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Carson Jail Escapee Captured In Reno

Updated: 12/20/2003 - A Carson City Jail escapee was captured at a Reno motel less than seven hours after he scaled a wall at the jail.

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North Tahoe Water Rates To Rise Again

Updated: 12/20/2003 - For the third straight year, the Tahoe City Public Utility District board has voted to raise water and sewer rates.

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Casinos Use Controversial Database To Net Cheats

Gambling

Updated: 12/20/2003 - Moments after Kevin Lewis sat down last summer at a high stakes blackjack table inside an Atlantic City casino, the pit boss got the word: Lewis was a card counter.

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Nevada Jobless Rate Drops To 4.5 Percent

Updated: 12/19/2003 - The state's jobless rate slipped to 4.5 percent during November, as the number of out-of-work Nevadans dropped by about 4,400 to 48,700 and total jobs in all industries topped 1.1 million.

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Nevada Voters May Top 1 Million In 2004

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Nevada's voter registration declined in the last two elections, but Secretary of State Dean Heller says the number of people who register could reach a record 1 million for the 2004 elections.

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Humboldt DA Seeks Ault Trial in Detention Center Attack

Updated: 12/19/2003 - Humboldt County District Attorney David Allison says he plans to try at least one youth, if not two of them, as adults in last week's attack on staff at the county Juvenile Detention Center.

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Wal-Mart to Return to Carson City

Updated: 12/19/2003 - First, Carson City lost its Wal-Mart to neighboring Douglas County. Then, it lost its Kmart to Kmart's financial woes. But now, it's getting Wal-Mart back.

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Gas Prices Dipping in Time for Holidays

Updated: 12/18/2003 - Santa has an early Christmas present for Nevada motorists, especially the ones whose trip to grandfather's house involves a pretty good trek.

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New Middle School to Bear Educator's Name

Updated: 12/18/2003 - Washoe County's newest middle school will bear the name of the late Yvonne Shaw, who was a champion of American Indian education as a teacher and during her three terms on the state school board.

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Feds Cutting Prison Drug Rehab Funds

Illegal Drugs

Updated: 12/17/2003 - A $7 million federal budget cut will leave Nevada prisons with no treatment programs for inmates with alcohol or drug addiction problems by mid-2004, state officials say.

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Adoptees Call for Opening Records

Updated: 12/18/2003 - After hearing pleas from people who were adopted as children, Nevada lawmakers will again consider giving adults access to their adoption records.

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Judge McGee to Remain on Bench

Updated: 12/17/2003 - A Washoe County family drug court judge arrested on suspicion of drunken driving will remain on the bench, but under close scrutiny.

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