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Guinn's Approval Rating Drops

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 07/13/2003 - Gov. Kenny Guinn's approval ratings have slipped 10 percent since the start of the legislative session in February, with less than half of Nevadans saying he is doing an excellent or good job, according to a Las Vegas Review-Journal/ poll published Saturday.

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Bill May Hasten Nukes Transports To Yucca

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 07/13/2003 - New legislation moving through Congress revives a controversial plan for the Energy Department to begin storing nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain years before the completion of an underground repository.

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Study: Teachers' Salaries Better Than Normal

Updated: 07/13/2003 - Teachers'salaries in Nevada grew at one of slowest rates in the nation during the 2001-2002 school year, but their wages still earned a place above the national average, according to a report by the American Federation of Teachers.

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Gibbons Announces Education Initiative

Congressman Jim Gibbons, R-Nevada

Updated: 07/13/2003 - Rep. Jim Gibbons had harsh words for the Nevada Supreme Court as he launched a new initiative Saturday that he said will protect Nevada school children from political gamesmanship.

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Mormom Crickets Still On The March

Mormon Crickets

Updated: 07/12/2003 - Nevada agriculture officials in Humboldt County are starting to get the upper hand on a major Mormon Cricket invasion.

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Congressional Tinkering Could Affect Your Paycheck

Updated: 07/12/2003 - Congress is considering new overtime rules that could affect your paycheck. It's the first legislation in nearly thirty years that would change the way labor rules are written.

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Couple Arrested for Toddler Death

Updated: 07/14/2003 - Police in Sparks arrested a mother and her boyfriend on charges of child abuse and murder Friday afternoon.

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Children Thought To Blame For Many Fires

Updated: 07/12/2003 - The Red Rock fire brings the total to 19 wildfires and building fires in the past week, some were possibly started by children.

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Wildlife Officials Shut Down Lobster "Farm"

Nevada State Flag

Updated: 07/11/2003 - State agents raided a “lobster farm” near this rural northern Nevada town, destroying thousands of Australian redclaw crawfish officials said posed a danger to wildlife in the area.

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Lawmakers Back To Tax Talks Following Court Ruling

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 07/11/2003 - A historic Nevada Supreme Court ruling cleared the way for resolving a legislative impasse over taxes, but Assembly Democrats and Senate Republicans were no closer to a deal following renewed negotiations Friday.

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Winnemucca Man Sentenced On Drug Charges

Updated: 07/11/2003 - A Winnemucca man who fled after being convicted on federal drug charges was sentenced Friday to more than 13 years in prison.

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Authorities Hunting Missing N.H. Children

Updated: 07/11/2003 - Two New Hampshire children are missing after they disappeared with their father from a Fourth of July fireworks display. The father was arrested a week later in California and won't tell authorities where the kids are.

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Terrorism Exercise Slated For Nevada

Homeland Security

Updated: 07/11/2003 - State and local emergency management officials are preparing for a large-scale terrorism training exercise that will simulate a public health emergency in southern Nevada.

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Senate Approved $25 Million For State Projects

Updated: 07/11/2003 - A Senate panel has approved about $25 million for Nevada projects, including $1 million to help the Bureau of Land Management prepare for land auctions near the new Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area.

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Growth Seen as Positive for Area

Updated: 07/11/2003 - City leaders say events like the Great Outdoor games are bringing people here by the thousands - and not only to visit, but to live here as well.

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New Agency Helping to ICE Child Porn

Updated: 07/11/2003 - The Office of Homeland Security is out to stop child pornography and federal agents in Reno are part of the crusade.

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Schools Districts Losing More Than Money


Updated: 07/10/2003 - The tax deadlock has held up the major funding bill for Nevada's public schools. So, school districts are not offering contracts to new teachers. That's put hundreds of teachers in a professional limbo.

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