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Carson Care Home Faces Loss of Funds

Updated: 01/04/2004 - A Carson City care home where six patients died Dec. 9 should get no Medicare reimbursement for new patients after Jan. 17 because of a failure to address six problems by a reinspection, state officials recommended.

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Search for Avalanche Victim in Sierra

AVALANCHE

Updated: 01/04/2004 - A search began Saturday for a cross country skier who became trapped by a New Year's Day avalanche in the Sierra Nevada.

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Derailed Sierra Train Finally Arrives

Updated: 01/02/2004 - The westbound Amtrak train that derailed between Reno and Sacramento on Thursday, leaving 300 passengers and a crew of 15 stranded for more than 14 hours, finally pulled into Emeryville, in the San Francisco Bay area, on Friday morning.

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Terror Threat Means Uncertainty Of Flights

Updated: 01/02/2004 - Facing another week of uncertainty over the terrorist threat from the air, international airlines and foreign governments are greeting increased security with a combination of skepticism and support as flight cancellations and delays spread.

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State Can Use Federal Funds To Fight Yucca Plan

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 01/02/2004 - Nevada is being told it can spend federal funds, but hasn't gotten the money to prepare for upcoming Nuclear Regulatory Commission hearings on the licensing of a national nuclear waste dump in the state, a state official said Friday.

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Black Mold Found in Airport Terminal

Reno / Tahoe International Airport

Updated: 01/02/2004 - Black mold has turned up at the Reno airport, but officials say the toxic fungus has been sealed off and poses no health threat until it can be professionally removed.

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Storm Clogs Highways, Closes Ski Resorts

Updated: 01/01/2004 - A potent winter storm swept into the Sierra just hours into the new year, shutting down the main highways linking Northern California and Nevada and giving ski areas more weather than they could handle.

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Reid Has Surgery to Repair Damaged Nerve

Senator Harry Reid

Updated: 01/02/2004 - Sen. Harry Reid underwent minor surgery two days before Christmas to remove a nerve that had become damaged from years of distance running.

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New Year Snow Snarls Northern Nevada Traffic

Updated: 01/01/2004 - Snow ushered in the new year from the Sierra to Utah with winds that produced a blizzard warning in central and eastern Nevada and condition that halted traffic on Interstate-80.

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Crowds Ring In New Year In Times Square

Happy New Year from WOWT

Updated: 12/31/2003 - Nearly 1 million revelers rang in 2004 with the dropping of the traditional New Year's Eve ball in Times Square - a joyous, confetti-filled bash that took place under some of the tightest security ever seen.

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Storm Ushers 2003 Out In Northern Nevada

Updated: 12/31/2003 - Northern Nevada greeted 2004 pretty much the same way it exited 2003, with another in a series of potent winter storms that put a snowy, gusty damper on New Year's Eve plans.

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Head Of Yucca Mountain Panel Quits

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 12/31/2003 - The head of a panel of scientists reviewing plans for a national nuclear waste dump in Nevada is quitting, telling President Bush that allegations of conflict of interest are hampering the board's work.

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Nevada 75 - No. 6 Kansas 61

Updated: 12/22/2003 - Nevada coach Trent Johnson figured his team needed to play a near-perfect game to beat Kansas. That's what the Wolf Pack did.

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Carson Jail Escapee Captured In Reno

Updated: 12/20/2003 - A Carson City Jail escapee was captured at a Reno motel less than seven hours after he scaled a wall at the jail.

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