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Police Stepping Up Patrol On Sierra Lake

Updated: 06/28/2003 - In response to residents'complaints about some boaters, police plan to step up boat patrols at a popular Sierra Nevada lake this summer.

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Teens Charged With Setting N.M. Fire

Updated: 06/27/2003 - Three teenagers who authorities say were apparently playing with fireworks were charged Friday with starting one of two wildfires that burned along the Rio Grande north of downtown and drove hundreds of people from their homes.

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Do Not Call List Hits 735K In One Day

Updated: 06/27/2003 - Striking back against telemarketers for countless interrupted meals, the public poured an avalanche of discontent into the new national do-not-call list Friday, registering more than 735,000 phone numbers on the first day.

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Latest Tax Plan Fails By One Vote

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 06/27/2003 - A massive, $864 million tax increase needed to balance Nevada's $5 billion budget failed by one vote to win approval late Friday.

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Teens Now Need PWC Training

Updated: 06/27/2003 - Before you decide to take advantage of this great weather and take your jet ski out on the lake, make sure you have the right permits with you or you could receive a ticket - especially if you're a teenager.

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Closing Poison Center Costly, Officials Say

Updated: 06/27/2003 - A poison control center used by much of Nevada is scheduled to shut its doors at the end of this month, following a national trend of centers crippled or closed by budget cuts.

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Food Checks Keep It All Safe For Rodeo Fans

Updated: 06/27/2003 - The Reno Rodeo is a good place to see cowboy action you don't normally see everyday. And it may be a place for you to indulge in food you don't normally eat.

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Police Cracking Down On Street Racers

Updated: 06/27/2003 - Reno Police are forming a new taskforce to crack down on illegal street racing. It's called "Operation Dragnet".

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Computers In Cars Causing Controversy

Reno Police Department

Updated: 06/27/2003 - Police officers using computers in their cars. Are they ultimately helpful or hazardous? It's a question the Reno Police Protective Agency is asking.

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Math Scores Raised For Proficiency Exams

Education

Updated: 06/27/2003 - Nevada high school students are going to have to score better on state high school proficiency math exams to earn a diploma.

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Assembly Reworking Senate Tax Plan

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 06/27/2003 - The Nevada Assembly reworked an $873 million Senate tax boost plan late Thursday, voting for a batch of amendments that cut the huge increase slightly to $864 million, still a record amount.

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Murder Suspect Had Threatened Suicide

Scales of Justice

Updated: 06/27/2003 - The former girlfriend of Christopher Fiegehen says he threatened to kill himself hours before allegedly stabbing her stepfather to death and shooting her mother.

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FBI Conducts 40-State Anti-Terror Probe

Updated: 06/26/2003 - The FBI is conducting investigations into al-Qaida and affiliated terrorist groups in 40 states, placing urgency on finding any sleeper cells that could mount large-scale attacks, a senior agency official said Thursday.

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Medicare Bills Advance in Congress

Updated: 06/26/2003 - Legislation to remake Medicare cleared critical hurdles at both ends of the Capitol Thursday night as the Republican-controlled House and Senate moved toward approval of bills to provide prescription drugs for seniors while giving private insurance companies a broad new role in the program.

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Fed Cuts Key Rate by a Quarter Point

Updated: 06/25/2003 - The Federal Reserve cut a key short-term interest rate Wednesday by one-quarter percentage point to its lowest level in 45 years.

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Foam Chunk Likely Caused Columbia Crash

Updated: 06/24/2003 - A suitcase sized chunk of foam that smashed into Columbia's left wing and damaged a critical heat shield is "the most probable cause" of the Columbia space shuttle disaster, an investigation panel said Tuesday.

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Local Firefighters Help Battle Arizona Blazes

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Support teams from Northern Nevada are in Arizona to help in those wildfires. Supervisors from the Division of Forestry, Bureau of Land Management, and U.S. Forest Service left Sunday and some left Monday.

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Washoe Commissioners to Take Up Burning Man

Burning Man

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Washoe County commissioners are scheduled to decide Tuesday whether to rehear their denial of a permanent staging area sought by organizers of the annual Burning Man festival.

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Assembly GOP Seeks Budget Cuts in Colleges, Welfare

Nevada Legislature 2003

Updated: 06/23/2003 - To break a legislative deadlock over Nevada tax increases, Assembly Republicans want to scale back the state budget by trimming the university system and health and welfare programs.

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Elko Police Investigate Balcony Death

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Elko police were trying to determine if a man fell, jumped or was pushed to his death from a third-story balcony over the weekend.

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