Library

University of Nevada, Reno

Updated: 01/12/2005 - The University of Nevada, Reno announced a $10 million gift from International Game Technology and a private benefactor Tuesday for a new "knowledge center" to replace an aging library.

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DOE Admits Yucca Workers Expsoed To Dangerous Materials

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 03/16/2004 - Workers drilling the first tunnel at the nation's nuclear waste repository in the Nevada desert were exposed to dangerous levels of silica and other cancer-causing dusts in the 1990s, an Energy Department official acknowledged Monday.

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NASA Notes New Planetoid Named Sedna

Updated: 03/15/2004 - Scientists on Monday announced the discovery of a frozen, shiny red world some 8 billion miles from Earth that is the most distant known object in the solar system.

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