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Rumsfeld in Iraq: No Cover-Up of Abuses

Donald Rumsfeld

Updated: 05/13/2004 - Hoping to contain a spreading scandal, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld went to the Abu Ghraib prison camp on Thursday and insisted the Pentagon did not try to cover up abuses there.

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Nevada Guard Member May Have Reported Iraqi Abuse

Updated: 05/13/2004 - The Nevada National Guard's top officer said Thursday he had no information about a report that one his soldiers assigned to the troubled Abu Ghraib prison last year was reprimanded after reporting inmate abuse to her superiors.

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New Prison Abuse Photos Outrage Lawmakers

Updated: 05/12/2004 - Fresh photos showing American soldiers brutalizing Iraqi prisoners with snarling dogs or forced sex left members of Congress angry and disgusted, but apparently with few new clues about how widespread the abuse was and who ultimately should be held accountable.

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Appeals Court Rejects Two-Thirds Majority Tax Case

Updated: 05/12/2004 - A federal appeals court on Wednesday dismissed a challenge to a Nevada Supreme Court decision that could have enabled the state's lawmakers to increase taxes last year without a voter-required two-thirds majority.

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Nevada Wildlife Commissioner Resigns Under Investigation

Updated: 05/12/2004 - A member of the Nevada Commission of Wildlife who represents sportsmen has resigned amid an investigation into allegations he committed undisclosed wildlife violations, The Associated Press has learned.

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Killers: Beheading Avenges Prison Abuse

Updated: 05/11/2004 - A video posted Tuesday on an al-Qaida-linked Web site showed the beheading of an American civilian in Iraq and said the execution was carried out to avenge abuses of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison.

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$12 Million Deal for Ranch for Carson Bypass

Updated: 05/12/2004 - A $12 million settlement, for local ranch land the state Transportation Department initially wanted to buy for less than $2 million for a freeway bypass, was announced Tuesday by the agency.

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Sierra Pacific Losses Continue Into 1st Quarter of Year

Updated: 05/12/2004 - The parent company of Nevada's two electric utilities, still bleeding financially from the 2001 energy crisis, reported a consolidated net loss of $44.5 million, or 38 cents per share, for the first quarter of 2004.

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Court Hearing Set On Nevada Legislature Suit

Updated: 05/11/2004 - The Nevada Supreme Court has scheduled May 27 for a hearing in a dispute over full-time government employees serving in the state's part-time Legislature.

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After Errors, Nevada Seeks New School Testing Provider

Updated: 05/10/2004 - State education officials said they will solicit bids to replace Harcourt Education Management as Nevada's school testing contractor after the company made a series of expensive mistakes and other errors.

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Bush Sees New Abuse Photos With 'Disgust'

Updated: 05/10/2004 - President Bush examined new photos and video clips of American soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners Monday, reacting with "deep disgust and disbelief" during a Pentagon visit in which he underscored his support for embattled Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.

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Winds Whip Northern Nevada, Snow I n Sierra

Updated: 05/10/2004 - Strong winds whipped across northern Nevada on Monday, causing dust storms in barren desert areas and downing trees in eastern portions of the state.

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States Rights Activists File For State Legislature

Posted: 05/10/2004 - David and Jackie Holmgren, states' rights activists involved in a dispute over cattle-grazing on federal land, filed Monday for Senate and Assembly seats in the Nevada Legislature.

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Gas Prices Make Biggest Jump Since August

Updated: 05/10/2004 - U.S. gasoline prices rose by slightly more than 10 cents per gallon in the past two weeks, the biggest jump since last August, an industry analyst said Sunday.

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First GI Faces Court-Martial Over Abuse

Updated: 05/09/2004 - Stung by a worldwide outcry, the U.S. military Sunday announced the first court-martial in the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse allegations, ordering a reservist to face a public trial in Baghdad on May 19.

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