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Judge Says Gay Wedding Might Violate Law

Updated: 02/17/2004 - A judge said San Francisco might be violating the law by issuing marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples, but he declined Tuesday to order an immediate halt and the mayor said the weddings would continue.

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Gerlach Residents Set to Fight Power Plant

Updated: 02/18/2004 - Gerlach residents are pledging to fight a proposed coal-fired power plant, fearing it will pollute the air, drain groundwater and destroy wildlife habitat near the desert community 100 miles north of Reno.

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Storm Brings Rain, Snow, Wind To Sierra

Updated: 02/16/2004 - A potent storm funneled by warm moisture from the South Pacific brought snow, rain and blustery winds Monday to the Sierra and northern Nevada.

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Kerry Targets Bush's Daytona 'Photo Op'

Updated: 02/16/2004 - A confident John Kerry launched a full-throttle attack on President Bush's economic policies, mostly ignoring his Democratic rivals on the eve of the Wisconsin primary.

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Hiker Rescued Following Fall In Sierra

Updated: 02/16/2004 - A Sacramento man suffered serious injuries when he fell about 800 feet while hiking in the Sierra near Lake Tahoe.

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Bush Touts Tax Cuts As Economic Fix

Updated: 02/16/2004 - President Bush, brushing aside concerns about the unprecedented budget deficit, renewed his demand that Congress extend his tax cuts, and charged Monday that Democrats would hike taxes.

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'Electability' Turned Most Nevadana To Kerry

Updated: 02/15/2004 - Many of the Democrats who sent John Kerry to a big caucus victory in Nevada started out supporting another candidate but gravitated to the Massachusetts senator as the party's best bet to defeat President Bush.

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ABC Tournament Opens In Reno

Updated: 02/15/2004 - About 82,000 bowlers from across the country are competing for a $30,000 first prize in what organizers call the world's largest bowling tournament.

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Memorial To Slain Children Set To Be Erected

Updated: 02/15/2004 - With the blessing of state officials, a woman is moving ahead with plans to erect a memorial to slain children next to the Supreme Court building in Carson City.

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Pathway 2007 To Update Tahoe Regional Plan

Posted: 02/15/2004 - The document that guides land use decisions at Lake Tahoe will be updated by the bistate agency charged with protecting the lake's environment.

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Kerry Dominates Nevada Caucuses

Updated: 02/14/2004 - John Kerry was an overwhelming winner in Nevada's Democratic precinct caucuses Saturday - a Valentine's Day victory.

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Reno Woman Convicted Of Murder

Updated: 02/14/2004 - A 30-year-old woman has been convicted of first-degree murder in the November 2002 shooting death of a man at a Reno hotel.

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Washoe Deputy Arrested For DUI

Washoe County Sheriff's Office

Updated: 02/14/2004 - A Washoe County sheriff's deputy has been arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

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Ruling Allows Washoe Tax Appeals To Continue

Posted: 02/14/2004 - Rejecting a request by a group of Incline Village property owners upset over soaring property taxes, a judge has ruled a Washoe County board can continue to hold tax appeal hearings.

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Record Turnout For Nevada Democratic Caucuses

Updated: 02/14/2004 - Caucus meetings around Nevada overflowed Saturday as record numbers of Democrats turned out, expressing dissatisfaction with President Bush and hoping to catch a glimpse of their leading contender to replace him.

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Kerry Campaigns In Vegas, Rips Bush

Updated: 02/13/2004 - Sen. John Kerry, greeting thousands of Nevadans Friday night on the eve of the state's Democratic presidential caucus, lashed out at President Bush for presiding over what he called a greed-based U.S. economy, adding that Bush must go.

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Nevada Democrats Gear Up For Caucuses

Updated: 02/13/2004 - Sen. John Kerry improved his odds of winning Nevada's Democratic caucuses by receiving a key endorsement and scheduling the only stop in the state by a presidential hopeful just ahead of the Valentine's Day voting.

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Man Dies In Mysterious Sparks House Fire

Fatal Fire

Updated: 02/13/2004 - A man found dead in his burning home early Friday may have been the same man who was given a mental evaluation after he told police Thursday there was a rotting corpse in his condo, fire officials said.

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Gay Marriage Opponents File Suit In S.F.

Posted: 02/13/2004 - Accusing the mayor of trampling the law, conservative groups went to court Friday to stop San Francisco from issuing same-sex marriage licenses as hundreds more gay couples rushed to tie the knot before the opportunity slipped away.

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Experts Try To Save Mule Deer Habitat Across West

Updated: 02/13/2004 - Wildlife biologists are mapping mule deer habitat from Mexico to Canada and identifying specific regional problems to try to stem the deer's decline across the West.

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Inspectors: No Dust Found At Yucca Mt. Site

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 02/13/2004 - Nevada state inspectors found no blowing dust around excavated rock piles at the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository site, officials said Friday.

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