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Lease-Purchase Ok'd for Nevada Gov't Building

Nevada State Flag

Updated: 01/22/2004 - A state panel voted Wednesday to approve a lease-purchase plan for a new, 120,000-square-foot Nevada government building despite an argument from one panel member that the financing plan violates the wishes of voters.

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Republicans Urge Court to Overturn Tax Decision

Updated: 01/22/2004 - A group of Republican lawmakers asked the nation's top court to overturn a Nevada Supreme Court ruling that invalidated a requirement that a tax increase get the support of two-thirds of the state Legislature.

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Nevada's Republicans Praise Bush; Dems Have Questions

Updated: 01/20/2004 - Nevada's representatives in Congress praised President Bush for his election-year pledge to focus on pushing down health-care costs, but Democrats questioned his commitment to funding health care and other social programs.

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Bush Sees Stronger Economy, Safer Nation

Updated: 01/20/2004 - President Bush, wrapping the themes of his re-election campaign in his State of the Union address, asserted Tuesday night that America is strengthening its economy and successfully combatting terrorism.

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Surpise Storm Brings Snow to Western Nevada

Updated: 01/21/2004 - A surprise storm brought heavy snow Tuesday to portions of western Nevada, creating slick driving conditions for early morning commuters.

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Reid Secure to View State of Union Address

Senator Harry Reid

Updated: 01/21/2004 - Sen. Harry Reid was designated to watch from an "undisclosed, secure location" as President Bush delivered his State of the Union address Tuesday.

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Coalition Fights For Open Space In Region

Updated: 01/20/2004 - A movement to protect ravines, gullies and canyons in the Reno area from development and preserve open space is gaining momentum.

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Experts: Diversification Driving Economy In Area

Updated: 01/20/2004 - Diversification continues to drive steady economic growth in the Reno-Sparks area and lure higher-paying jobs to the region, a leading economist said Tuesday.

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Kerry, Edwards Finish One-Two In Iowa

Updated: 01/19/2004 - John Kerry and John Edwards rode 11th-hour surges to a one-two finish in Iowa's kickoff presidential caucuses Monday.

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Critics Assail Deal Given Elko Deputy

Domestic Violence

Updated: 01/19/2004 - A law enforcement official and domestic abuse advocate are criticizing a deal granted by a justice of the peace that allowed an Elko County sheriff's deputy to avoid prosecution for domestic violence - a crime that could have cost him his career if convicted.

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NAACP Launches Nevada Voter Campaign

Voter Turnout

Updated: 01/19/2004 - Minority leaders in Nevada used the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday to launch a campaign aimed at getting more minorities to the polls on Election Day.

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20 Dead, 63 Injured in Suicide Bombing

Updated: 01/19/2004 - A suicide driver set off a truck bomb at the gates of the U.S.-led coalition headquarters Sunday, killing about 20 people and wounding 63 in the deadliest attack here since Saddam Hussein's capture last month.

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Feds to Inspect Carson Apartments

Updated: 01/19/2004 - Federal housing officials plan to inspect a low-income Carson City apartment complex after several tenants complained of unhealthy living conditions.

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Heller Predicts Record Voter Turnout

Voter Turnout

Updated: 01/18/2004 - Secretary of State Dean Heller already is predicting a record voter turnout for the November general election in Nevada.

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Despite City Opposition, Wal-Mart to Open

Updated: 01/19/2004 - A Wal-Mart Supercenter is expected to open this week in Reno amid the same traffic fears that prompted the city to oppose the project three years ago.

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Testing Irregularities Increase in Nevada

Updated: 01/19/2004 - Nine cases of student cheating on standardized tests were reported statewide during the last school year, the Nevada Department of Education reported.

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US Death Reach Milestone In Iraq

Updated: 01/17/2004 - A powerful bomb exploded under a U.S. armored vehicle in the cane fields north of Baghdad on Saturday, killing three American soldiers and pushing the U.S. death toll in the Iraq conflict to 500.

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Contaminated School To Reopen Tuesday

Updated: 01/17/2004 - A Gardnerville school shut down earlier this month by a mercury spill will reopen Tuesday - and officials say students have nothing to worry about.

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Environmentalists Sue To Stop Sierra Development

Updated: 01/16/2004 - Environmentalists filed a lawsuit Friday to try to block construction of more than 6,000 homes near Lake Tahoe, one of the biggest proposed developments in the Sierra in decades.

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Winds, Blustery Cold Continue To Grip East

Updated: 01/16/2004 - The East was hit with another day of bitter cold and blustery winds that made it feel as cold as 40 degrees below zero in some areas, icing roads and airplanes, and making outdoor exposure deadly.

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Five Fired At Nevada Youth Training Center

Updated: 01/16/2004 - A state official says five employees have been fired at the Nevada Youth Training Center in Elko following allegations that they mistreated students.

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