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Homicide Victim In S/W Reno Identified

Murder Investigation

Updated: 09/26/2003 - Reno police say a struggle in a house in southwest Reno apparently preceded the death of a man whose body was found in a pool of blood in a residential neighborhood.

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Fire Restrictions To Be Lifted

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 09/26/2003 - Despite this week's record warm temperatures, fire management officers are lifting fire restrictions on public lands in the Sierra and western Nevada.

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Funding Approved to Widen Highway 50

Updated: 09/26/2003 - The state Transportation Board has approved a $543 million construction program for fiscal 2004 that includes $9 million to widen Alternate U.S. 50 between Fernley and Fallon.

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Nevada 'Do Not Call' Bill in Effect Next Week

Updated: 09/26/2003 - A federal "do-not-call" law has been held up by federal court rulings, but the state attorney general's office says that won't stop Nevada's own law aimed at telemarketers from taking effect on Wednesday.

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Educators Work on List of Dangerous Schools

Updated: 09/25/2003 - Nevada educators are rushing to complete a federally mandated list of dangerous schools, after hastily revising new state standards to avoid unwarranted designations.

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Neighborhood Gaming Fought by Neighbors

Updated: 09/25/2003 - A proposal to relocate a downtown casino to a west Reno neighborhood is angering some residents there and raising larger questions about gaming's place in our community.

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Mother Suspected in Bludgeon Deaths of Children

Murder Investigation

Updated: 09/25/2003 - A mother bludgeoned her two children to death with a baseball bat before stepping in front of a tractor-trailer in an apparent murder-suicide attempt, authorities said Wednesday.

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Pioneer Children's Memorial Vandalized

Updated: 09/24/2003 - Vandals have desecrated a poignant memorial erected west of here for four children whose trek with a California-bound pioneer family ended in the bleak Nevada desert.

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ATF, Sheriff Probe Homicide & Stolen Explosives

Murder Investigation

Posted: 09/23/2003 - Federal and local investigators searching abandoned Nevada mine shafts for a large cache of stolen explosives found the remains of an apparent homicide victim who disappeared two years ago.

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Reno Chief Wants Terrorism Research

Homeland Readiness

Updated: 09/23/2003 - Federal spending on training and equipment for local police to combat terrorism is undermined by a lack of research into the way terrorists think and act, Reno Police Chief Jerry Hoover said.

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Washoe Records State's First Case Of West Nile

Updated: 09/23/2003 - Nevada has recorded its first case of West Nile disease, but health officials say the victim was infected in another state. They add that the person has fully recovered.

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Shots Fired At Highway Construction Workers

Reno Police Department

Updated: 09/23/2003 - Work has always been a little hazardous for highway construction workers. The other night at the Spaghetti Bowl it was potentially deadly.

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Fire Contained, Investigators Searching For Clues

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 09/23/2003 - Investigators are looking very closely at the pick-up truck, driven by Damon Smith of Carson City. It may hold clues as to the cause of Monday's fire in Voltaire Canyon.

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New Lower DUI in Effect for Nevada

Drinking and Driving

Updated: 09/23/2003 - At midnight Monday, Nevada's new DUI limit goes into effect - it brings the state in line with federal standards.

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Local Company Under Gun for Trade With Iran

Updated: 09/23/2003 - Federal officials are investigating reports that equipment made at a Sparks plant may have ended up in Iran in violation of United States law.

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Street Vibrations Set to Rattle Reno

Updated: 09/23/2003 - 40,000 thousand people are expected to roll into Reno this weekend for Street Vibrations 2003. With 4,000-5,000 registered bikers, it's the 6th largest motorcycle event in the nation.

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Woman's Suit Says Jet Fuel Caused Cancer

Fallon Cancer Cluster

Updated: 09/21/2003 - A former employee at the Fallon Naval Air Station has sued the federal government, claiming jet fuel caused a brain tumor.

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Nevada Worker's Comp Bucking Nation Trend

Updated: 09/21/2003 - Workers' compensation rates in Nevada might buck a national trend by decreasing next year, state Insurance Commissioner Alice Molasky-Arman said.

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Passenger Totals Down for August

Air Travel

Updated: 09/22/2003 - The passenger count at Reno-Tahoe International Airport dipped slightly in August compared to the same month a year ago, airport officials said.

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