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Bush Defends Elevated Terror Warning

Updated: 08/07/2004 - The heightened state of alert in New York, Newark, N.J. and Washington is "a grim reminder" of terrorist threats that still face the United States, President Bush said Saturday.

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Sierra Club Works on Presidential Campaign

Updated: 08/07/2004 - As President Bush and John Kerry prepare to visit Nevada again, the Sierra Club is stepping up its political involvement in the battleground state.

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Former Mental Patient Seeks Death in Nevada Chamber

Updated: 08/07/2004 - Old friends and family say Terry Jess Dennis, facing execution for strangling a woman in Reno, was a nice boy who sang in the school choir but got hooked on drugs and alcohol.

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State Workers' Slashed Benefits May Be Restored

Updated: 08/06/2004 - A committee that oversees the health insurance plan for Nevada's state employees wants to restore some of the benefits that were cut when the system was in financial trouble.

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Wood Cutting in Carson District Suspended

Updated: 08/06/2004 - The U.S. Forest Service suspended wood cutting and gathering in Nevada's Carson Ranger District on Friday because of extreme fire danger.

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Anemic Job Growth Adds to Economic Worries

Updated: 08/06/2004 - America's payrolls grew by an anemic 32,000 new jobs in July, suggesting the economy is stuck in summer lethargy three months before voters elect a president.

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Researchers See More Small Earthqukes Below Tahoe

Updated: 08/05/2004 - Magma moving deep below Lake Tahoe apparently triggered an unprecedented swarm of 1,600 tiny earthquakes during a seven-month period but they stopped in February and there's no cause for alarm, experts said Thursday.

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Court Promises Expedited Review of Ballot Questions

Updated: 08/05/2004 - The state Supreme Court agreed Thursday to speed up its review of an appeal by Nevada's secretary of state of a lower court order that qualified two more proposals for the November ballot.

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Al-Sadr Militia Battles U.S., Iraq Troops

Updated: 08/05/2004 - Militant Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's militia battled U.S. and Iraqi troops Thursday in the holy city of Najaf, sparking clashes in other Shiite areas that killed at least 20 Iraqis and a U.S. soldier.

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Nevada Won't Accept Ohio Nuke Waste

Updated: 08/05/2004 - Nevada won't budge from plans to sue the Energy Department if the agency signals plans to ship radioactive waste to the state from a former uranium processing plant in Ohio.

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Reid: Bush's "Character" Key in Nevada

Updated: 08/04/2004 - President Bush's "character" is a bigger issue in Nevada than national security or the state's rebounding economy after he broke his pledge to use sound science in deciding whether to bury nuclear waste here, Sen. Harry Reid said.

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Nevada May Get Another Disaster Designation

Updated: 08/04/2004 - For the second straight year, all or part of Nevada may be designated as a disaster area because of drought conditions that are hurting farmers and ranchers.

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ACLU Weighing Litigation to Ensure Nevadans' Votes Count

Updated: 08/04/2004 - The Nevada chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is weighing a possible lawsuit to clear up confusion over provisional voting, which for the first time lets voters cast ballots even if their names aren't on the rolls at precinct polling sites.

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Highway Safety Questioned

Updated: 08/05/2004 - This week the Pleasant Valley stretch of Highway 395, south of Reno, has seen two fatal accidents calling into question the safety of the road.

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Sparks Murder Suspect Named

Updated: 08/05/2004 - Police have identified a suspect in the murder of a Sparks man over the weekend.

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Police: Hacking Confessed He Murdered Wife

Updated: 08/04/2004 - The husband of a missing pregnant woman told a "reliable citizen" witness at a psychiatric ward that he killed his wife as she slept and then threw her body in a trash bin, according to a court filing released Tuesday by prosecutors.

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Ridge Defends Old Intel in Terror Alerts

Updated: 08/03/2004 - Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Tuesday the government concluded "it was essential" to publicize detailed surveillance documents and raise the terror alert, even though the intelligence information dated from as far back as 2000 and 2001.

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Prison Director: Tax Repeal Could Spell Crisis

Updated: 08/03/2004 - Nevada corrections chief Jackie Crawford supports prison guards' requests for more staff and higher pay - but says those goals are threatened by an initiative petition to repeal last year's record $833 million tax increase.

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