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IGT Upbeat On Gaming Future

Posted: 03/07/2006 - Driven largely by foreign business, International Game Technology Chairman TJ Matthews presented an upbeat forecast for the world's largest maker of gambling machines at the company's annual meeting.

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Sheep Wage War On Cheatgrass

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Carson City residents could see as many as one-thousand sheep grazing the hillside slopes of the city's west side as early as next week.

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White Power Groups Emerging

Hate Crimes

Updated: 03/07/2006 - Two white supremacist groups have stepped up recruitment efforts in Nevada, starting chapters following the National Alliance's battle last year over an anti-immigration billboard near the Las Vegas Strip.

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Ex-FEMA Head Makes Reno Appearance

Posted: 03/07/2006 - Former "FEMA" Director Michael Brown says he regrets not having been even more outspoken in communications with the White House and his superiors as hurricane Katrina roared ashore in August.

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Sen. Ensign Gets An Opponent

Posted: 03/06/2006 - U.S. Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev., has a challenger in the Republican primary, retired Chrysler Corp. supervisor Ed Hamilton who ran unsuccessfully for many offices in Michigan before moving to Las Vegas.

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Nevada Executions At Risk

Posted: 03/06/2006 - A recent U.S. District Court decision that temporarily blocked executions in California could affect Nevada because both states use the same lethal injection procedure - described as cruel and unusual punishment by death penalty foes.

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In their own words

Posted: 03/06/2006 - Recorded interviews by Carson City detective of defendants in child abuse case released in preliminary hearing.

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Guinn Proposes Education Legacy

Posted: 03/06/2006 - Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn intends to leave his successor with a budget that includes $100 million to help failing schools.

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State of the City Address

City of Sparks, Nevada

Updated: 03/06/2006 - Sparks Mayor Geno Martini outlines some of his goals and plans for the city.

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Judicial Outburst In Child Abuse Case

Updated: 03/03/2006 - Comparing two children to Nazi death camp survivors, a judge on Friday bound over their grandmother, mother and the mother's boyfriend on charges that they abused the children for years by locking them up and starving them.

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Judging Child Abuse

Updated: 03/08/2006 - Now that the judge has determined the Rios' child abuse case should move forward, two questions remain: will the judge's comments have any future impact, and why did the preliminary hearing take so long?

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Incline Property Values Rolled Back

Posted: 03/02/2006 - The Washoe County Board of Equalization has rolled back property values for 244 more Incline Village homes to 2003 levels.

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New Storm Blankets Sierra

Updated: 03/03/2006 - A winter storm that took its time getting over the Sierra spilled into the valleys of northern Nevada early Friday, creating slick driving conditions for morning commuters.

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Prevailing Wage Ruling Overturned

Posted: 03/02/2006 - The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday reversed a lower court judge who had held that workers on the new Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center should get higher pay because tax-free government bonds helped to finance building costs.

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A Second Chance

Updated: 03/08/2006 - Erin Holderman says it was the thought of another teenager who desperately needs a second chance that helped her realize she could actually help.

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Nugget Embezzlement

Posted: 03/01/2006 - It's really devastated people here at the Nugget. Richard Davenport was in a position of trust. To the Ascuaga's he was like a member of their family...yet, his attorney says he stole from them... and then lied about it for years.

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School Zone Changes

Updated: 03/07/2006 - When it comes to our local schools, there's overcrowding at some, and room-to-spare at others. That's why the Washoe County School District is re-zoning nearly two dozen schools to help redistribute the student population, but not everyone's happy.

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Imported Canadian Drug for Nevadans

Posted: 03/01/2006 - State board of pharmacy moves to approve regulations regarding imporint Canadian Drugs from state licensed pharmacies.

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Snowplows, Start Your Engines

Posted: 03/01/2006 - It's time to get ready for another winter storm; one that's expected to bring snow, rather than rain, to the valley floor. Now, local governments are teaming up with private agencies to keep the roads clear, once the storm hits.

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Fire Official Resigns Amid Teen Sex Charges

Posted: 03/01/2006 - A division chief with the Reno Fire Department has resigned amid allegations of inappropriately touching four young girls during a Christmas party, city officials said.

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Washoe Water Hikes Approved

Posted: 03/01/2006 - Washoe County commissioners have approved a rate increase for county water customers.

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School Rezoning Upsets Some Parents

Updated: 03/01/2006 - Starting next year your child may be going to a different school. The Washoe County School Trustees approved a major overhaul of the district by rezoning 21 elementary schools.

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Evolution Amendment Proposed

Posted: 02/28/2006 - A proposed constitutional amendment would require Nevada teachers to instruct students that there are many questions about evolution - a method viewed by critics as an opening to teach intelligent design.

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Nazi Fliers Found In Fallon

Posted: 02/28/2006 - More than a dozen Fallon residents complained to police over the weekend about racist literature left in their yards with apparent ties to the American Nazi Party.

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