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U.N. Endorses Iraq Sovereignty Transfer

United Nations

Updated: 06/08/2004 - The U.N. Security Council gave resounding approval Tuesday to a resolution endorsing the transfer of sovereignty to Iraq's new government by the end of June. President Bush said the measure will set the stage for democracy in Iraq and be a "catalyst for change" in the Middle East.

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Nevada Casinos Win $826.9 Million In April

Updated: 06/08/2004 - Nevada casinos had a record April, winning $826.9 million from gamblers for an 11 percent increase over the same month a year earlier, the state Gaming Control Board reported Tuesday.

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FTC Clears Harrah's Buyout Of Horsehoe

Updated: 06/08/2004 - The Federal Trade Commission has voted to close its investigation into the pending acquisition of Horseshoe Gaming Holding Corp. by Harrah's Entertainment Inc., clearing the way for final regulatory approval of the $1.45 billion deal.

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Former Harrah's Bartender Loses High Court Appeal

Updated: 06/07/2004 - A former Harrah's Reno bartender lost Monday in efforts to get the Nevada Supreme Court to find that Harrah's erred in firing her for refusing to abide by a policy requiring women employees to wear makeup.

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Unfortunate Nevadans Not Tapping Utility Bill Relief Fund

Updated: 06/07/2004 - Most of a $17.5 million fund that's supposed to help poor Nevadans pay their utility bills hasn't been tapped because many people don't know about the assistance program - now in its third year.

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California Paying Last Respects to Reagan

Updated: 06/07/2004 - The body of Ronald Reagan, accompanied by a fragile Nancy Reagan, arrived Monday at his presidential library to begin nearly a week of journeying across America that will end with his return to California for burial on a hilltop.

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Reagan to be Honored With State Funeral

Ronald Reagan

Updated: 06/08/2004 - Ronald Reagan was remembered with jelly beans, flowers and American flags on Sunday at memorials in his hometown and outside the mortuary where the former president's body lay.

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Bush, World Leaders Honor D-Day Veterans

Updated: 06/06/2004 - Near the five beaches where waves of Allied soldiers stormed ashore 60 years ago, world leaders put aside their differences Sunday to commemorate the D-Day invasion that broke Nazi Germany's grip on continental Europe.

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High Profile Attorney Withdraws From Binion Case

Updated: 06/06/2004 - High-profile defense lawyer Dick DeGuerin has withdrawn from a case involving the murder of a former Las Vegas casino executive, four months after scoring a huge victory in getting his client free on bail.

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MGM Mirage Offers To Buy Mandalay Resort Group

Updated: 06/05/2004 - In a blockbuster deal that would merge two of the biggest gambling companies in the world, MGM Mirage offered to buy Mandalay Resort Group for about $7.65 billion on Friday.

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Iraq PM: U.S. Pullout Could Be Disater

Updated: 06/04/2004 - Iraq's new prime minister made his first address to the nation Friday, saying a rapid U.S. withdrawal from the country would be a "major disaster" because Iraqis are not ready to handle their own security.

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Grant To Allow For More Early Placement Testing

Updated: 01/12/2005 - A $585,000 federal grant will help increase the number of Nevada students taking advanced placement tests, Rep. Jim Gibbons and education officials said Friday.

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Pope Calls For Speedy Iraq Power Transfer

Updated: 06/04/2004 - President Bush got a sharp dose of Europe's opposition to his Iraq policy Friday, quietly in the halls of the Vatican from Pope John Paul II and loudly in the streets of Rome from thousands of demonstrators.

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Sentencing Postponed In Reno Officer Death Case

Updated: 06/04/2004 - A Reno woman found guilty of having marijuana in her system when she pulled out in front of a motorcycle police officer will learn her sentence next month.

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Nevada Water Trade Proposal Could Take Time

Updated: 06/04/2004 - A top Bush administration water official said she doubts Nevada could win quick approval of a proposal to buy Colorado River water from farmers in California and Arizona.

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Nevada Petitioners Win Court Ruling

Updated: 06/03/2004 - A group petitioning to repeal last year's state tax increase and to prevent public employees from serving in the Legislature won a round Thursday when a judge told state agencies to stop harassing the group's petitioners as they collect signatures on public property.

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Tenet Resigns As CIA Director

Updated: 06/03/2004 - CIA Director George Tenet, battered by Sept. 11 fallout and criticism of Iraq intelligence mistakes, said Thursday he would soon resign in a surprise announcement that threw open a key position at a critical time in the war against terrorism.

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State Faces Funding Loss For Child Care Shortcomings

Updated: 06/03/2004 - Nevada's child welfare agency could lose more than $300,000 in funding for failing to meet national performance standards for foster care, adoption and child protective services, officials said.

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Roaming Bear Calls Double This Year

Updated: 06/03/2004 - Bears are on the prowl in northern Nevada, scrounging through garbage cans, cars and even houses in search of food from the forested neighborhoods of Lake Tahoe to the apartment rows of south Reno.

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