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Gardnerville School Closed Until Next Week

Updated: 01/15/2004 - It will be at least next week before a Gardnerville middle school reopens following decontamination after a student brought a quarter cup of mercury to the classrooms.

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Discrepancy Found in University Tuition Fees

University of Nevada, Reno

Updated: 01/15/2004 - A tip from a student has alerted state officials of a discrepancy between Nevada law and regent policy concerning residency requirements for in-state tuition.

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Court OKs Roadblocks To Hunt Criminals

Updated: 01/14/2004 - The Supreme Court, in a case watched anxiously by law enforcement agencies across America, held Tuesday that police may set up roadblocks to collect tips about unsolved crimes.

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Nevada Set To Make Final Yucca Stand

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 01/14/2004 - Nevada's 20-year fight against Yucca Mountain will come down to three hours of arguments before the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington today.

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Commissioners Back Plan to Bring Baseball to Area

Updated: 01/14/2004 - Washoe County commissioners approved a preliminary agreement Tuesday night aimed at bringing Triple A minor league baseball to a new stadium in Sparks by 2006.

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Nevada Population Hits 2.3 Million in 2003

Updated: 01/14/2004 - Nevada's estimated population hit 2.3 million in 2003 as it retained its long-running status as the nation's hotspot for growth, state Demographer Jeff Hardcastle said Tuesday.

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Ensign Backs Bush Immigtration Policy

Updated: 01/13/2004 - Sen. John Ensign said he supports President Bush's new immigration plan partly because Nevada's service-based economy would collapse without the cheaper, immigrant work force.

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Steaming Trash Forces Plant Evacuation

Updated: 01/13/2004 - Smoke or steam coming from a large trash bin prompted the evacuation of workers Tuesday at the 21st Century Environmental Management Inc. plant just east of Fernley.

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Harrah's To Purchase Binion's Horseshoe

Updated: 01/13/2004 - Harrah's Entertainment has signed an agreement to buy the financially strapped Binion's Horseshoe hotel-casino, two days after the legendary downtown property shut down and federal agents seized money to pay for unpaid employee benefits, a Harrah's spokesman said Monday.

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Filling High Court Vacancy Could Take Time

Updated: 01/12/2004 - It could take several months to fill the Nevada Supreme Court vacancy caused by the death late Friday of Justice Myron Leavitt at age 73.

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Ensign Praises Nevada Soldiers, Defends Gun Rights

Updated: 01/12/2004 - Sen. John Ensign honored two Nevada soldiers Monday for their part in the war effort in Iraq, which he says remains critical to ensuring U.S. security as well as helping Iraqis.

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Medicaid Payments Delayed

Updated: 01/12/2004 - Problems with the state’s new $17.3 million Medicaid computer system have delayed the payment of claims, creating financial hardships for some doctors and other medical providers.

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Snowboarder Found Dead

Updated: 01/12/2004 - An 18-year-old snowboarder missing for almost a week was found dead Sunday in a remote mountain area, authorities said.

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Guinn Says No Money for New Programs

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 01/12/2004 - Despite securing passage of a record tax increase last year, Gov. Kenny Guinn said the state won't have money for any new programs at the next legislative session in 2005.

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Deep Freeze Strikes Northeast

Updated: 01/12/2004 - Temperatures dropped well below zero Saturday across the Northeast, making it the coldest day in a decade for some cities and keeping all but the hardiest people indoors.

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Nevada Supreme Court Justice Leavitt Dies

Updated: 01/10/2004 - Nevada Supreme Court Justice Myron Leavitt, who held other top local and state positions during a career that spanned five decades, died late Friday at a Las Vegas hospital. He was 73.

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Terror Alert Level Lowered To Yellow

Updated: 01/09/2004 - The Bush administration lowered the national terror warning level Friday as Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said that an urgent threat had passed. However, the airline industry remained at high alert.

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Nevada Gets 'D' In Gun Safety

Updated: 01/09/2004 - The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has given Nevada's gun control laws a D grade for the seventh year in a row. But local police, gun safety advocates and gun merchants say Nevada should get more credit for its other preventive measures.

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