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Gaming Conference Stresses Need For Diverse Economy

Updated: 02/19/2004 - Promoting northern Nevada as an adventure playground, luring more conventions and customized marketing to loyal casino customers are keys to Reno's economic survival, industry leaders were told Thursday.

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Donald Trump Approved for State Gaming License

Updated: 02/20/2004 - Developer Donald Trump was approved Thursday by state regulators to hold a stake in the Riviera hotel-casino - but said the Las Vegas Strip resort is a foot-in-the-door licensing opportunity and doesn't figure in his future Nevada plans.

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Statue of Winnemucca to Represent Nevada

Updated: 02/20/2004 - Artist Benjamin Victor's depiction of Sarah Winnemucca has been chosen to represent Nevada in the U.S. Capitol's National Statuary Hall in Washington, D.C.

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Leukemia Panel To Convene Once More

Fallon Cancer Cluster

Updated: 02/19/2004 - An expert panel involved in extensive studies of a childhood leukemia cluster in this rural northern Nevada town presents a final report Monday -- and no conclusive answers are expected.

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Court Says Suspect's Statement Coerced

Updated: 02/19/2004 - Prosecutors cannot use statements made to police by a man charged with killing his girlfriend's 2-year-old daughter, the Nevada Supreme Court has ruled.

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Nevada Lawmakers Review Medical Examiners' Panel

Updated: 02/18/2004 - Nevada lawmakers were told Wednesday the state panel charged with protecting residents from incompetent doctors is taking new steps to keep the public informed of its efforts.

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Reid Calls for Investigation of Yucca Dust

Senator Harry Reid

Updated: 02/19/2004 - Senator Harry Reid called for a federal investigation into safety practices at Yucca Mountain Wednesday after the Energy Department acknowledged it had been aware of the potential for silica-laden dust to become airborne during mining operations at the planned nuclear waste site.

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Storm Brings Heavy Snow to Sierras

Updated: 02/19/2004 - Snow and rain again pelted northern Nevada and the Sierra on Wednesday as the latest in a series of Pacific storms hit the region before making its exit.

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Porn Flick Aired Over Carson Cable Channel

Updated: 02/19/2004 - Local public-access television operators thought they were airing a show about a boxing match during prime time Friday night, but instead viewers saw a porn movie.

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Woman Says She Was Ordered To Falsify Yucca Records

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 02/18/2004 - A former employee of the company that built the exploratory tunnel at Yucca Mountain claimed she was ordered to falsify her reports on toxic dust levels in the tunnel where workers say they contracted lung diseases.

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Kerry Edges Out Edwards in Wisconsin

Updated: 02/18/2004 - John Kerry squeezed past hard-charging John Edwards on Tuesday to win Wisconsin's primary, gateway to a 10-state, two-man showdown March 2.

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Judge Says Gay Wedding Might Violate Law

Updated: 02/17/2004 - A judge said San Francisco might be violating the law by issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples, but he declined Tuesday to order an immediate halt and the mayor said the weddings would continue.

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Gerlach Residents Set to Fight Power Plant

Updated: 02/18/2004 - Gerlach residents are pledging to fight a proposed coal-fired power plant, fearing it will pollute the air, drain groundwater and destroy wildlife habitat near the desert community 100 miles north of Reno.

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Storm Brings Rain, Snow, Wind To Sierra

Updated: 02/16/2004 - A potent storm funneled by warm moisture from the South Pacific brought snow, rain and blustery winds Monday to the Sierra and northern Nevada.

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Kerry Targets Bush's Daytona 'Photo Op'

Updated: 02/16/2004 - A confident John Kerry launched a full-throttle attack on President Bush's economic policies, mostly ignoring his Democratic rivals on the eve of the Wisconsin primary.

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Hiker Rescued Following Fall In Sierra

Updated: 02/16/2004 - A Sacramento man suffered serious injuries when he fell about 800 feet while hiking in the Sierra near Lake Tahoe.

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Bush Touts Tax Cuts As Economic Fix

Updated: 02/16/2004 - President Bush, brushing aside concerns about the unprecedented budget deficit, renewed his demand that Congress extend his tax cuts, and charged Monday that Democrats would hike taxes.

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'Electability' Turned Most Nevadana To Kerry

Updated: 02/15/2004 - Many of the Democrats who sent John Kerry to a big caucus victory in Nevada started out supporting another candidate but gravitated to the Massachusetts senator as the party's best bet to defeat President Bush.

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ABC Tournament Opens In Reno

Updated: 02/15/2004 - About 82,000 bowlers from across the country are competing for a $30,000 first prize in what organizers call the world's largest bowling tournament.

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Memorial To Slain Children Set To Be Erected

Updated: 02/15/2004 - With the blessing of state officials, a woman is moving ahead with plans to erect a memorial to slain children next to the Supreme Court building in Carson City.

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