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Climbers' Group OK's Temporary Ban at Cave Rock

Lake Tahoe

Updated: 07/05/2004 - An advocacy group for climbers is urging its members to temporarily refrain from scaling Cave Rock at Lake Tahoe through the summer while its lawsuit against the U.S. Forest Service is pending.

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Former Wildlife Commissioner Facing Additional Charges

Scales of Justice

Updated: 07/04/2004 - A former Nevada wildlife commissioner and his son who already are in trouble in Churchill and Pershing counties now face felony charges in Lincoln County alleging unlawful killing or possession of an elk without a valid tag.

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Fireworks Roar As U.S. Marks Independence

Updated: 07/04/2004 - The Fourth of July was a day for parades, picnics, fireworks and summer stunts such as the annual hot dog-eating contest, but it also included sober reminders of a nation at war and of the ongoing threat of terrorism.

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N.Y. to Begin Construction at Ground Zero

Updated: 07/04/2004 - A 20-ton slab of granite, inscribed to honor "the enduring spirit of freedom," was laid Sunday at the World Trade Center site as the cornerstone of the skyscraper that will replace the destroyed towers.

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Group Denies Killing U.S. Marine Hostage

Updated: 07/04/2004 - A militant group denied on Sunday that it killed U.S. Marine Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun, injecting hope into his family's tense wait for news. The fate of the Lebanese-born Marine remains unknown, though Lebanon's Foreign Ministry says he is believed dead.

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Iraqi Militants Claim to Behead Marine

Updated: 07/04/2004 - Iraqi militants claimed on a Web site Saturday that they beheaded a captive U.S. Marine, in what would be the fourth decapitation of a foreign hostage in the region since May.

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Nevada, California In Line To Get Air Tankers

Updated: 07/04/2004 - Two of five firefighting air tankers cleared to return to service after being grounded over safety concerns are headed for Nevada and California, federal officials said Saturday.

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Iraq May Give Amnesty to Insurgents

Updated: 07/04/2004 - Iraq's prime minister, less than a week after taking power, may offer amnesty to insurgents and could extend it to those who killed American troops in an apparent bid to lure Saddam Hussein loyalists from their campaign of violence.

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Study: Fewer Nevada Successful At Buying Tobacco

Updated: 07/04/2004 - Fewer high school students bought cigarettes at Nevada stores in 2003, according to a study by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Nevada Department of Education.

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Actor Marlon Brando Dies At Age 80

Updated: 07/02/2004 - Actor Marlon Brando has died at age 80. The death occurred at an undisclosed Los Angeles hospital Thursday, attorney David J. Seeley said Friday. The cause of death was being withheld, Seeley said, noting the actor "was a very private man."

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Firefighters Hope To Contain Verdi Fire By Sunday

Updated: 07/02/2004 - Firefighters west of Reno are getting a break from the weather as light winds, slightly higher humidity and a lack of new lightning strikes helped them gain ground on a 1,200-acre complex of wildfires.

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Job Growth Slows In June

Updated: 07/02/2004 - The economy created just 112,000 jobs in June, slowing from the torrid pace of the previous three months and raising new misgivings about the strength and endurance of the rebounding jobs market.

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Ex-Senator Cleland In Town Stumping For Kerry

Updated: 07/02/2004 - Veterans will help elect Democrat John Kerry because he was a hero in combat while President Bush's costly missteps in Iraq show he doesn't understand war, ex-Sen. Max Cleland said Friday.

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Tahoe Boat Ramp To Close

Updated: 07/02/2004 - In another omen of deepening drought, the most popular public boat ramp on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe is closing a week from Sunday because of the falling level of the lake.

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Saddam Scoffs At Charges Of War Crimes

Updated: 07/01/2004 - Saddam Hussein scoffed at charges of war crimes and mass killings Thursday, making a defiant first public appearance since being hunted down seven months ago.

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Verdi Complex Fire Grows To 1,100 Acres

Updated: 07/01/2004 - Firefighters got a break from the weather on Thursday as light winds and slightly higher humidity helped them battle an 1,100-acre complex of wildfires west of Reno.

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Reno Judge Rejects Dismissal Bid in IGT Tax Case

Updated: 07/01/2004 - A Reno judge refused Thursday to dismiss a whistleblower's claim that slot machine giant International Game Technology filed false tax returns and owes up to $30 million in back state taxes.

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Peace Activists Meet With Gibbons About Iraq War

Congressman Jim Gibbons, R-Nevada

Updated: 07/01/2004 - Peace activists who met with Rep. Jim Gibbons on Thursday said the Nevada Republican listened to their pleas to bring U.S. troops home from Iraq but "seemed unmoved."

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Agency: Marines Still Owe $10 Million For Sierra Fire

Updated: 07/01/2004 - A $10 million bill sent to the Marine Corps to cover the costs of fighting a 22,750-acre Sierra Nevada wildlife two years ago remains unpaid, the U.S. Forest Service confirmed Thursday.

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Fatal Shooting on Kings Row

Updated: 07/02/2004 - Detectives are still investigating a shooting in Northwest Reno that left one man dead

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