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Fallon Farmers Hail Truckee River Ruling

Updated: 12/14/2003 - Fallon-area farmers are praising a federal judge's ruling in a Truckee River water dispute, saying it spares them their precious water.

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Gibbons Calls For Halliburton Inquiry

Updated: 12/13/2003 - Rep. Jim Gibbons, R-Nev., called Saturday for congressional hearings of Vice President Dick Cheney's former company, calling allegations that it overcharged for fuel in Iraq "an absolute outrage."

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Carson City Drops Lawsuit Agaginst BLM Over Land Sale

Updated: 12/13/2003 - Douglas County commissioners expressed relief after Carson City supervisors' vote to drop a lawsuit over the sale of 144 acres of public land to two Carson City auto dealers.

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Dealers Sue Harrah's & IRS Over Tip Policy

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Updated: 12/13/2003 - Dealers at Harrah's Reno are suing the hotel casino and the Internal Revenue Service. They say hundreds of thousands of dollars of their tip money is being witheld without their consent.

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Six Deaths All At Same Carson Facility

Updated: 12/12/2003 - Authorities reviewing the deaths of six elderly residents of a northern Nevada convalescent home say all died the same day of natural causes although it's not clear whether any were flu victims.

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Old Murder Cases Heard By Pardons Board

Updated: 12/12/2003 - Clemency requests from a former death row inmate and from a man convicted in a contract killing case were granted Friday by the Nevada Pardons Board.

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Police Rule Out Judge in Killing of Ex-Husband

Murder Investigation

Updated: 12/12/2003 - Police investigating the shooting death of the ex-husband of a Sparks judge have ruled out the judge as a suspect and are focusing their probe on an ex-felon who said the victim stabbed him before the fatal shooting.

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Flu Possible Cause of Deaths

Updated: 12/12/2003 - The recent deaths of six elderly people in northwest Nevada are being investigated to see if they were caused by the flu, state health authorities said Thursday.

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New Mexico Man Arrested on Internet Sex Charge

Updated: 12/12/2003 - A federal sting in Reno led to the arrest of a New Mexico man accused of traveling to Nevada to have sex with a 14-year-old girl he thought he had talked with on the Internet.

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Court Ruling Sparks Campaign Reform Debate

Updated: 12/11/2003 - The U.S. Supreme Court's backing Wednesday of broad campaign finance restrictions has provoked new debate among Nevadans on whether the promise of cleaning up money in politics outweighs limiting political speech.

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High Court Upholds Marijuana Sentence

Updated: 12/12/2003 - The Nevada Supreme Court has refused to throw out a one-year jail sentence given an Elko County man convicted of conspiring to possess a small amount of marijuana.

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Washoe County Pays To Settle Deputy-Related Death Suits

Washoe County, Nevada

Updated: 12/11/2003 - Washoe County has agreed to settle lawsuits against the sheriff's office by paying more than $230,000 damages to families of two dead men - one who died at the county jail and another who was shot to death by a deputy.

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Family Court Judge Arrested for DUI

Updated: 12/11/2003 - One of the area's most respected judges, known nationwide for creating a family drug court, was arrested for driving under the influence.

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Sparks Officer Shoots, Kills Suspected Thief

Updated: 12/10/2003 - An undercover Sparks police officer in the gang unit shot and killed a 23-year-old suspect who tried to escape by ramming a police vehicle, Reno police said Wednesday.

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School District Cuts May Pay for Health Care

Updated: 12/11/2003 - The $5.8 million legislators set aside last summer to cover unexpected health-care costs for public employees probably won't meet statewide needs, Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn says.

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Ensign on Secret Trip to Iraq

Senator John Ensign

Updated: 12/11/2003 - Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev., was overseas Wednesday on an official trip that will include a stop in Iraq, his spokesman Jack Finn said.

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Loaded Gun Found At Reno Middle School

Updated: 12/10/2003 - Two 13-year-old boys have been arrested on suspicion of felony gun charges after a loaded gun was found at their Reno middle school.

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Latest Storm Drop On Truckee Meadows

Winter Weather

Updated: 12/10/2003 - A wet, winter storm that dumped another foot of snow in the Sierra snarled traffic around Lake Tahoe and brought snow to the valley floors Wednesday around Reno and Carson City.

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Jethro Goes To Court Over Hillbillies Casino

Updated: 12/09/2003 - Max Baer Jr. has gone to court in efforts to build his proposed $54 million Beverly Hillbillies Mansion & Casino in a shopping center he shares with The Glenbrook Co. and J.C. Penney.

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Ex-Troopers' Suit Accuses Kirkland, NHP Of `Hostile' Workplace

Updated: 12/09/2003 - Three former Nevada Highway Patrol troopers filed a lawsuit in federal court Monday accusing ex-state public safety director Richard Kirkland and others of conspiring to force them out through harassment and reprisals in a "hostile" workplace.

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