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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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County Considers Bear-Proof Garbage Cans

Updated: 08/16/2003 - Washoe County commissioners are considering an ordinance requiring the installation of bear-proof trash containers at Lake Tahoe.

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Douglas County Planning Denies Development

Updated: 08/16/2003 - The Douglas County planning commission recommended denial of a 1,576-acre development in the scenic Sierra foothills just south of Carson City.

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Reno Man Arrested In Metal Thefts

Washoe County Sheriff's Office

Updated: 08/16/2003 - A 38-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of stealing more than $40,000 worth of steel and aluminum from two local metal manufacturing companies.

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Meningitis Cases On The Rise

Updated: 08/16/2003 - The number of viral meningitis cases is on the rise in Washoe County, with 10 cases awaiting final diagnosis the last two weeks, health officials said.

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Military To Conduct Bio-Terror Exercise

Updated: 08/15/2003 - U.S. Northern Command, which is responsible for military operations inside the United States, said Friday it will begin an exercise next week to test its ability to respond to multiple domestic emergencies simultaneously, including a bio-terror attack in Nevada.

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Lake Tahoe Casino Water Restrictions Lifted

Updated: 08/15/2003 - Drinking water restrictions were lifted Friday at four hotel-casinos on Lake Tahoe's south shore after tests showed no bacteria in the system.

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I-80 Reopens After Truck Burns

Updated: 08/15/2003 - A section of Interstate 80 east of Reno reopened Friday morning after a truck loaded with hazardous materials burned all night, authorities said.

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Millions In Dark As Blackout Persists

Blackouts

Updated: 08/15/2003 - From the Midwest to Manhattan, the largest blackout in U.S. history left more than 4 million people powerless for a second day Friday.

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Water Authority Preparing Hefty Rate Increase

Updated: 08/14/2003 - The Truckee Meadows Water Authority is preparing a significant rate increase proposal that could double costs for some of its 70,000 customers over the next three years.

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