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Airport Traffic Rises In October

Air Travel

Updated: 12/02/2003 - Northern Nevada's tourism industry got a boost from continued growth in passenger traffic at the Reno airport in October, up 2.8 percent over last October.

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Secretary Of State In Dispute Over Voting Machines

Updated: 12/02/2003 - Secretary of State Dean Heller and northern Nevada voter registrars are squabbling over the type of electronic voting machines the state will buy in coming weeks.

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Teen Girl Dies In Sierra Ski Accident

Updated: 12/02/2003 - A 13-year-old California girl died from injuries she suffered in a skiing accident at a resort near Lake Tahoe, the first fatality of the new ski season in the Sierra.

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Trailer Park Residents Face Uncertainty Over Power

Only on 8

Updated: 12/02/2003 - Imagine having to spend the night in these freezing temperatures without lights, heat, or any power at all. Residents of a local mobile home park almost had to endure that.

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Divorce Proceedings Lead to Murder-Suicide

Washoe County Sheriff's Office

Updated: 12/02/2003 - Washoe County sheriff's detectives investigating a double killing in Sun Valley said Monday they suspect it was a murder-suicide stemming from an argument over a pending divorce.

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Panel to Develop Plans for Nevada Wilderness

Nevada Legislature 2003

Updated: 12/02/2003 - A legislative study committee will meet in Winnemucca Dec. 18 to begin developing recommendations on what Congress should do with Nevada's 20-year-old Wilderness Study Areas.

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Local Zoo May be Forced to Sell Animals

Updated: 12/02/2003 - The Sierra Safari Zoo is rapidly running out of money and may be forced to sell animals if additional funds to feed them aren't raised this month, the Reno facility's co-founder said.

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Nevada Has 'Widspread' Flu Officials Say

Updated: 11/29/2003 - Nevada has been designated by national health officials as having a widespread incidence of the flu, but so far the outbreak is confined mainly to the northern part of the state, officials said Wednesday.

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Bistate Agency Could Lift Pier Ban At Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

Updated: 11/29/2003 - A 16-year ban on new piers at Lake Tahoe could be lifted under a proposal to be unveiled next year by the bistate agency charged with protecting the lake's environment.

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Mound House Killings Ruled Murder-Suicide

Updated: 11/28/2003 - The killings of a Mound House couple was a murder-suicide by a woman who shot and wounded her 7-year-old autistic son before turning the gun on herself, Lyon County investigators said.

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Nevada Eyes Expanding Gambling In California

Updated: 11/28/2003 - Gambling analysts are beginning to consider whether Nevada will suffer if California turns to Indian gambling to help plug its budget deficit.

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No. 18 Broncos Look To Seal WAC Title Against Pack

Updated: 11/28/2003 - The No. 18 Broncos are one win away from clinching their second straight Western Athletic Conference title and are expected to make a repeat appearance in the Humanitarian Bowl in Boise on Jan. 3.

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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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