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Reno Approves Animal Restrictions

Updated: 11/20/2003 - Anybody who wants to keep more than three dogs and seven cats in their home would have to get a permit under a measure that received initial approval on Wednesday from the Reno City Council.

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Nevada Quality of Life Ranks Low

Updated: 11/21/2003 - Nevada's quality of life is among the nation's worst, with high rates of child abuse and elderly suicide and low rates of high school completion and health insurance coverage, a study says.

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eBay Proves Lucrative for Nevada

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Updated: 11/21/2003 - Nevada's first experience in selling unclaimed property on eBay surpassed Treasurer Brian Krolicki's expectations as the state earned $16,000 selling 25 items.

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Pack Fan Pleads Guilty to Robnison Assault

Updated: 11/20/2003 - A fan accused of throwing an object that struck UNLV football coach John Robinson during a game against Nevada pleaded guilty to a battery charge and will serve five days in jail, a prosecutor said Wednesday.

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Parents Can Learn to Keep Kids Safe in Cyber Space

Updated: 11/20/2003 - Parents and teachers warn children to be careful on the streets - to say "no" to drugs - but when it comes to the Internet, researchers are finding far too many young people turning into cyber-victims.

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$1.6 Million Air Tanker Settlement Questioned

Updated: 11/19/2003 - Wyoming Sen. Craig Thomas wants the Department of Justice to re-evaluate its $1.6 million settlement agreement with Hawkins & Powers Aviation Inc., owner of a firefighting airtanker that crashed in the Sierra, killing all three crew members last year.

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Sparks Weighs Contribution To Baseball Stadium

Updated: 11/19/2003 - The city of Sparks is considering spending more than $4 million to build and reroute roads to a new stadium as its share of costs to bring minor league baseball back to northern Nevada.

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New Law To Cost Schools $3.8 Million

Updated: 11/19/2003 - Nevada's 17 school district superintendents say a legislative decision to make them take care of their own retirees will cost school districts $3.8 million this fiscal year.

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School Board Approves Bond for New Schools

Updated: 11/19/2003 - The Washoe County School Board tries to cut school overcrowding and tonight the board gave the go ahead to sell $55 million in bonds to build new schools and improve several others.

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Settlement Found in Nevada Prison Guard Dispute

Updated: 11/19/2003 - An employees' group and Nevada prison officials announced a settlement Tuesday of a lawsuit alleging guards had been suspended for complaining about safety and security.

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Scott Peterson to Stand Trial in Double Murder

Updated: 11/19/2003 - Scott Peterson will stand trial on murder charges that could bring the death penalty in the slaying of his pregnant wife, Laci, and her unborn son, a judge ruled Tuesday.

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Drought Prompts Grazing Reductions In Nevada

Updated: 11/18/2003 - Federal land managers are reducing grazing on public lands across Nevada to deal with what they call the driest rangeland conditions in 15 years.

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Sparks Couple Found Dead in Suicide Pact

Updated: 11/19/2003 - A suicide pact spurred by a life-threatening illness was responsible for the deaths of a Sparks couple near a Sierra lake in California, authorities said Tuesday.

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Search Continues for Missing Carson Mom

Updated: 11/18/2003 - Authorities continued searching Monday for a missing woman whose bloodied 3-year-old son, abandoned a week ago at a store 12 miles from their home, said she was killed.

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Sierra Snowpack Continues to Build

Updated: 11/18/2003 - The Sierra Nevada snowpack is off to a great start after another weekend storm dumped up to 11 inches of snow.

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Sparks Prisoners to Hitch Ride With Sheriff's Deputies

Updated: 11/18/2003 - Sparks Police Commander Ken Lightfoot estimates the city could save as much as $31,000 a year if Sparks criminals started hitching a ride on the Washoe County sheriff's extradition van.

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National Report: Nevada Getting Healthier

Updated: 11/17/2003 - A national study released Monday shows that Nevada is a little healthier than it was a year ago - now in 36th place among the states compared with 38th place in 2002.

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Search For Missing Mom Moves To Fallon

Updated: 11/16/2003 - Law enforcement authorities continued to search for leads in Fallon in the case of a missing Carson City woman whose 3-year-old son was abandoned at a store 12 miles from their home.

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Search Ends With No Sign Of Missing Carson Mom

Updated: 11/16/2003 - Another search in northern Nevada turned up no sign of a missing Carson City woman whose 3-year-old son was abandoned at a store 12 miles from their home.

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