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Mother To File Complaint On School Dress Code

Updated: 10/10/2003 - The mother of a high school student suspended for wearing a miniskirt says she'll file a formal complaint with the Washoe County School District.

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One Freed In Pershing Murder Case

Updated: 10/10/2003 - A judge ordered a Nevada man to stand trial in the suspected killing of his brother in Pershing County but set free a second suspect accused of being an accessory to the crime.

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Doctor Says Nevada Mental Health Crisis Continues

Updated: 10/10/2003 - State lawmakers have made strides in providing treatment for Nevada's mentally ill population, but a crisis continues in Las Vegas area emergency rooms which demands immediate attention, doctors say.

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Many School Statewide Need To Improve

Updated: 10/10/2003 - Follow-up work on a tentative list showing eight dangerous schools in Nevada reduced the count to zero, but educators said Friday at least 168 schools in the state are in need of improvement.

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FBI Looking Into Improper Lobbying

Nevada Legislature 2003

Updated: 10/10/2003 - The FBI is reviewing allegations of improper lobbying activity at the Nevada Legislature to determine whether a formal investigation is warranted, a state senator and an FBI spokesman confirmed Thursday.

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Media Ban Dropped in Murder Case

Updated: 10/10/2003 - A county prosecutor backed off his attempt to keep the public and the media out of a preliminary hearing Thursday in an unusual murder case in Pershing County.

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UNR Fire Academy to Continue in The Red

University of Nevada, Reno

Updated: 10/10/2003 - The University of Nevada's problem-plagued Fire Science Academy is almost $38 million in debt and will continue to run in the red for another four years, according to a Board of Regents report.

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Gaming Down Statewide 3.1 Percent

Updated: 10/09/2003 - Major details from Thursday's state Gaming Control Board's report on August 2003 winnings by Nevada's casinos.

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TRPA Hopes Schwarzenegger Keeps Tahoe Promise

Lake Tahoe

Updated: 10/09/2003 - Regional officials responsible for protecting Lake Tahoe say they are hopeful Arnold Schwarzenegger will keep campaign promises to help "keep Tahoe blue."

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New Dress Code Sparks Controversy

Updated: 10/10/2003 - Stricter enforcement of a dress code is drawing criticism from high school students and at least one mother upset about the way a male administrator determined her daughter's skirt was too short.

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IGT - Acres Gaming Deal Endorsed

Updated: 10/08/2003 - Slot machine maker International Game Technology's $143 million acquisition of gambling systems tech company Acres Gaming Inc. was endorsed Wednesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

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Reid Pitches Renewable Energy At Western Summit

Senator Harry Reid

Updated: 10/08/2003 - Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., urged representatives from 12 western states at a summit on renewable energy Wednesday to develop a unified approach to energy policies.

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Group Says Guinn Recall Effort May Fail

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 10/08/2003 - A group trying to recall Republican Gov. Kenny Guinn was having trouble collecting enough signatures to qualify for the Nevada ballot, an organizer said Wednesday.

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Nevadan Cited For Bravery By Coast Guard

Updated: 10/08/2003 - A Coast Guard officer from Nevada is being recognized for extraordinary bravery during an ocean rescue off the coast of Oregon.

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Bus Driver Arrested For Child Porn

Updated: 10/08/2003 - Sheriffs deputies are asking residents for help locating additional potential victims who had contact with a Reno city bus driver arrested in an investigation into child pornography.

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Voters Oust Davis, Elect Schwarzenegger

Updated: 10/07/2003 - Californians banished Gov. Gray Davis just 11 months into his second term and elected action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger to replace him Tuesday.

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County Baord Urges Incline Concert Curfew

Washoe County, Nevada

Updated: 10/07/2003 - In response to citizens' complaints, a board is urging Washoe County to consider a 10:30 p.m. curfew for outdoor concerts in the Incline Village area.

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Utilities Ask to be Relieved From Enron Debt

Updated: 10/08/2003 - Nevada's largest electric utility is again asking federal regulators to let it off the hook for $336 million it has been ordered to pay bankrupt Enron Corp.

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Doctor Says Horn Survival Miraculous

Updated: 10/07/2003 - It is "all but miraculous" that entertainer Roy Horn is alive and able to communicate after being bitten in the neck by a 600-pound tiger, his doctor said Tuesday.

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Reporters Barred From Murder Hearing

Updated: 10/06/2003 - Reporters will be barred from covering a preliminary hearing for two men accused in a Pershing County killing, a judge ruled.

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Panel Adopts Rules To Collect New Taxes

Updated: 10/06/2003 - Rules to ensure collection of part of the bank and business-related taxes in a record $836 million revenue plan passed by Nevada lawmakers this summer were adopted Monday by a state panel.

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