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Judicial College Marks Milestone

Scales of Justice

Updated: 10/18/2003 - For four decades, Reno has been the premier training place for the nation's judges. Tonight the National Judicial College at UNR celebrates its 40th anniversary.

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Voter Disparity Sparks Redistricting Talk

Voter Turnout

Updated: 10/17/2003 - A new report shows wide variances in numbers of Democrats and Republicans registered in Nevada congressional and legislative districts, prompting a GOP leader to suggest district realignments well in advance of 2011 when they must be redrawn.

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Biologists Worry About Low Salmon Count

Lake Tahoe

Updated: 10/18/2003 - An unusually low kokanee salmon spawning run on a Lake Tahoe tributary has wildlife biologists concerned about the effect on bald eagles and other species that feed on the fish.

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EPA Awards Funds To Nevada For Education

EPA

Updated: 10/17/2003 - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $44,477 to environmental education projects at four Nevada organizations.

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Tulsa Prepares For Nevada Running Attack

Nevada Wolf Pack

Updated: 10/17/2003 - Nevada's 28-17 upset over Washington showed the Wolf Pack can handle adversity. Now coach Chris Tormey wants to see how his team handles success.

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Guinn Opens Lines Of Communication

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 10/16/2003 - Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn says he's stepping up communication with lawmakers between now and the 2005 legislative session in efforts to avoid a repeat of the impasse that stalled his budget this year.

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Child Porn Mom Given Clemency

Updated: 10/16/2003 - A former substitute teacher on probation for getting her 9-year-old daughter to pose nude for a Web camera won't go to prison for a probation violation, a judge ruled Wednesday.

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Uncommon Procedure May Have Saved Magician

Updated: 10/16/2003 - Doctors surgically removed a portion of illusionist Roy Horn's skull after he was mauled by a trained white tiger during a performance on the Las Vegas Strip, a neurosurgeon said.

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Gas Prices Continue To Drop In Nevada

Gas Prices

Updated: 10/15/2003 - Gasoline prices dropped as much as a quarter per gallon in some parts of Nevada over the past month, but still remain well above the norm for this time of year, AAA Nevada said Wednesday.

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Court To Consider How Long Police Must Wait Before Entering

Updated: 10/15/2003 - A case involving a drug suspect who emerged from a shower to find armed officers in his apartment is giving the Supreme Court a chance to clarify how long police must wait before breaking into a home to serve a warrant.

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Nevada Ranks Low In Graduation Rates

Updated: 10/15/2003 - Nevada has the nation's second-worst rate of young adults who haven't graduated from high school, and a collaborative effort has been started to improve the state's standing.

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More Diesel Vehicles on DMV List

Updated: 10/15/2003 - Smog checks are now required for additional diesel-powered vehicles, the state Department of Motor Vehicles said Tuesday.

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Panel Ok's Funding for NHP Radios

Updated: 10/15/2003 - An agreement enabling the Nevada Highway Patrol and other agencies to quickly move ahead with about $11 million in equipment purchases to replace a flawed radio communications system was approved Tuesday by a state panel.

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State Health Inspectors Close Last Churchill Brothel

Nevada State Flag

Updated: 10/14/2003 - State health officials have shut down the only remaining brothel in Churchill County, citing a lack of potable water as well as concerns about the potential for rodents and insects.

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High Court Reject Bush Appeal on Medical Marijuana

Updated: 10/15/2003 - The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to let the Justice Department punish doctors in California, Nevada and other states for recommending marijuana to their ill patients.

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Nevada Health Insurance Quandry

Updated: 10/15/2003 - Nearly one in five Nevadans have no health insurance, and hospital emergency rooms are filling up as a result, officials said.

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IGT Receives Largest-Ever Order

Updated: 10/13/2003 - International Game Technology, the world's leading slot machine maker, hit the jackpot with one of the largest single orders in its 23-year history.

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Tiger in Mauling Released From Quarantine

Updated: 10/14/2003 - A 600-pound tiger that attacked Roy Horn of "Siegfried and Roy" is expected to be released from quarantine Tuesday, Clark County officials said.

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Guinn Warns of 2005 Budget Deficits

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 10/14/2003 - Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn is beginning to warn of another state budget deficit in 2005, but said he would ask the Legislature to cut expenses instead of raising new taxes.

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Immigrants Protesting New Nevada Licenses

Updated: 10/13/2003 - Hispanic activists in Las Vegas are criticizing new state laws making it harder for people from some states to obtain a Nevada driver's license.

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Washoe School Enrollment At Record High

Updated: 10/12/2003 - Washoe County's school enrollment is at an all-time high, up 2.6 percent from last year primarily because of a large increase in the number of high school students.

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Federal Grant To Help Hispanic Businesses

Updated: 10/12/2003 - The U.S. Small Business Administration has awarded a $95,000 grant to the University of Nevada's Small Business Development Center in Reno to benefit Hispanic businesses.

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