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From Bonanza To Regional Park?

Lake Tahoe

Updated: 02/28/2004 - The Ponderosa Ranch, a western theme amusement park inspired by the hit television show "Bonanza," would be sold to the government and turned into a regional park under a plan being considered by its owners.

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John Tyson Gets Wired To Sleep

Medical Minutes

Updated: 02/27/2004 - Tonight in Medical Minutes, I show you where some patients and their physicians go for answers to sleepless nights.

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Hunting & Fishing Getting More Expensive

Updated: 02/27/2004 - Starting Monday, the cost of a regular hunting license goes from $24 to $33, an increase of 37.5 percent. A regular fishing license goes up 38 percent, from $21 to $29.

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Nevada Sales Up 9.7 Percent In December

Updated: 02/27/2004 - Nevada merchants had a good holiday season, selling $3.56 billion in goods during December for a 9.7 percent increase over the same month a year earlier, a state report showed Friday.

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NRC Official Says Time Short To Review Yucca Questions

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 02/27/2004 - Time is running out to review technical questions about the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump before the Energy Department submits a license application at the end of the year, a Nuclear Regulatory Commission official said Friday.

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Killers Execution Date Set Aside

Updated: 02/27/2004 - The scheduled execution next Friday of a man convicted of two Reno murders was stayed Friday by Washoe County District Judge James Hardesty.

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Lack of Sleep Can Cause Serious Problems

Medical Minutes

Updated: 02/27/2004 - How do you feel after you've had a really good night's sleep? Or better yet, how do you feel when you've had no sleep at all?

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Study: 4,392 Priests Accused of Sex Abuse

Abuse Report Released

Updated: 02/26/2004 - Two church-sanctioned studies documenting sex abuse by U.S. Roman Catholic clergy say that about 4 percent of clerics have been accused of molesting minors since 1950 and blame bishops' "moral laxity" in disciplining offenders for letting the problem worsen.

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Guinn Decries Loss of Revenue to Internet Services

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 02/27/2004 - Gov. Kenny Guinn says he'll meet with officials from all of Nevada's cities and counties to talk about millions of dollars that could be lost as residents switch to new - and untaxed - technologies.

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Nevada Near Bottom of Graduation Rate Study

Updated: 02/27/2004 - Nevada scored poorly in a national comparison of minority graduation rates, with four in 10 Hispanic and black high school students earning diplomas in 2001, compared with six in 10 white students.

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Educators: New Law May Cause Teachers to Quit

Updated: 02/26/2004 - Nevada lawmakers have been warned that the federal No Child Left Behind law may cause some veteran teachers to leave the profession rather than face more schooling, tests and perhaps sanctions.

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March 5 Execution Date Set for Killer

Updated: 02/26/2004 - A March 5 execution date was set Wednesday for Daryl Mack, a Nevada prison inmate who was doing time for one Reno murder when he was convicted on the basis of DNA evidence of a second killing.

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Screening Is Believing - Part II

Updated: 02/26/2004 - Few cancer screening tests prevent cancer from occurring. That's not the case with colonscopy. It can actually remove polyps, which may later develop into cancer.

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Governor Guinn Promises Bush Support

Updated: 02/24/2004 - Republican Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn will continue to push for President Bush's re-election - but won't work to retire Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., to his home town of Searchlight.

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Judge: Fatal Teen DUI Case Shows Weakness in Nevada Law

Updated: 02/24/2004 - A judge who sentenced a 16-year-old driver to two years in juvenile detention in a crash that killed three friends said the case shows the need for new juvenile justice laws in Nevada.

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Bush To Back Gay Marriage Ban Amendment

Updated: 02/24/2004 - Jumping into a volatile election-year debate on same-sex weddings, President Bush on Tuesday backed a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage.

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University Fees Could Rise For New Student Union

University of Nevada, Reno

Updated: 02/24/2004 - Seven out of 10 University of Nevada, Reno students who were surveyed last year said they would be willing to pay higher fees to have a new student union.

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Screening Is Believing - Part I

Updated: 02/26/2004 - Its estimated more than 1,200 Nevadans will be diagnosed with colon cancer this year. It is the second leading cancer killer both here and the rest of the country.

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ABA Announces Expansion Team In Reno

Updated: 02/23/2004 - The American Basketball Association plans to add an expansion team in Reno next year, the first professional basketball team in the city since 1983, the league announced Monday.

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