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Nevada Law Prohibits Sealing Of Governor's Records

Nevada State Flag

Updated: 01/08/2004 - Unlike Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean, who sealed some of his executive records for the time he was governor in Vermont, Nevada's governor has no such privilege.

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35 Soliders Wounded in Mortar Attack

Updated: 01/07/2004 - Anti-American insurgents fired mortar rounds at a U.S. military camp Wednesday night, wounding 35 U.S. soldiers, the U.S. command said.

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Security Alert Level Costly for Nevada

Heartland Security wowt

Updated: 01/08/2004 - Nevada's state and local agencies spent an estimated $700,000 to secure the safety of New Year's Eve celebrations, officials said Wednesday.

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Mercury Closes School For Rest Of Week

Updated: 01/07/2004 - A Nevada middle school will remain closed at least through week's end as hazardous materials crews clean it of mercury contamination and federal health experts join a review of potential dangers, officials said Wednesday.

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Concrete Work On I-80 To Be Redone

Updated: 01/07/2004 - The reopening of a portion of Interstate 80 in Sparks will be delayed because of substandard work, state highway officials said.

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New Smog Detector Unveiled

Updated: 01/07/2004 - Vehicles that belch polluting emissions could be easily identified by new technology developed by scientists at the Desert Research Institute in Reno.

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IGT Accused of Filing False Tax Returns

Updated: 01/07/2004 - A whistleblower auditor claims that International Game Technology, the world's leading slot machine manufacturer, knowingly filed false state tax returns and could owe Nevada more than $20 million in back taxes.

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Boy Brings Mercury to School & Forces Evacuation

Updated: 01/07/2004 - A Douglas County middle school was evacuated and dozens of students were decontaminated as a precaution Tuesday after one youth brought mercury to school.

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Reno, Las Vegas Dioceses in 'Full Compliance'

Updated: 01/05/2004 - Roman Catholic dioceses in Reno and Las Vegas said Monday that they're in full compliance with recommendations issued by American bishops in efforts to deal with a nationwide sex-abuse scandal involving clergy members.

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Body of Avalanche Victim Located

AVALANCHE

Updated: 01/05/2004 - Searchers on Monday found the body of a missing cross-country skier who was buried in a New Year's Day avalanche in the Sierra.

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Weather Service Gets Faster Computers

Updated: 01/05/2004 - New computers at the National Weather Service in Reno will speed delivery of severe weather alerts and allow more pinpointed forecasts, agency forecasters said.

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Nevada Continues Bridge Quake Retrofits

Updated: 01/05/2004 - Nevada is strengthening highway bridges to make them safer in earthquakes, but older brick buildings continue to be unsafe in temblors as large as those that recently hit central California and devastated Iran, officials said.

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More Anger Over Property Tax Assessments

Property Taxes Rise

Updated: 01/04/2004 - Some residents of an upscale southwest Reno area are angry about rising assessed property values and want to do something about it.

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Carson Care Home Faces Loss of Funds

Updated: 01/04/2004 - A Carson City care home where six patients died Dec. 9 should get no Medicare reimbursement for new patients after Jan. 17 because of a failure to address six problems by a reinspection, state officials recommended.

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Search for Avalanche Victim in Sierra

AVALANCHE

Updated: 01/04/2004 - A search began Saturday for a cross country skier who became trapped by a New Year's Day avalanche in the Sierra Nevada.

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