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Dago Red Tops 500 MPH In Race

Updated: 09/13/2003 - Veteran pilot Skip Holm became the first to break the 500 mph barrier in his red Mustang Dago Red in the 40 years of competition at the Reno National Championship Air Races.

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Sun Valley WIC Center Closed Indefinitely

Updated: 09/13/2003 - Staffing shortages have forced the indefinite closure of a Washoe County public assistance office that serves approximately 2,000 families on the northern outskirts of Reno.

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Tax Referendum In The Works

Updated: 09/12/2003 - An anti-tax activist plans to circulate petitions soon to let Nevadans vote down most of the $836 million tax increase approved by the Legislature in July.

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Sexual Assault Suspect Sought

Washoe County Sheriff's Office

Updated: 09/12/2003 - Washoe County sheriff's deputies were searching Friday for a man suspected of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl under the pretext of hiring her as a baby sitter.

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RibicRESCUE Preparing for Possible Disaster

Updated: 09/12/2003 - The tragedy of Sept. 11 inspired a device designed to prevent future tragedies. It won't stop terrorists - but it can help you get out of a skyscraper alive.

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Guinn and First Lady Pay Tribute to 9-11 Victims

Updated: 09/12/2003 - Flags were lowered to half-staff over government buildings Thursday as Gov. Kenny Guinn and first lady Dema Guinn paid tribute to victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, to emergency workers who dug through rubble looking for survivors, and to Nevada soldiers killed or wounded in Iraq.

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Molester May Have Affected Hundreds of Children

Updated: 09/12/2003 - More than 800 parents and children may have been affected by a Reno daycare worker convicted of sexually assaulting four girls and five boys, said a lawyer for families of the victims.

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Univeristy Looking at New Programs

University of Nevada, Reno

Updated: 09/12/2003 - With enrollment soaring, the University of Nevada, Reno, is considering creating new programs, including one to focus on aging and another devoted to Latino studies.

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CIA Confirms Audio of Bin Laden Deputy

Posted: 09/11/2003 - The CIA has authenticated a section of the audio on the new al-Qaida videotape as an actual recording of Osama bin Laden's chief deputy, but analysts are unsure whether the voice purported to be bin Laden himself is truly him, a CIA official said Thursday.

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Solemn Ceremonies Mark 9-11 Attacks

Updated: 09/11/2003 - Two years after the profound horror and grief of Sept. 11, two bagpipers and a drummer marched onto the former site of the World Trade Center on Thursday, bearing an American flag that once flew over its ruins.

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Spaghetti Bowl Headaches Will be Worth it

Updated: 09/11/2003 - Construction on the Spaghetti Bowl is running full tilt and project managers are asking drivers to be careful now that the freeways are so crowded.

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Operation School Bell Take Care of the Necessities

Updated: 09/11/2003 - Thousands of needy school children across Washoe County are sent to school in the dead of winter without a warm coat - some without socks, and others have only sandles to wear during a snowstorm.

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Embattled Douglas Commission Chairman Steps Down

Updated: 09/10/2003 - Steve Weissinger, facing charges of misdemeanor embezzlement and drunken driving, is stepping down as chairman of the Douglas County Commission - but staying on as a member of the panel.

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Idaho Ruling Could Have Big Impact in Nevada

Updated: 09/11/2003 - A federal court ruling invalidating a requirement that ballot petitions need signatures from a certain percentage of voters in half of Idaho's counties will have a big impact in Nevada, an American Civil Liberties Union leader said Wednesday.

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Reno Safer Since 9/11 Officials Say

Updated: 09/10/2003 - Emergency responders in the Reno area say they are better prepared to handle widespread emergencies because of new measures and procedures installed after the terrorist attacks two years ago.

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Study: Nevada Electric Rates Rise Fastest

Updated: 09/10/2003 - Electricity rates for Nevada homeowners have increased 60 percent over the past 13 years, more than those in any other state, a federal agency found.

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State Panel Ok's Money for NHP Radios

Updated: 09/10/2003 - The state Board of Examiners voted Tuesday to spend $16.1 million on new radio gear for the Nevada Highway Patrol, which was hit with a Federal Communications Commission order to get off more than 140 unauthorized radio frequencies.

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Milk Prices on The Rise Across West

Updated: 09/10/2003 - Milk prices are on the rise and yes, the Nevada Dairy Commission says, the cows themselves are partially to blame.

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More Money for Nevada Head Start Under Review

Updated: 09/10/2003 - Nevada's congressional delegation is joining forces to try to revamp the way federal dollars are appropriated for Head Start education programs.

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Casinos Show 2.6 Percent Gain in July

Gambling

Updated: 09/10/2003 - Nevada casinos won $825.5 million from gamblers in July to start the fiscal year with a 2.6 percent gain over the same month a year earlier, the state Gaming Control Board said Tuesday.

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Reno Residents Oppose Neighborhood Casino

Updated: 09/09/2003 - Residents of a northwest Reno neighborhood are organizing opposition to a proposed casino near the corner of south McCarran Boulevard and West Fourth Street.

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