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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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Mandatory Water Meters For All Considered

Updated: 11/15/2003 - All residential customers in the Reno area would be forced to have water meters under a conservation plan being considered by the area's water agency.

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Educators Told School Calendars Driven By Shortages

Updated: 11/14/2003 - Most decisions about school calendars nationally are based on shortages of space and money, not the educational interests of children, according to new research presented at a conference in Nevada.

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Search Continues For Missing Carson Mother

Updated: 11/14/2003 - Authorities continued searching Friday for a woman missing since Monday, when her 3-year-old scratched and bloodied son turned up at a store parking lot 12 miles from their home and said she had been killed.

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Missing Woman Trail Grows Cold

Updated: 11/13/2003 - A Carson City woman has been missing for more than three days now and investigators still don't know what happened to her.

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Are You Reno's Most Eligible Bachelor?

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Updated: 11/13/2003 - If you're looking for love, you could find it right here on KOLO-TV News Channel 8. We are hosting "The Bachelor in Reno" and are now searching for the most eligible men and women in the Reno-area.

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Sierra Pacific Posts 3rd Quarter Gains

Updated: 11/13/2003 - Sierra Pacific Resources, trying to stay afloat in the wake of the 2001 energy crisis and ongoing legal battles with the bankrupt Enron, on Thursday posted third quarter net income of $86.9 million, up about 9 percent over the same quarter a year ago.

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Math And Reading Scores Rise Slightly

Updated: 11/13/2003 - Reading and math scores for Nevada's fourth- and eighth-graders improved slightly, but the results remained below the national public school average, the U.S. Department of Education reported Thursday.

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