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Extreme Bulls Kick Off Rodeo Week

Updated: 06/20/2003 - Even though the Rodeo doesn't begin until tomorrow, it doesn't mean there won't be any action tonight.

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Inter-City Bus Service Saved

Updated: 06/23/2003 - A local bus service slated to be cut was saved this morning thanks to the Regional Transportation Commission.

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V.A. Stand Down Helping Local Vets

Updated: 06/20/2003 - About one-third of the adult homeless population served in the armed forces and about 40 percent of homeless veterans suffer from mental illness and alcohol or drug abuse problems.

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Budget Issue Prompts Nevada Bond Delay

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 06/20/2003 - State Treasurer Brian Krolicki says the sale of $200 million in state bonds for items such as parks and cultural resource will be delayed indefinitely due to the state's uncertain financial situation.

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Cop Killer Sentenced To 2 Life Sentences

Updated: 06/20/2003 - A man convicted of convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of a Reno police officer during an armed standoff has been formally sentenced to two life terms in prison without parole.

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Nevada Welfare Count Down Over 2002

Updated: 06/20/2003 - The number of Nevadans getting welfare benefits during May was down 17 percent compared with the same month a year earlier - but Gov. Kenny Guinn said Thursday he remains cautious.

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Castration Ordered In Child Sexual Assault

Updated: 06/20/2003 - A man with AIDS convicted of sexually assaulting a young boy at Lake Tahoe was sentenced to 19 years in prison and ordered to undergo chemical castration before his release.

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How to Keep Carnival Rides Safe

Updated: 06/20/2003 - With the Reno Rodeo less than 24-hours away, organizers are scrambling to finish up last minute preparations. Among those preparations is setting up the carnival rides.

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Business Owners Serious About Protecting Property

Updated: 06/19/2003 - Imagine working late at night by yourself when someone breaks into your business. It's happened twice here in Reno to two different business owners over the last two nights.

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Murder Suspect Surprisingly Admits to Crime

Scales of Justice

Updated: 06/20/2003 - A man facing a possible death penalty for killing his ex-girlfriend's fiance in Sun Valley last year has sent the judge a hand-written confession to the crime.

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Harry Potter Not Universally Admired

Updated: 06/19/2003 - In spite of the hysteria over the upcoming release of the latest "Harry Potter" book, some conservative Christians are upset by the book's popularity.

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Nevada's First Big Wildfire Controlled

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 06/19/2003 - Nevada's first big wildfire of the season was controlled Thursday as firefighters mopped up hot spots and tried to determine exact cause of the blaze that sent tall plumes of dark smoke over the capital city.

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Nevada Ethics Panel OKs Double-Dip Deal

Governor Kenny Guinn

Posted: 06/19/2003 - A Nevada Ethics Commission panel has dismissed a complaint against Gov. Kenny Guinn and former state Public Safety Director Richard Kirkland, accused of improper conduct in what critics described as Kirkland's double-dipping on the state payroll.

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Elko Urges Tourists To Return As Crickets Retreat

Mormon Crickets

Updated: 06/19/2003 - Elko County officials are trying to persuade travelers that their piece of northeast Nevada is no longer under siege from a Mormon cricket infestation that might have scared away some tourists.

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Crystal Bay Club Owner Granted License

Updated: 06/19/2003 - The new owner of the old Crystal Bay Club on Lake Tahoe's north shore was granted a gambling license Thursday by the Nevada Gaming Commission.

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New Team Trying To Break Land-Speed Record

Updated: 06/19/2003 - A team of more than a dozen men have been spending their weekends on a 39,000-horsepower dream: to shatter the world land-speed record of 763 mph with a former jet plane on wheels.

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Fire Crews Work to Mop Up Burned Area

Updated: 06/19/2003 - Wednesday night, Nevada Bell crews are out fixing the phone lines that were burned in the Highway-50 fire, and about 100 firefighters are there mopping up the remnants of this fire.

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Bounty Hunters Follow Strict State Guidelines

Updated: 06/18/2003 - Like a fugitive millionaire who was caught in a bounty hunter, local courts depend on the same serviesif you miss court, however the requirements to become a bounty hunter are strict.

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Campaign Aims to Save Bears at Tahoe

Updated: 06/19/2003 - Wildlife advocates will soon take their campaign to save bears at Lake Tahoe to a new venue: grocery stores.

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