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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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Judge Orders Auditor For Reno Pipeline Project

Posted: 09/09/2003 - A Reno judge has ordered an independent auditor to examine the costs for moving an underground pipeline to make way for the city's train trench project.

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Music Group Sues Music File Swappers

Updated: 09/08/2003 - The music industry's largest trade group filed 261 copyright lawsuits across the country Monday against Internet users who trade songs online, an aggressive campaign to discourage piracy through fears of expensive civil penalties or settlements.

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State GOP Heading Towards 2004 Election

Updated: 09/09/2003 - The Republican Party rolled out its leadership team in Nevada on Monday, staking claim to the battleground state and promising to deliver its crucial electoral votes to President Bush in the 2004 election.

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Nevada High Court Affirms Death Penalty

Updated: 09/09/2003 - The Nevada Supreme Court on Monday affirmed the death penalty imposed against Daryl Linnie Mack for the 1988 killing of a Reno woman.

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Muslims Reflect on Lost Freedoms

Updated: 09/09/2003 - Hazem S. EL-Zanan, a researcher and student at the University of Nevada, Reno's Desert Research Institute, wants to make the world a cleaner place.

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Reno Homeless Project Gets Funding

City of Reno, Nevada

Updated: 09/08/2003 - About $4.6 million in federal funds soon will be on its way to Nevada for various environmental and community projects, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., announced.

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Two Pilots Injured in Crashes Before Races

Updated: 09/08/2003 - Two pilots were injured in separate crashes Sunday morning while making practice runs before the start of the Reno National Championship Air Races.

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Reno Receives Grants to Hire Cops

Reno Police Department

Updated: 09/08/2003 - The city of Reno has been awarded $450,000 in federal funds to hire six full-time community police officers.

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