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Wild Horses to Be Gathered Near Lahontan

Updated: 01/28/2004 - Federal land managers are planning a big roundup of wild horses this week near the Lahontan Reservoir 45 miles east of Carson City.

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Minnesota Delegation Hears Nevada Opposition To Yucca

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 01/27/2004 - A delegation of Minnesota lawmakers got an anti-nuclear earful from Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn and state and county officials before a scheduled Tuesday tour of the site the federal government has picked for a national radioactive waste dump.

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Storm Brings Road Controls Over Sierras

Updated: 01/26/2004 - A storm that turned out to be a little more potent that forecasters had expected brought out chain controls on the California side of the Sierra late Monday.

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Portion of Patriot Act Ruled Unconstitutional

Updated: 01/27/2004 - A federal judge has declared unconstitutional a portion of the USA Patriot Act that bars giving expert advice or assistance to groups designated foreign terrorist organizations.

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New Date for Caucus May Make Nevada A 'Player'

Updated: 01/27/2004 - Nevada Democrats have moved their precinct caucuses up on the calendar in hopes that a Valentine's Day vote may mean Nevada will have a chance to influence the national nomination.

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December Jobless Rate Falls to 4.4 Percent

Updated: 01/27/2004 - The state's jobless rate slipped to 4.4 percent during December, as the number of out-of-work Nevadans dropped by about 1,800 to 47,300 and total jobs in all industries topped 1.1 million.

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Kay: Lack of Iraq WMD Requires Review

Updated: 01/26/2004 - U.S. intelligence agencies need to explain why their research indicated Iraq possessed banned weapons before the American-led invasion, says the outgoing top U.S. inspector, who now believes Saddam Hussein had no such arms.

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Kerry Slams Dean on Taxes, Foreign Policy

Updated: 01/26/2004 - John Kerry criticized Howard Dean on Sunday for espousing tax and foreign policies that will "just kill us" at the polls in November as Kerry himself was accused of waffling on the Iraq war.

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Opponents Launch Anti-Burning Man Web Site

Burning Man

Updated: 01/25/2004 - Opponents of the annual Burning Man counterculture festival on the Nevada desert have launched an Internet campaign against event organizers and federal land managers.

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Judge Lifts Order Barring Move of Mustang Ranch

Updated: 01/26/2004 - A Reno judge has lifted a temporary restraining order that blocked Nevada's newest brothel owner from moving the pink stucco building that once housed the infamous Mustang Ranch brothel.

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Candidates Spar Over Iraq in NH

Updated: 01/26/2004 - Howard Dean sharply questioned John Kerry's judgment on Iraq on Saturday as Democratic presidential rivals raced through a final, frozen weekend of campaigning before New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary.

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Nevada Complying With Federal Election Rules

Updated: 01/24/2004 - Nevada is in better shape than many states in ensuring it won't face the problems that plagued the 2000 presidential elections, the secretary of state's office said Friday.

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FBI Closes E-mail Treat Case From Carson City

Updated: 01/24/2004 - The investigation into a threatening e-mail sent New Year's Eve to the White House from Carson City has been closed with no arrests made and no suspect identified, authorities confirmed Friday.

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Most Nevada Big Game Health Despite Cold, Snow

Updated: 01/23/2004 - Elk, deer and antelope are reported in good condition in most parts of northern Nevada despite extensive snowfalls and cold weather in December, state wildlife biologists.

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Court Affirms Right Of Jury Trail In Small Cases

Updated: 01/23/2004 - In a 5-1 ruling, the Nevada Supreme Court held Friday it's unconstitutional for the Las Vegas Township Justice Court to deny jury trials in civil cases involving $5,000 or less.

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Parolees Arrested In Theft Cases From Airport

Updated: 01/23/2004 - A 40-year-old parolee has been arrested on charges of swiping sporting equipment from baggage claim at Reno-Tahoe International Airport and pawning it.

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Storey County Brothel Case Reversed

Updated: 01/22/2004 - The Nevada Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a lower court erred in rejecting part of a developer's effort to block construction of a Storey County brothel near an industrial park about 20 miles east of Reno.

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Democrats Trageting Nevada

Updated: 01/22/2004 - The chairman of the Democratic National Committee said Thursday that Nevada's five electoral votes are key to a Democratic presidential win and the party hopes to take back the state this year.

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Bighorn Sheep Dying In Nevada

Updated: 01/22/2004 - Wildlife experts are trying to determine what's killing Nevada's largest herd of California bighorn sheep.

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