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Sides Clash In Anti-War Demonstration

Updated: 10/25/2003 - For the second time this year, pro-military supporters crashed an anti-war protest in Reno, taunting peace activists and chanting "USA."

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Hostages Safe, Gunman Shoots Self In Standoff

Updated: 10/24/2003 - A gunman took six employees hostage at a Gardnerville pharmacy Friday and fired shots in the air before he turned the gun on himself and committed suicide, sheriff's deputies said.

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Homeowner Association Complaints Rise

Updated: 10/24/2003 - The new state commission that oversees Nevada homeowner associations is getting a flood of complaints from people who say they've been abused by the associations.

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Nuke Dump May Not Be Ready 'Til 2015

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 10/24/2003 - The Energy Department intends to meet its 2010 deadline for opening a nuclear waste dump in the Nevada desert, although a Nuclear Regulatory Commission member called that deadline unrealistic.

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Budget Shortfall Feared From Tax Exemption

Updated: 10/24/2003 - The state could face budget shortfalls if some casino owners manage to kill a bid to slap an entertainment tax on dancing to recorded music, a Nevada gambling regulator said Thursday.

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Bergna Loses Freedom Bid While Fighting Conviction

Updated: 10/23/2003 - Peter Bergna, convicted of killing his wife in a staged accident on a mountain highway near Lake Tahoe, will remain behind bars until the state Supreme Court rules on his appeal for a new trial.

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Campaign To Recall Guinn Loses Spokesman

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 10/23/2003 - The effort to recall Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn has lost one of its top spokesmen, who says he's disenchanted with the leadership.

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Mole Day Brings Students Out Early

Updated: 10/23/2003 - I visited Galena High School this morning to learn about the equation and found hundreds of teenagers came out for the celebration of moles.

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Bistate Tahoe Agency Picks Executive Director

Lake Tahoe

Updated: 10/22/2003 - John Singlaub, who has headed the federal Bureau of Land Management's Carson City office for the past nine years, was named Wednesday as executive director of the California-Nevada Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.

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Harrah's Names Northern Nevadan Chief

Updated: 10/22/2003 - The general manager of Harrah's Lake Tahoe and Harveys Lake Tahoe has been named to oversee all Harrah's Entertainment Inc. properties in northern Nevada.

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Panel Quetions Safety of Yucca Containers

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 10/23/2003 - A scientific advisory panel's warning about metal casks corroding at high temperatures and releasing radioactivity will not slow plans to build a national nuclear waste dump in the Nevada desert, the Energy Department said Wednesday.

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Panel Told Rural Mental Health Services Lagging

Updated: 10/21/2003 - A state panel was told Tuesday mental health professionals are almost nonexistent in outlying areas of Nevada and other states, leading to numerous problems - including high suicide rates - for people who can't get needed counseling.

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Bergna Seeks Release While Appealing Conviction

Scales of Justice

Updated: 10/21/2003 - An attorney for Peter Bergna urged a judge to free his client on bail Tuesday while the state Supreme Court considers Bergna's appeal of his conviction for killing his wife.

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Council To Consider Anti-Graffiti Measures

Updated: 10/21/2003 - Hanging around with an armful of spray paint cans would be enough evidence for a graffiti citation, even if no tagging were being done, under a proposed ordinance that comes before the Reno City Council on Wednesday.

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Car Dealer Move Sparks Tax Concern

Updated: 10/21/2003 - A planned move by a Mercedes car dealership and service center onto Reno-Sparks Indian Colony land has caused concern about loss of tax revenue both for the state and local government.

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Wolf Pack Fan Says He Is Getting Bum Rap

Updated: 10/20/2003 - The Nevada Wolf Pack football fan accused of throwing an object that struck UNLV coach John Robinson during a game Oct. 4 apologized Monday, but said he doesn't think his empty beer can hit Robinson.

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FBI Ends Nevada Lobbyist Probe

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Updated: 10/20/2003 - The FBI is dropping a preliminary inquiry into alleged improper lobbying tactics at the 2003 Legislature and the two special sessions that followed as lawmakers fought over higher taxes.

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Nevada Jobless Rate Holds Steady

Updated: 10/20/2003 - Nevada's jobless rate was lower than the national rate during September, but Gov. Kenny Guinn said Monday there's still a lag in casino-industry jobs - the state's biggest employer.

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