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Councilman Cites Growth As Need For More Police

Updated: 05/02/2004 - Citing citizen complaints about a lack of police coverage, Reno City Councilman Dave Aiazzi is calling for the hiring of ten new police officers next year.

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Board Moves Closer To Ponderosa Ranch Deal

Lake Tahoe

Updated: 05/02/2004 - A local board has approved a letter of intent to purchase the Ponderosa Ranch property in Incline Village, but stressed a final deal faces many hurdles.

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Nevada Republicans Wrap Up State Convention

Updated: 05/02/2004 - Nevada Republicans wound up their state convention Saturday by bashing Democrats, wrangling over last-minute changes in their state party platform, and selecting their delegates to the GOP national convention this summer.

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Gunmen Kill Six at Saudi Oil Facility

Updated: 05/02/2004 - Suspected militants sprayed gunfire inside an oil contractor's Saudi office Saturday, killing at least six people, including two Americans and three other Westerners, and wounding dozens.

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Group Plans Protest Over Land Closure

Updated: 05/02/2004 - A group of off-road vehicle enthusiasts plans to stage a protest over an emergency closure of a portion of the Pine Nut Range to protect ancient fossils.

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Rural Panel Wants Funds to Study Yucca Mountain Plan

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 05/02/2004 - A panel comprised of members from three rural Nevada counties wants $330,000 to conduct studies of a proposed rail line that would carry nuclear waste shipments to a planned repository at Yucca Mountain.

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GOP's Reed: Kerry Can't Be Trusted to Lead U.S. in War

Updated: 05/02/2004 - A top official for the Bush-Cheney campaign said Sen. John Kerry cannot be trusted to lead the country in war, describing the Democratic presidential hopeful's stand on Iraq as one of "flip-flopping and retreat."

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Prescription Drug Price Comparison

Updated: 04/30/2004 - When it comes to food and cars, many of us search for the best deal we can get, but do you do the same thing when it comes to prescription drugs?

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Nevada Tax Repeal Effort Likely To Fail

Updated: 04/30/2004 - A referendum to repeal Nevada's record $836 million tax increase likely will not qualify for the November ballot, the leader of the effort said Friday.

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Jackson Pleads Innocent To Molestation Charges

Updated: 04/30/2004 - Michael Jackson pleaded not guilty Friday to a grand jury indictment charging him with child molestation and a conspiracy count involving allegations of child abduction, false imprisonment and extortion.

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Judge Grants Woman Leave To Wed Before Sentencing

Mike Scofield

Updated: 04/30/2004 - A woman convicted in the death of a Reno motorcycle officer has been granted a two-day suspension from house arrest to marry her boyfriend before she is sentenced.

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Nevada GOPs Rally Around Bush-Cheney Ticket

Updated: 04/29/2004 - Chanting "four more years," Nevada Republicans rallied around the Bush-Cheney ticket at their state convention Thursday, predicting they will help re-elect him and give Democratic Sen. Harry Reid a run for his money.

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9/11 Panel Quizzes Bush, Cheney For Hours

Updated: 04/29/2004 - Hoping to shape history's judgment, President Bush told the Sept. 11 commission Thursday his administration tried to protect America from terrorists as warnings grew before the devastating attack of 2001.

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Nevada Sales Up In February

Updated: 04/29/2004 - Nevada merchants in February sold $2.87 billion in goods, a 13.4 percent increase over the same month in 2003, the Nevada Department of Taxation reported Thursday.

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World War II Memorial Opens to Public

Updated: 04/29/2004 - A national monument to the 16 million U.S. men and women who served during World War II opened to the public Thursday, giving veterans of that era a sense of recognition some say was long overdue but well worth the wait.

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Three Arrested For Juvenile Sexual Assault

Updated: 04/30/2004 - Police say the 12-year-old girl - who was a runaway - is recovering at home with her parents after being allegedly raped by two 15-year-old boys and 18-year-old Luis Baldovinez.

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U.S. Warplane Fires on Fallujah Targets

Updated: 04/28/2004 - U.S. warplanes pounded Fallujah with 500-pound laser-guided bombs Wednesday and Marines battled insurgents near a train station and in neighborhoods that had seemed to be quieting. American forces decided to delay potentially dangerous patrols into the besieged city.

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Gusting Dust Storm Closes Part Of Highway

Updated: 04/28/2004 - Strong winds kicked up dust storms across northern Nevada Wednesday, reducing visibility to near zero in some areas, forcing closure of some highways and upending at least one big rig on U.S. Interstate 80.

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County Approves Monitoring Tower To Proposed Plant

Updated: 04/28/2004 - Washoe County commissioners have approved a special-use permit for an air-monitoring station near Gerlach, the first step in what could be the biggest coal-fired power plant in Nevada.

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BLM Closes Public Land To Protect Fossils

Updated: 04/28/2004 - The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is closing 2,340 acres of public land in the Pine Nut Range to motorized off-road vehicles in an effort to protect ancient vertebrate fossils.

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U.S. Warplanes Hit Insurgents In Fallujah

Updated: 04/27/2004 - U.S. warplanes and artillery attacked Sunni insurgents holed up in a slum in a thunderous show of force that rocked Fallujah Tuesday, sending huge plumes of black smoke into the night sky. The assault came after American troops killed 64 gunmen near the southern city of Najaf.

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