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Pair Plead Innocent To Petroglyph Thefts

Updated: 11/10/2003 - Two men accused of stealing rocks with American Indian petroglyphs from a national forest in Nevada didn't know the removal of the important artifacts was illegal, one of their lawyers said Monday.

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McQueen Band To Perform In Hollywood

Washoe County School District

Updated: 11/10/2003 - The McQueen High School band is headed to Hollywood to perform in the 72nd annual Hollywood Christmas Spectacular.

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Study: Road Salt Killing Tahoe Trees

Updated: 11/10/2003 - A new study confirms that salt used to keep roads clear of snow and ice appears largely responsible for the death of hundreds of trees along Lake Tahoe highways.

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Portion Of Mason Valley Widlife Area Closed

Updated: 11/09/2003 - A portion of the state-owned Mason Valley Wildlife Management Area near here has been closed due to a potential public health risk, state officials said.

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Winter Continues Into the Sierras

Updated: 11/10/2003 - Another potent storm caused delays for some mountain travelers Sunday, but left a healthy early-season snowpack in the Sierra Nevada.

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Foreign Student Enrollment Down 7.7 Percent

University of Nevada, Reno

Updated: 11/09/2003 - The number of foreign students attending Nevada colleges and universities fell by 7.7 percent in 2002-03, reflecting a national slowdown, a new study shows.

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Reno Firm To Design Plaza At Mapes Site

City of Reno, Nevada

Updated: 11/08/2003 - A Reno firm has been selected to design a $4 million public plaza at the former downtown site of the historic Mapes Hotel.

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Carson Man Is Nevada's Last WWI Vet

Veterans Day

Updated: 11/08/2003 - Reuben Law, 105, credits "good heart genes" and lifelong outdoor activity for his apparent status as Nevada's last remaining veteran of World War I.

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Nevada Gets Grant As Reward For Tougher DUI Law

Updated: 11/07/2003 - The Nevada Office of Traffic Safety has been awarded a $734,673 federal grant as a reward for the Legislature's approval of a law toughening drunken driving laws.

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Firebomb Suspects Sentenced To Prison

Updated: 11/07/2003 - Two men who got into a dispute over a bar tab at TGI Friday's in Reno face prison time for trying to destroy the restaurant with a high-proof Molotov cocktail.

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A Bright Future Challenges Boot Camp Grads

Only on 8

Updated: 11/07/2003 - In part three of Jennifer Rogers series the "Tough Love Academy," I talk with the kids about to graduate from the program about their futures - and the future of bringing Project Challenge to Nevada.

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Families Up To The Challenge Of Thier Kids Changing

Only on 8

Updated: 11/07/2003 - Yesterday we told you about local "at risk" teenagers sent to a Arizona boot camp. In part two of Jennifer Rogers' special series - the "Tough Love Academy" - we meet the teenagers families.

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BLM Revises Land Sale Figures

Updated: 11/07/2003 - The federal Bureau of Land Management has revised figures following a southern Nevada land auction, saying it sold just under 744 acres for $127.1 million.

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Experts Gain Insight On Forecasting Wildfire Conditions

Updated: 11/07/2003 - No amount of expertise can predict human-caused wildfires like the ones that recently ravaged Southern California, but scientists are getting better at forecasting when nature might strike.

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Flu Season Beginning In Washoe County

Updated: 11/06/2003 - A number of people are suffering from sniffles and sneezes and, if that weren't enough, the first case of flu has been recorded by the Washoe County Health Department.

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Guinn Holds Up Building Of Emergency Operations Center

Homeland Readiness

Updated: 11/06/2003 - Gov. Kenny Guinn has held up construction of a $7.6 million Nevada emergency operations center because preliminary design plans didn't take into account state homeland security needs.

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Nevada High Court Rejects Lawsuit Against Homeowner

Updated: 11/06/2003 - The Nevada Supreme Court has rejected a Las Vegas woman's lawsuit seeking money from a homeowner for the nearly fatal injuries suffered when the speeding car in which she was riding crashed and ended up in the home's flowerbed.

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Panel Approves Funds To Prepare For Nuke Testing

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 11/06/2003 - House and Senate negotiators approved spending $24.9 million next year to shorten the time required to prepare the Nevada Test Site for underground nuclear tests.

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