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Lyon County Schools Get Tax Help

Updated: 12/19/2005 - The Lyon County School District's request for a residential construction tax to help schools keep pace with the county's rapid growth has won approval.

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Donner Museum Site Changed

Updated: 12/19/2005 - Truckee residents are hailing a change in the proposed location for a new, six (m) million dollar museum at the state park that commemorates the ill-fated Donner Party.

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Bush Defends Phone-Tapping

Updated: 12/20/2005 - The phone-tapping controversy won't subside any time soon. While the president continues to defend the program, civil libertarians are outraged, claiming it violates the constitution.

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Ski Theft Sting

Updated: 12/19/2005 - Citing an ongoing problem of theft, at least two Lake Tahoe ski resorts plan to conduct undercover sting operations this winter to nab ski and snowboard thieves.

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Reid Calls Congress "Corrupt"

Updated: 12/19/2005 - Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid assailed the Republican-led Congress for what he called its ethical and institutional failings.

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UNR President Search Gets Started

Updated: 12/19/2005 - The committee charged with finding a new president for the University of Nevada, Reno is scheduled to hold its first meeting on Jan. 6 in Reno.

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The Snow is Here

Updated: 12/19/2005 - During the weekend, a winter storm dumped 18 inches of snow in the Sierra. Down in the valley, however, it has made the roads slick, causing traffic problems throughout Reno and Sparks.

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Storm Dumps On Truckee Meadows

Updated: 12/18/2005 - A late autumn snow storm has dumped several inches of snow and imposed road controls on all roads in the Sierra and Northwest Nevada.

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Holiday Heart Attacks

Updated: 12/18/2005 - The Reno Fire Department offers a class to save lives once a month for 20-bucks. Those who participate in "CPR Saturday" understand it can make all the difference, especially this time of the year.

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Flu Frenzy Begins

Updated: 12/17/2005 - Schools in lovelock started the holiday break a day early to prevent a possible flu outbreak because so many of the students were out sick this week. This happened just as the first confirmed cases of the flu hit Washoe County.

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Settlement Reached

Updated: 12/19/2005 - Instead of being headed for arbitration, Washoe County teachers are celebrating a possible victory, after reaching a tentative agreement Friday afternoon with the school district.

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Multi Million Dollar Home Destroyed

Updated: 12/18/2005 - A Washoe Valley family is left homeless right before the holidays after a fire destroys their multi-million-dollar home.

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Cell Phone Study

Updated: 12/16/2005 - More people than ever are turning their cars into personal phone booths...with a million and a half drivers gabbing on cell phones, at any given time.

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Tribal Officer Cleared in Shooting Death

Updated: 12/16/2005 - The Justice Department has cleared a former Walker River tribal officer of any wrongdoing in the shooting death of a Schurz teenager in 2004.

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Hospital Costs Higher In Nevada

Updated: 12/16/2005 - A new study has found that Nevada hospital patients on average are billed three times as much as it costs for hospitals to provide them treatment or medicine.

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Dramatic DUI Arrest

Updated: 12/16/2005 - A drunk-driving suspect is under arrest after a Nevada trooper smashed out her window to prevent a car chase.

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Excessive Force Lawsuit Settled

Updated: 12/16/2005 - The city of Sparks and a Sparks police officer have reached a settlement with a black teenager in a federal lawsuit alleging excessive force and racism by the police officer

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No Right To Jury In Small Claims

Updated: 12/15/2005 - In a 4-3 ruling, the Nevada Supreme Court held Thursday that there's no constitutional right to a jury trial in a small claims case.

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Morale Ombudsman For UNR

Updated: 12/16/2005 - A task force formed to improve morale at the University of Nevada, Reno is recommending that the school hire an ombudsman to serve as a mediator among faculty, staff and administrators.

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Updated: 12/14/2005 - If you are depressed during the shorter days of winter, and happier during the longer days of summer...you may have seasonal affective disorder.

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Evelyn Mount's Makeover

Updated: 12/19/2005 - Evelyn Mount has helped our community for many years giving to those in need of a good holiday meal. Now she is getting a present herself. She is getting a day at the spa from Salon Infiniti.

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Major Cnvention Shifts To Reno

Updated: 12/14/2005 - A high school principals' gathering originally scheduled for the hurricane-damaged New Orleans convention center may fill more than 7,300 hotel rooms in Reno this March.

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Gibbons Drops Public Land Sell-Off

Updated: 12/14/2005 - House Republicans, led by Congressman Jim Gibbons, have dropped a provision in budget legislation that would have allowed the sale of public lands for mining.

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