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Agency Won't Sue to Block Development Near Tahoe

Updated: 02/02/2004 - The agency charged with protecting Lake Tahoe's environment will not file a lawsuit against a massive development project planned just outside the Tahoe Basin, its new executive director decided.

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Kerry Looks Unstoppable in Five States

Updated: 02/02/2004 - John Kerry looks tough to beat in five Democratic presidential contests Tuesday, party strategists say, with dreams of a decisive sweep hinging on two states — South Carolina and Oklahoma.

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Gardnerville Doctor Cited For Bravery In Iraq

Updated: 01/31/2004 - A Gardnerville physician who volunteered for duty in Iraq last year as a flight surgeon has been honored for his valor in treating a wounded Marine in a minefield.

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Maximum Prison Sentence For Cop Shooter

Updated: 01/31/2004 - A seven-time Korean national martial arts champion has drawn the maximum sentence for shooting a Reno police officer after a March 2003 traffic stop.

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Students Honor Columbia Crew, Plan Memorial Science Center

Updated: 01/31/2004 - Students and teachers at Lamping Elementary School are remembering the crew of the Columbia on the first anniversary of the shuttle's explosion and looking ahead to a $2 million science center honoring the shuttle's pilot.

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Assesor Lowers Hotel-Casino Property Values

Tax System Report

Updated: 01/30/2004 - A dozen Reno-area hotel-casinos are getting some big tax breaks in this year's county appraisal, reflecting a slide in the county's gambling revenues over the past four years.

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January Warm Statewide With Mixed Precipitation

Updated: 01/30/2004 - Nevada started the year on a warm note with a spread of precipitation ranging from near normal in the north to well below normal in the south, state Climatologist John James said on Friday.

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Nevada Doctors Alarmed By Talk Of Tests

Updated: 01/30/2004 - A proposal to test doctors for proficiency won't improve patient care and will discourage doctors from coming to Nevada, physicians have told the state Board of Medical Examiners.

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Nevada Teachers Announce Education Initiative

Updated: 01/28/2004 - A group representing Nevada teachers said Wednesday it's moving ahead with an initiative petition aimed at funding Nevada's K-12 public schools at the national average.

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BLM Says Geothermal Exploration Underfunded

Updated: 01/28/2004 - The federal government has a backlog of 230 requests to go prospecting for geothermal energy, many of which were filed when Bill Clinton was in his first term as president.

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Lawmakers Question Delays In State Medicaid Payments

Updated: 01/28/2004 - Legislators raised questions Wednesday about problems with the state's new $17.3 million Medicaid computer system that have delayed claim payments, creating financial hardships for some doctors and other medical providers.

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Kerry Boosts Momentum With N.H. Win

Updated: 01/28/2004 - John Kerry overpowered Howard Dean to easily win New Hampshire's primary Tuesday, a second-straight campaign victory for the newly minted Democratic presidential front-runner.

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Judge Rules Against Genoa Developer

Updated: 01/28/2004 - A judge ruled Tuesday against a wealthy developer who wanted to build a timeshare project in the historic Genoa area.

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Wild Horses to Be Gathered Near Lahontan

Updated: 01/28/2004 - Federal land managers are planning a big roundup of wild horses this week near the Lahontan Reservoir 45 miles east of Carson City.

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Minnesota Delegation Hears Nevada Opposition To Yucca

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 01/27/2004 - A delegation of Minnesota lawmakers got an anti-nuclear earful from Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn and state and county officials before a scheduled Tuesday tour of the site the federal government has picked for a national radioactive waste dump.

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Storm Brings Road Controls Over Sierras

Updated: 01/26/2004 - A storm that turned out to be a little more potent that forecasters had expected brought out chain controls on the California side of the Sierra late Monday.

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Portion of Patriot Act Ruled Unconstitutional

Updated: 01/27/2004 - A federal judge has declared unconstitutional a portion of the USA Patriot Act that bars giving expert advice or assistance to groups designated foreign terrorist organizations.

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