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New Lower DUI in Effect for Nevada

Drinking and Driving

Updated: 09/23/2003 - At midnight Monday, Nevada's new DUI limit goes into effect - it brings the state in line with federal standards.

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Local Company Under Gun for Trade With Iran

Updated: 09/23/2003 - Federal officials are investigating reports that equipment made at a Sparks plant may have ended up in Iran in violation of United States law.

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Street Vibrations Set to Rattle Reno

Updated: 09/23/2003 - 40,000 thousand people are expected to roll into Reno this weekend for Street Vibrations 2003. With 4,000-5,000 registered bikers, it's the 6th largest motorcycle event in the nation.

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Woman's Suit Says Jet Fuel Caused Cancer

Fallon Cancer Cluster

Updated: 09/21/2003 - A former employee at the Fallon Naval Air Station has sued the federal government, claiming jet fuel caused a brain tumor.

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Nevada Worker's Comp Bucking Nation Trend

Updated: 09/21/2003 - Workers' compensation rates in Nevada might buck a national trend by decreasing next year, state Insurance Commissioner Alice Molasky-Arman said.

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Passenger Totals Down for August

Air Travel

Updated: 09/22/2003 - The passenger count at Reno-Tahoe International Airport dipped slightly in August compared to the same month a year ago, airport officials said.

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Millions Still Awati Power After Isabel

Updated: 09/20/2003 - Waiting lines lengthened and frustration mounted Saturday, as people living along the hundreds of miles damaged in Hurricane Isabel's floods and winds realized that it could be days before their next hot bath or home-cooked meal.

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Nevada Wildfires Cause Little Damage This Season

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 09/20/2003 - Nevada wildfires have caused little damage this year, and officials say it's because of public awareness, fast response times and the help of Mother Nature.

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Citizenship Ceremony Largest in Years

Updated: 09/21/2003 - More than 325 people from 57 nations became U.S. citizens in the Reno area's largest naturalization ceremony in seven years.

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Nevada Jobless Rate Inches Lower

Updated: 09/19/2003 - Nevada's jobless rate dropped slightly from 5.4 percent in July to 5.2 percent in August, and Gov. Kenny Guinn said Friday the dip indicates the state's economy is "picking up speed."

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Senate Approves Water Money for Fallon

Fallon Cancer Cluster

Updated: 09/19/2003 - Students at Churchill County schools will receive bottle water free of arsenic under a measure approved by the U.S. Senate.

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Board Approves Water Rate Increase

Updated: 09/18/2003 - Reno-area residents will pay more to turn on their taps under a rate increase approved the Truckee Meadows Water Authority board.

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Taxation Department Gets Money to Collect Taxes

Updated: 09/18/2003 - Nevada lawmakers have approved $5 million in spending by the state Department of Taxation for the next two years to cover costs for the collection of new tax revenues approved in July.

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UNR Enrollment Up Three-Percent

University of Nevada, Reno

Updated: 09/18/2003 - Enrollment at the University of Nevada, Reno rose three-percent over the spring semester, university officials said Wednesday.

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Nevada Gas Prices Soar

Updated: 09/17/2003 - Nevada motorists are digging deeper into their pockets to fill the tank, with gasoline prices rising an average 13 percent in the last month, AAA Nevada reported.

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Nevada High Court Won't Overturn its Tax Ruling

Updated: 09/18/2003 - The Nevada Supreme Court refused Wednesday to change its July ruling that lifted a two-thirds majority voting requirement on tax bills and helped in the effort to pass a record $836 million tax increase.

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Stolen Petroglyphs Found in Local Garden

Updated: 09/18/2003 - Three petroglyphs stolen from federal land on Peavine Peak have been recovered from the front yard landscaping of a Reno home.

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Nevada Dodges West Nile Virus

Updated: 09/17/2003 - Nevada appears to have been spared an onslaught of West Nile virus this year and remains one of only four states in the contiguous United States yet to report any cases.

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