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Bush Is 11th President to Visit Nothern Nevada

Updated: 06/16/2004 - Friday's campaign stop by President Bush in Reno marks only the 13th visit to northern Nevada by a sitting president and the first since Bill Clinton attended the Lake Tahoe summit seven years ago.

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Judge Extends Deadline for Citizen Ballot Initiatives

Updated: 06/16/2004 - A judge early Tuesday extended deadlines for ballot initiative petitioners who claimed harassment by public officials hampered their efforts to get enough signatures to qualify for the Nov. 2 ballot.

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Reno Police Chief Stepping Down

Reno Police Department

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Reno Police Chief Jerry Hoover said on Monday he's stepping down after seven years as Reno's top law enforcement officer to take a consulting position with an international firm.

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Nevada Minimum Wage, Education Petitions Turned In

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Organizers of efforts to fund Nevada public schools to the national average and to raise the minimum wage said they turned in more than enough signatures on Monday to qualify their petitions for a spot on the November ballot.

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Supreme Court Preserves 'God' In Pledge

Updated: 06/14/2004 - The Supreme Court preserved the phrase "one nation, under God," in the Pledge of Allegiance, ruling Monday that a California atheist could not challenge the patriotic oath but sidestepping the broader question of separation of church and state.

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Construction Begins On Mount Rose Trailhead

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Washoe County's most popular hiking destination is getting more accessible, thanks to construction of a $510,000 trailhead and welcome center and a new trail leading to the mountaintop.

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Nevada Not Sharing Sex Offender Data With FBI

Updated: 06/14/2004 - A review of law enforcement data-sharing found that Nevada is the only state not filing information about sex offenders with a nationwide FBI database.

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Recalled Nye Official Get Prison Term For Public Theft

Updated: 06/14/2004 - The longest criminal case involving an elected official in Nye County history has come to a close with the sentencing of former county Public Administrator Robert "Red" Dyer on the last of more than 30 charges.

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Powell: Terrorism Report a 'Big Mistake'

Updated: 06/13/2004 - A State Department report that incorrectly showed a decline last year in terrorism worldwide was a "big mistake," Secretary of State Colin Powell said Sunday.

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Ex-President Bush Takes Birthday Skydive

Updated: 06/13/2004 - Former President George H.W. Bush celebrated his 80th birthday with a 13,000-foot parachute jump over his presidential library Sunday, and said he felt the same thrill of prior jumps even though his hopes of skydiving solo were dashed.

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Study: Relocating Bears Ineffective

Updated: 06/13/2004 - The practice of shipping marauding bears in the Lake Tahoe Basin out of town may be humane, but it's also ineffective, according to a study by wildlife experts.

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Police ID Man Who Died in Struggle

Updated: 06/13/2004 - Toxicology results are pending to try to determine what caused the death of a man during a struggle with officers, authorities said.

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Al-Qaida Claims U.S. Slaying and Hostage

Updated: 06/12/2004 - Suspected militants killed an American in the Saudi capital on Saturday, shooting him in the back as he parked in his home garage, and the U.S. Embassy said it was searching for an American who was missing.

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Stalking Suspect Had Prior Conviction

Updated: 06/12/2004 - A man charged with stalking a Reno doctor had been treated for mental illness and was described by a victim in a previous case as his family's "personal terrorist," authorities said.

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As Sun Sets, Reagan Laid To Rest

Ronald Reagan

Updated: 06/11/2004 - In a final, majestic hail to the chief, the nation bade a lingering goodbye Friday to Ronald Reagan at a stately service in Washington under somber skies and at a hilltop burial ceremony in his beloved California beneath a setting sun.

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Mandalay Rejects MGM Mirage's $4.85 Billion Bid

Updated: 06/11/2004 - Mandalay Resort Group rejected MGM Mirage Inc.'s $4.85 billion cash buyout offer that would have created the largest casino company in the world, saying Friday that the $68 per share bid was insufficient.

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Wildlife Probe Termed 'Witch Hunt'

Updated: 06/11/2004 - A lawyer for a former wildlife commissioner and his son accused of multiple hunting violations says his clients are innocent and the investigation amounts to a "witch hunt."

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Ex-Lander County Sheriff To Fact State Charges

Updated: 06/11/2004 - Former Lander County Sheriff Michael Glenn Kranovich, sentenced last year to federal prison for stealing federal funds while in office, was arrested Thursday on state charges.

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Nation's Capitol Mourns Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan

Updated: 06/10/2004 - Ronald Reagan lay in state Wednesday under the Capitol dome, his body borne to that historic place of tribute by horse-drawn carriage past thousands drawn to the high pageantry of America's first presidential state funeral in three decades.

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Body of Missing Fernely Woman Found in Accident

Updated: 06/10/2004 - A Fernley woman who mysteriously disappeared a week ago apparently died in a crash off a state highway down an embankment near the Truckee River north of Wadsworth, authorities said Wednesday.

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AP: Final 9/11 Report Slams FBI, CIA

Updated: 06/09/2004 - Hoping to avoid partisan attacks, the Sept. 11 commission has drafted a final report that avoids placing blame on individuals in the Bush or Clinton administrations but sharply criticizes the FBI and intelligence agencies for missteps prior to the catastrophe.

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Troopers Demand Fix to Radio Problems

Updated: 06/10/2004 - The union representing Nevada Highway Patrol troopers is demanding management outline its plan to fix a new $10 million dollar radio system that leaves some troopers cut off from emergency dispatchers.

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Friday Won't Be Holiday for State

Updated: 06/10/2004 - While Friday has been declared a national day of mourning in honor of the late President Ronald Reagan, there won't be any holiday for state workers.

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Missing Woman's Children Ask for Public's Help

Updated: 06/10/2004 - Four children of a northern Nevada woman who mysteriously disappeared a week ago made a tearful appeal to the public Wednesday to help find her and her dark blue pickup truck.

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Man Accused Of Stalking Reno Doctor

Updated: 06/09/2004 - A man accused of stalking a local surgeon by leaving him packages containing dead animals, feces and a threaten notes was arrested Tuesday, police said.

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