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Students Earn & Learn Helping Homeowners

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 07/27/2003 - Every fire season, we hear about homes that are destroyed because they aren't protected by defensible space. Saturday, a student organization decided to take matters into their own hands and protect local homes themselves.

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Reno Landmark Closes To Allow For Retrac

Updated: 07/27/2003 - The Reno Turf Club, a downtown fixture for nearly three decades and frequented by locals, closed its doors Friday to make way for the railroad trench project.

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Guinn Says Court Should Preserve Tax Ruling

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 07/27/2003 - The Nevada Supreme Court should preserve its ruling lifting the two-thirds majority voting requirement on tax bills because it applied only to the 20th special session and cannot be used again, Gov. Kenny Guinn said.

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Friend Trying To Help Missing Player's Family

Baylor Bears

Updated: 07/27/2003 - A friend is trying to raise money for Patrick Dennehy's cash-strapped family by selling the missing basketball player's first car, a green, 1973 Ford Mustang.

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Slain Soldier Remembered By Friends

Updated: 07/26/2003 - Just a few months after Reed High School graduate Lance Corporal Donald Cline died in battle, fellow alumnus Captain Joshua Byers has met the same fate.

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Fallon Naval Air Station Cleared

Fallon Cancer Cluster

Updated: 07/26/2003 - Fallon residents can rule out the nearby naval base as the cause of a childhood leukemia cluster that's plagued the community.

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Woman's Body Found At Mogul

Washoe County Sheriff's Office

Updated: 07/26/2003 - Washoe County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating the discovery of a body in Mogul just west of Reno.

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Nuke Shipments Studied By Panel

Posted: 07/25/2003 - A panel of scientists and academics focused Friday on how the federal government can safely ship radioactive waste across the country to a planned national nuclear waste dump in Nevada.

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UNR Student Killed In Rock Climbing Accident

Updated: 07/25/2003 - Nevada County sheriff's deputies are investigating the death of rock climber from Reno who apparently was killed in a fall near Donner Lake.

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School District Outlines Cuts

Updated: 07/25/2003 - Traditional Washoe County schools will start on time next month, but there will be less money for textbooks and an average of one more student per classroom, officials said.

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Sparks, Washoe Officials Tour Ballpark

Updated: 07/25/2003 - Sparks and Washoe County officials and others took in some California baseball action Thursday, but the trip was all in the name of business.

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Reed High Grad Killed In Iraq

Updated: 07/25/2003 - A graduate of Reed High School in Sparks is among the latest casualties of the war in Iraq.

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Airliners Diverted to Nellis Air Force Base

Air Travel

Updated: 07/25/2003 - Severe weather forced three commercial airliners carrying 452 passengers to land at an Air Force base near Las Vegas. No one was hurt and the flights continued on later.

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Wtinesses Sought in Robb Fire Probe

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 07/25/2003 - State and federal investigators asked for the public's help again Thursday in finding witnesses who saw the start of a wildfire that burned 2,200 acres on the edge of Reno last week.

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Three More Wild Horses Found Shot

Updated: 07/25/2003 - Three more wild horses were found shot to death in eastern Nevada, the latest in a two-year string of killings.

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Nuke Commission Releases Yucca Mountain Plan

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 07/24/2003 - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has released its plan for reviewing an Energy Department license application to build the nation’s nuclear waste dump in the Nevada desert.

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Nevada Sales Up 7.8 Percent In May

Updated: 07/24/2003 - Nevada sales totaled $2.9 billion in May for a 7.8 percent increase over the same month a year ago. It marks the 11th consecutive month of sales growth.

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Legal Challenge To Tax Debate Shifts

Updated: 07/24/2003 - Legal challenges to stop Nevada lawmakers from trying to pass a tax increase without a two-thirds legislative vote have shifted to putting the lid on a state Supreme Court ruling that would have made it possible.

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