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Tahoe Clarity Degrading After Being Clearest In A Decade

Lake Tahoe

Updated: 05/18/2004 - Lake Tahoe's clarity decreased last year, slowing a trend of steady improvement that had seen the cobalt mountain waters reach their clearest level in a decade, researchers said Tuesday.

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9/11 Panel Scolds Ex-Police, Fire Chiefs

Updated: 05/18/2004 - The former police and fire chiefs who were lionized after the World Trade Center attack came under harsh criticism Tuesday from the Sept. 11 commission, with one member saying the departments' lack of cooperation was scandalous and "not worthy of the Boy Scouts."

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Churchill County Wants Buffer Around NAS Fallon

Updated: 05/18/2004 - Churchill County commissioners are pursuing a plan for a formal buffer zone around Naval Air Station Fallon to help maintain existing zoning patterns and guard against encroaching development.

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Sarin Nerve Agent Bomb Explodes in Iraq

Updated: 05/17/2004 - U.S. soldiers found a roadside bomb containing sarin nerve agent in Baghdad, the military said Monday. The device, which partially detonated, was apparently a leftover from Saddam Hussein's arsenals. It was unclear whether more such weapons were in the hands of insurgents.

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Same-Sex Couples Marry in Massachusetts

Updated: 05/17/2004 - Gay couples began exchanging marriage vows here Monday, marking the first time a state has granted gays and lesbians the right to marry and making the United States one of four countries where homosexuals can legally wed.

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Local Scientist Sheds Light On Earth Wobble

Updated: 05/17/2004 - A Reno scientist and his team of researchers have uncovered the mystery of why the Earth wobbles on its axis as it spins through space.

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Kerry Tells Teamsters He'll Toughen Trade Deal

Updated: 05/17/2004 - Democrat John Kerry said Sunday that President Bush has turned his back on the American worker by allowing other countries to break trade deals negotiated with the United States and that as president he would put in place a "common-sense" effort to strengthen the bargaining and enforcement of such agreements.

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Crowds Gather for Gay Weddings in Mass.

Updated: 05/16/2004 - Like fans anxious for concert tickets, same-sex couples waited in line for hours Sunday outside Cambridge's City Hall for an event they once thought they'd never get to experience: marriage.

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Poll: Bush Rating Hits New Low

Updated: 05/15/2004 - President Bush's job approval ratings are hitting the lowest levels of his tenure as problems in Iraq crowd out other issues for voters, public opinion specialists say.

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Sierra Pacific Seeks Natural Gas Price Hike

Updated: 05/15/2004 - Sierra Pacific Power Co. is seeking approval for an average 5.3 percent increase in natural gas rates for its 125,000 customers in the Reno area.

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First Millennium Scholars Graduate From Nevada

Updated: 01/12/2005 - More than 225 recipients of the state's Millennium Scholarships received diplomas Saturday at the University of Nevada, Reno's commencement exercises.

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Reno High Teacher Suspended Over Knife Incident

Updated: 01/12/2005 - A Reno High School teacher was suspended for his alleged failure to immediately report a student's charge that a female classmate held a knife to his throat.

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Candidates Meet Filing Deadline

Updated: 05/14/2004 - Nevada candidates crowded into election officials' offices around the state Friday to meet a filing deadline - and erase the hopes of several incumbents that they'd get a free ride into office.

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Nevada Guardsman Denies Reporting Prisoner Abuse

Updated: 05/14/2004 - A Nevada National Guard soldier said she complained after a prisoner at Iraq's notorious Abu Ghraib prison was shot and killed during a riot last year, but denied she documented abuse of inmates by her fellow soldiers.

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Powell: Iraq Pullout Request Not Likely

Updated: 05/14/2004 - U.S.-led coalition forces would leave Iraq if a new interim government should ask them to, Secretary of State Colin Powell said Friday, but such a request is unlikely.

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Humboldt Sheriff's Office Accused Of Sexual Harassment

Updated: 05/14/2004 - An ex-employee of the Humboldt County sheriff's office filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the county and sheriff Gene Hill, saying she was forced to work in a "sexually hostile" workplace.

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High Court Orders Release Of Assault Video

Updated: 05/14/2004 - Lawyers for four people accused of sexually assaulting of a 13-year-old girl and child pornography will get copies of a videotape prosecutors seized as evidence.

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Rumsfeld in Iraq: No Cover-Up of Abuses

Donald Rumsfeld

Updated: 05/13/2004 - Hoping to contain a spreading scandal, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld went to the Abu Ghraib prison camp on Thursday and insisted the Pentagon did not try to cover up abuses there.

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