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Five Share Lead at Reno-Tahoe Open

Updated: 08/22/2003 - Bob Tway, Kirk Triplett, Paul Stankowski, Steve Pate and Andy Miller shared the lead at 5-under-par 67 before a surprise Sierra thunderstorm suspended first-round play Thursday at the Reno-Tahoe Open.

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School District Pays $1.3 for Cost Overrun

Updated: 08/21/2003 - Washoe County School District trustees have agreed to pay a contractor $1.3 million for cost overruns at the new Damonte Ranch High School.

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Water Ruling Could Affect Nevada Farmers

Updated: 08/21/2003 - An appeals court has returned a long-running battle over water rights to a federal district judge and the state engineer in a ruling that could affect how much water some Northern Nevada farmers can use.

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Error Inflates Student Test Scores

Updated: 08/20/2003 - Thousands of Nevada students in third and fifth grades might have received inflated scores on mandatory basic skills tests given in the spring because of a mistake made by Harcourt Educational Measurement.

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Vegas Flooding Prompts State of Emergency

Updated: 08/21/2003 - Flood waters receded Wednesday and residents began the messy job of cleaning up after intense storms swamped some neighborhoods, knocking out power to thousands and leaving motorists stranded atop their cars.

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Guinn Says Terror Exercise Will Help Nevada

Homeland Readiness

Updated: 08/20/2003 - The nation's largest terrorism response exercise being conducted in Las Vegas will help Nevada prepare in the event the unthinkable should occur, Gov. Kenny Guinn and other state officials said.

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Biker "Colors" Ruled OK In Courthouse

Updated: 08/20/2003 - A federal judge has struck down a rule at the Carson City courthouse that banned bikers from wearing insignia or "colors."

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County Seeks Opinion On Rezoning Land

Washoe County, Nevada

Updated: 08/20/2003 - Washoe County commissioners are asking for a legal opinion on whether the county can rezone a parcel of land before it is sold to the Mount Rose Ski Resort.

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Severe Flooding Hit Parts of Las Vegas

Updated: 08/20/2003 - Powerful thunderstorms dumped as much as three inches of rain on parts of Las Vegas and Henderson, causing flash floods that trapped motorists atop their cars and swamped some neighborhoods.

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Thousands to Celebrate Harley's Centennial

Updated: 08/20/2003 - Eddie Longhurst is among thousands of devoted Harley-Davidson fans firing up their bikes this month to head "home" for the motorcycle's 100th Anniversary celebration.

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Northern Nevada Gas Prices Soar

Updated: 08/19/2003 - Gasoline prices are soaring in northern Nevada and some speculate a broken pipeline 800 miles away in Arizona is fueling the spike.

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Tahoe Basin Drowning Investigated

Drowning

Updated: 08/18/2003 - An investigation continued Sunday into the apparent drowning of a Danville man at a lake near Lake Tahoe.

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Reno Gets New Haz-Mat Truck

Updated: 08/18/2003 - Reno-area firefighters will be better equipped for hazardous materials emergencies, thanks to a new truck and a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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Homeless Man Arrested In Reno Stabbings

Reno Police Department

Updated: 08/18/2003 - A homeless man was arrested early Monday after allegedly stabbing a man and his son during an attempted break-in at a vacant apartment, police said.

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Wilderness Road Dispute Renewed

Updated: 08/17/2003 - A road in a national forest that became a symbolic line in the dirt between the U.S. government and citizen activists in a dispute over a threatened fish is slowly being reopened.

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District Stepping Up Oversight Of Charter Schools

Updated: 08/17/2003 - The Washoe County School District is stepping up oversight of its eight charter schools after its experiences with a Sparks charter school that was shut down last week, officials said.

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Indiants Colony Out Of Flap Over Western Mural

City of Reno, Nevada

Updated: 08/17/2003 - The Reno-Sparks Indian Colony is staying out of a flap over a plan to display a giant Western mural on the city's new $40 million downtown events center.

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Victim Found Near Tahoe Casinos Identified

Updated: 08/16/2003 - Six years after human remains were found in the Stateline casino area, the victim has been identified with the help of DNA samples.

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Ohio Line Failure Likely Caused Blackout

Blackouts

Updated: 08/16/2003 - A failure to contain problems with three transmission lines in northern Ohio just south of Cleveland was the likely trigger of the nation's biggest power blackout, a leading investigator said Saturday.

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