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Nevada Supreme Court Justice Leavitt Dies

Updated: 01/10/2004 - Nevada Supreme Court Justice Myron Leavitt, who held other top local and state positions during a career that spanned five decades, died late Friday at a Las Vegas hospital. He was 73.

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Terror Alert Level Lowered To Yellow

Updated: 01/09/2004 - The Bush administration lowered the national terror warning level Friday as Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said that an urgent threat had passed. However, the airline industry remained at high alert.

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Nevada Gets 'D' In Gun Safety

Updated: 01/09/2004 - The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has given Nevada's gun control laws a D grade for the seventh year in a row. But local police, gun safety advocates and gun merchants say Nevada should get more credit for its other preventive measures.

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Many Casinos Fail To File Emergency Plans

Updated: 01/09/2004 - More than 100 large Nevada resorts have failed to submit emergency response plans to state and local authorities as required under a new homeland security law, officials said.

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Recall Movement of Washoe Judge Afoot

Updated: 01/09/2004 - A group made up primarily of divorced fathers unhappy with child support and custody rulings is preparing a petition to try to recall a Washoe County judge recently jailed for drunken driving.

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Group Praises Nevada Safety Laws

Updated: 01/08/2004 - Nevada received a thumbs-up for its traffic safety laws, but a national study released Thursday said the state could also toughen seat belt requirements and restrictions on teenage drivers.

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Nevada's Education Funding Gets Low Marks

Updated: 01/08/2004 - Nevada's funding for public schools grew the least of any state between 1999 and 2001, according to a national review of education quality.

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Nevada Law Prohibits Sealing Of Governor's Records

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Updated: 01/08/2004 - Unlike Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean, who sealed some of his executive records for the time he was governor in Vermont, Nevada's governor has no such privilege.

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35 Soliders Wounded in Mortar Attack

Updated: 01/07/2004 - Anti-American insurgents fired mortar rounds at a U.S. military camp Wednesday night, wounding 35 U.S. soldiers, the U.S. command said.

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Security Alert Level Costly for Nevada

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Updated: 01/08/2004 - Nevada's state and local agencies spent an estimated $700,000 to secure the safety of New Year's Eve celebrations, officials said Wednesday.

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Mercury Closes School For Rest Of Week

Updated: 01/07/2004 - A Nevada middle school will remain closed at least through week's end as hazardous materials crews clean it of mercury contamination and federal health experts join a review of potential dangers, officials said Wednesday.

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Concrete Work On I-80 To Be Redone

Updated: 01/07/2004 - The reopening of a portion of Interstate 80 in Sparks will be delayed because of substandard work, state highway officials said.

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New Smog Detector Unveiled

Updated: 01/07/2004 - Vehicles that belch polluting emissions could be easily identified by new technology developed by scientists at the Desert Research Institute in Reno.

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IGT Accused of Filing False Tax Returns

Updated: 01/07/2004 - A whistleblower auditor claims that International Game Technology, the world's leading slot machine manufacturer, knowingly filed false state tax returns and could owe Nevada more than $20 million in back taxes.

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Boy Brings Mercury to School & Forces Evacuation

Updated: 01/07/2004 - A Douglas County middle school was evacuated and dozens of students were decontaminated as a precaution Tuesday after one youth brought mercury to school.

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