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Residents Wary of Proposed Development

Updated: 06/11/2003 - Many resident in the Truckee area are concerned about what will happen to their way of life if proposed developments in the Martis Valley are built.

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Bush Praises States for Education Measure

Updated: 06/11/2003 - President Bush chose a sunny Rose Garden setting to announce that Nevada and 16 other states and territories have met accountability plans under his administration's No Child Left Behind Act.

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Students Win National Award in Advertising

University of Nevada, Reno

Updated: 06/10/2003 - A team of Nevada advertising students have hit the big time by winning a national award for creating a nation-wide ad campaign for Toyota.

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Staying Safe in Cool Water on Hot Days

Updated: 06/10/2003 - In light of two recent drownings in the area we met with search and rescue personnel Tuesday to get tips for keeping you safe while cooling off in area waters.

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Reno Facing Up to Market Challenge

Gambling

Updated: 06/10/2003 - For the Reno area's gaming industry, Monday's opening of Thunder Valley Casino near Sacramento marks the arrival of a long-feared rival.

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Crowds Flock to Thunder Valley Opening

Updated: 06/10/2003 - There's excitement in the air over a new Indian gaming casino that opened up this morning in the Sacramento area and thousands flocked to Thunder Valley following the ribbon cutting.

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San Jose Police Arrest Suspect in Girl's Abduction

Updated: 06/09/2003 - Police arrested a suspect in the abduction of nine-year-old Jennette Tamayo on Monday just 10 hours after the shaken girl walked into a convenience store less than 30 miles from the San Jose home where she was kidnapped.

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Robot to Help in High-Threat Situations

Reno Police Department

Updated: 06/09/2003 - The Reno police department has a new crime-fighting tool. It weighs more than 500 pounds and runs up to four miles an hour.

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La Nina May Bring Winter Floods To Sierra

Updated: 10/30/2003 - Experts say cooling ocean temperatures in the east Pacific indicate development of a La Nina weather phenomenon and the possibility of floods in the Reno area next winter.

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Special Legislative Session on Taxes Continues

Nevada Legislature 2003

Updated: 06/09/2003 - Nevada lawmakers have scheduled floor sessions starting Tuesday as they continue to struggle with an impasse over a record tax increase needed to fill a nearly $870 million hole in the state budget.

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Lawmakers Agree on School Funding

Updated: 06/09/2003 - Senate and Assembly leaders appear to be in agreement on how to fund Nevada's schools, a major development that will clear the way for their special session to wrap up.

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Gaming Wins Slump for April

Gambling

Updated: 06/09/2003 - Nevada casinos won $745 million from gamblers in April for a nearly seven percent decline, the result of a tourism slump caused in part by the Iraq war.

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Body Of Dayton Man Found In Carson River

Updated: 06/09/2003 - Authorities have recovered the body of a Dayton man who drowned in the Carson River while trying to save his dog for the rushing current.

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Old Warhorse Helping Firefighters

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 06/06/2003 - Little did Douglas Aircraft know back in 1945 that their brand new nondescript DC-4 would someday be a gift of the fire gods.

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Defense Contractor Lays Off Employees

Lockheed Martin

Updated: 06/06/2003 - For the past several weeks we have been reporting about Lockheed Martin employees facing layoffs at Fallon. Now were told the defense industry giant has handed out 20 pink slips.

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Logging Best Way to Protect Forest

Updated: 06/06/2003 - Doubling logging in the Sierra Nevada is the best way to ease fire threats, protect wildlife, create jobs and ultimately have more old-growth forests a century from now, the Forest Service said Thursday.

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Blood Test Ruled Admissible in Reno Trial

Mike Scofield

Updated: 06/06/2003 - A judge has ruled that a blood test of a woman who admitted smoking marijuana before she was involved in a fatal accident with a motorcycle police officer may be admitted at the woman's trial.

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Legislature Wrangling Over Taxes in Special Session

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 06/05/2003 - Wednesday was day two of the special session of the legislature and most of the lawmakers were working on the unfinished business of education funding and a tax plan.

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Brothel Pays Bills in Many Ways

Updated: 06/05/2003 - A multi-million dollar expansion of the Wild Horse Canyon and Spa has left owners and prostitutes seeing dollar signs.

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