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Nevada Making Headway Collecting Debts

Updated: 04/27/2004 - Nevada has been making headway in debt collections, taking in $3 million over the past three years, state Controller Kathy Augustine said.

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Daily Commute Gets Tougher

Updated: 04/27/2004 - For those who travel the McCarran bridge over Highway 395 on a daily basis... your commute just got a little more difficult.

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Kerry Demands Bush Prove Guard Service

Updated: 04/26/2004 - John Kerry, a decorated Navy veteran criticized by Republicans for his anti-war activities during the Vietnam era, lashed out at President Bush on Monday for failing to prove whether he fulfilled his commitment to the National Guard during the same period.

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Court Won't Reinstate Prayer At School

Updated: 04/26/2004 - The Supreme Court said Monday it will not consider reinstating mealtime prayers at a state-funded military college, turning aside an appeal from Virginia officials who wanted to preserve the tradition.

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Some 500,000 Rally for Abortion Rights

Updated: 04/26/2004 - Energized by a turnout of hundreds of thousands on the National Mall, abortion-rights activists are looking to the November presidential elections to reverse what they see as the gradual chipping away of women's reproductive rights.

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Washoe Schools Forsee $300 Million Shortfall By 2012

Updated: 01/12/2005 - Washoe County school district officials struggling to keep pace with growing enrollment say they could face as much as a $300 million shortfall for planned construction by 2012.

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U.S. Gas Prices Up Another Three Cents

Updated: 04/25/2004 - U.S. gasoline prices climbed another 3 cents per gallon in the past two weeks on the strength of high crude oil prices, tight capacity and soaring demand, an analyst said Sunday.

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U.S. Extends Fallujah Cease-Fire 2 Days

Updated: 04/25/2004 - The U.S. military extended a cease-fire for Fallujah on Sunday for at least two more days, backing down from warnings of an all-out Marine assault and announcing that American and Iraqi forces would begin joint patrols in the city.

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Local Officials Brace For West Nile Virus

Updated: 04/25/2004 - The West Nile virus is expected to hit Nevada for the first time this summer, and health officials across the state plan to pool resources to deal with it.

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Motorcyclists Heading Home Following Rally

Updated: 04/25/2004 - Motorcycles began rumbling out of this Colorado River casino town Sunday, with authorities saying there were no major incidents at an annual rally marred two years ago by a deadly biker brawl.

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West Readying For Return Of West Nile Virus

Updated: 04/24/2004 - Insects are shaking off the winter cold in the West, promising another season of the West Nile virus, the mosquito-borne killer that has infected thousands of people — killing 564 of them — since the first domestic case turned up in New York in 1999.

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Iraq Boat Attack Kills Two U.S. Sailors

Updated: 04/24/2004 - Suicide attackers detonated explosive-laden boats near oil facilities in the Persian Gulf on Saturday, killing two U.S. Navy sailors in a new tactic against Iraq's vital oil industry.

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Sen. Reid Co-Sponsors Women's Health Bill

Updated: 04/24/2004 - Sen. Harry Reid and five other senators have proposed legislation to increase federal spending on women's health, family planning and contraception programs.

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U..S. Soldiers Re-Enlist in Strong Numbers

Posted: 04/23/2004 - Despite the shrapnel wounds Staff Sgt. William Pinkley suffered during his tour in Iraq, the 26-year-old is joining other soldiers who are re-enlisting at rates that exceed the retention goals set by the Pentagon.

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Off-Roaders Irked By Petition To Protect Butterfly

Updated: 04/23/2004 - Conservationists petitioned the government on Friday to declare the Sand Mountain blue butterfly endangered, saying off-road vehicles at a Nevada sand dune are destroying its only known habitat.

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Environmental Council Asked To Intervene in Yucca Rail Plan

Updated: 04/23/2004 - Nevada has registered a new complaint about the Yucca Mountain project, claiming the Energy Department has gotten ahead of itself planning a 319-mile rail line to the site where it wants to bury the nation's nuclear waste.

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Fire Aircraft Safety Tightened

Updated: 04/23/2004 - The National Transportation Safety Board has issued recommendation letters to several firefighting and aviation agencies regarding new maintenence programs for aircrafts used in firefighting missions.

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