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Nevada Seniors Losing Homes to Pay Medicaid Costs

Updated: 04/14/2004 - Some Nevada senior citizens say they fear losing their homes to the state after the Nevada Supreme Court upheld state liens on the estates of people who received Medicaid health care costs.

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Train Trench Project Reaches Milestone

Updated: 04/12/2004 - Reno's downtown train trench project will begin a new phase Tuesday when rail traffic is switched to a temporary bypass track, city officials said.

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Officials: Pre-9/11 Memo Excluded Data

Updated: 04/12/2004 - Just one day after President Bush received a pre-Sept. 11 briefing on al-Qaida's effort to strike on U.S. soil, senior government executives received a similarly titled memo that excluded information about current threats and investigations, say federal officials who have read both documents.

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Fragile Cease-Fire Holds in Fallujah

Updated: 04/11/2004 - A fragile cease-fire held between Sunni insurgents and U.S. Marines on Sunday in the besieged city of Fallujah, where Iraqis said more than 600 civilians were killed in the past week. Near Baghdad, gunmen shot down a U.S. attack helicopter, killing two crewmembers.

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Little Relief Seen After Six Years of Dought

Updated: 04/12/2004 - From the brittle hillsides of Southern California to the drying fields of Idaho, from Montana to New Mexico, a relentless drought is worsening across most of the West, water supplies are dwindling and the threat of wildfires is rising.

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Bush Was Satisfied on Pre-9/11 Probes

Updated: 04/11/2004 - President Bush insisted Sunday he was satisfied that federal agents were on top of the terrorist threat after reading a pre-Sept. 11 briefing detailing Osama bin Laden's intentions on U.S. soil.

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Regent Denies Allegations of Sexual Harassment

Updated: 04/12/2004 - University Regent Jack Schofield has broken his silence on sexual harassment claims made against him, contending they are a result of his vote to demote a college official.

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Bush's Pre-9/11 al-Qaida Memo Released

September 11 Commission

Updated: 04/10/2004 - President Bush was told more than a month before the Sept. 11 attacks that al-Qaida had reached America's shores, had a support system in place for its operatives and that the FBI had detected suspicious activity that might involve a hijacking plot.

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Nevada Ranks Near Bottom For Graduation Rate

Updated: 01/12/2005 - Nevada ranks 39th nationally for its high school graduation rate and dead last for the number of students who go directly to college after graduation, according to a report.

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U.S. Seeks Truce With Fallujah Militants

Updated: 04/10/2004 - Government negotiators entered the besieged city of Fallujah Saturday as fierce battles raged elsewhere in central Iraq, including Baghdad.

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AP Poll: Bush, Kerry Still in Close Fight

Updated: 04/09/2004 - President Bush has spent about $40 million in campaign ads in recent weeks aimed at defeating Democrat John Kerry, but the president has problems of his own: growing doubts about Iraq and worries about the economy.

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Insurance Company Pays $1 Million To Settle Suit

Updated: 04/10/2004 - The St. Paul insurance companies, whose pullout from the medical malpractice insurance market caused a crisis for Nevada doctors, will pay a group of Las Vegas physicians $900,000 under terms of a settlement announced Friday.

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Chaos Erupts In Parts Of Central Iraq

Updated: 04/09/2004 - A U.S. AC-130 gunship raked insurgents Friday night after hundreds of women and children fled the besieged city of Fallujah during a U.S.-declared pause in the Marine offensive.

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New Water Treatment Plant Set To Open In Fallon

Fallon Cancer Cluster

Updated: 04/09/2004 - Fallon's new arsenic-filtering water treatment plant goes on line Tuesday, and that will give the district time to turn on drinking fountains at all nine Fallon schools.

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Utilities Violating Mandate On Renewable Energy

Updated: 04/09/2004 - Nevada Power Co. and Sierra Pacific Power Co. want exemptions from requirements of the state's renewable energy law to avoid being fined for not meeting those terms.

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Open Air Mall Proposed For Sparks Marina

Updated: 04/09/2004 - A new, upscale mall is being proposed for the Sparks Marina area to replace the shuttered outlet mall just east of the recreational area.

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Rice Defends Bush Actions Before 9-11

September 11 Commission

Updated: 04/08/2004 - Under sharp questioning, national security adviser Condoleezza Rice insisted Thursday that President Bush fully understood the threat of terrorism before Sept. 11, 2001, but no intelligence foretold the deadliest attack ever on American soil.

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Casino Win Up 3.4 Percent So Far This Fiscal Year

Updated: 04/08/2004 - A strong February win of $876 million for Nevada casinos increased their fiscal-year total to $6.59 billion - up 3.4 percent compared with the same period a year ago.

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Clark County Now 17th Largest In U.S.

Updated: 04/08/2004 - An influx of more than 200,000 new residents into the Las Vegas area the past three years has pushed Clark County up eight spots on the list of the nation's largest counties, according to Census Bureau estimates released Thursday.

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Nevada Police Communications System Delayed

Updated: 04/08/2004 - Nevada lawmakers were told Thursday that a statewide police communications system changeover could take several more months to complete.

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