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BLM Closes Sites Along Walker River

Updated: 11/28/2003 - The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has closed 51 acres of a popular area along the Walker River to campers and vehicles in Lyon County's Wilson Canyon.

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Clerks Say Voting Machines Needed Now

Updated: 11/28/2003 - County clerks in Nevada say time is running short if they are to purchase and install new touch-screen voting systems by the November 2004 election.

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Bush Stun Troops, U.S. With Iraq Visit

Updated: 11/27/2003 - President Bush flew to Iraq under extraordinary secrecy and security Thursday to spend Thanksgiving with U.S. troops and thank them for "defending the American people from danger."

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Washoe Officials Agree To Fix Inmate Tracking Problem

Washoe County Sheriff's Office

Updated: 11/27/2003 - Washoe County judges, court clerks and jail officials will meet over the coming weeks to fix inmate tracking problems that have led to the mistaken release of at least seven inmates.

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Reno Man Arrested For Rape & Stabbing

Updated: 11/27/2003 - Police have arrested a 40-year-old convicted sex offender accused of stabbing and sexually assaulting a Reno woman in her bedroom.

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Nevada Guard Members Home For The Holiday

Updated: 11/27/2003 - Sgt. Henry Lujan was one of 86 citizen soldiers who returned to a joyful homecoming at Nellis Air Force Base on Wednesday - in time for Thanksgiving on Thursday.

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Jet Fuel Found In Fallon Tree Samples

Fallon Cancer Cluster

Posted: 11/27/2003 - An Arizona scientist studying Fallon's childhood leukemia cluster says chemicals found in jet fuel have been found in tree core samples.

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Nevadans Hit The Road For Holiday

Updated: 11/26/2003 - Millions of Americans are traveling this holiday weekend. Right here in Nevada, AAA predicts more than 250,000 people will head 50 miles or more from home.

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Reno Man Pleads Guilty To Shooting Reno Cop

Updated: 11/26/2003 - A man charged with shooting and wounding a Reno police officer after a traffic stop has pleaded guilty to attempted murder with a deadly weapon.

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Panel Draws Final Version of New Tax Regulations

Updated: 11/26/2003 - Regulations that will enable the state to start gathering nearly $500 million in new payroll and live entertainment taxes were approved Tuesday by the Nevada Tax Commission - after four months of hearings and workshops on the rules.

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Truck Examined In Missing Carson Mother Case

Updated: 11/26/2003 - Investigators began a detailed examination Tuesday of a truck they hope will provide clues in the case of a woman missing since Nov. 10, when her 3-year-old son said she had been killed by a man now in custody in Utah.

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More Nevadans Plan Holiday Travel

Updated: 11/26/2003 - More Nevadans are planning to take to the skies and highways over the Thanksgiving holiday, AAA Nevada said Tuesday.

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Protests Mark Bush's First Visit to Las Vegas as President

Updated: 11/26/2003 - President Bush visited Las Vegas on Tuesday, hoping to raise funds and support among Nevada residents, who turned out in force to show their anger at his decisions to approve Yucca Mountain and reform Medicare.

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Date Set for Battery Trial of Ex-Rock Singer

Updated: 11/26/2003 - An April 22 trial date has been set in Dayton Justice Court for former Motley Crue singer Vince Neil, who is accused of battery on a prostitute at a Nevada brothel.

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Nevada Lawmakers Focus on Handicapped Access Issues

Updated: 11/26/2003 - A legislative panel studying disability issues plans to focus on access problems in state-funded public buildings after fielding complaints about two sports facilities at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

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Local Seniors Say Medicare Bill Long Overdue

Updated: 11/24/2003 - A new AFL-CIO poll showed that 78 percent of seniors surveyed say the legislation doesn't do enough to protect retired Americans who are now covered by employer-provided prescription drug plans.

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Medicare Drug Bill Nears Final Approval

Updated: 11/24/2003 - The Senate cleared the way Monday for final congressional passage of landmark legislation to add a prescription drug benefit and a free-enterprise flavor to Medicare.

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Nevada Sentors Vote Against Medicare Bill

Senator Harry Reid

Updated: 11/24/2003 - Nevada Sens. Harry Reid, a Democrat, and John Ensign, a Republican, both said Monday that they were voting against a $400 billion Medicare reform bill sought by President Bush - but for completely different reasons.

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Guinn Recall Effort Fails

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 11/24/2003 - An antitax group trying to recall Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn gave up Monday, with a leader saying not enough signatures were gathered to qualify the recall question for ballot position.

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