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Judges Opt Out Of Tax Impasse

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 07/19/2003 - Nevada's federal judges say they have no jurisdiction in the conflict over the state's budget crisis.

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Lawmakers' Cost Could Be Used Elsewhere

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Now we will look at how much the special session is costing tax payers and what the school districts could be doing with that money.

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Group Aims To Boost Interest In Wild Horses

Updated: 07/19/2003 - A new nonprofit group hopes to spur interest in wild horses to new levels and gallop beyond governmental confines to assist the Bureau of Land Management in getting more of the wild animals adopted.

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Elko Area Wildfire Contained

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 07/19/2003 - A wildland fire north of Elko was contained late Friday after threatening a subdivision and temporarily shutting down a key road linking Elko with Idaho.

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When Should the Elderly Stop Driving?

Updated: 07/18/2003 - The horrific accident in Santa Monica yesterday raises the question of whther there should be age restrictions on seniors behind the wheel?

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Effects of Tax Impasse Far Reaching

Nevada Legislature 2003

Updated: 07/18/2003 - The 165th day of the 2003 legislature brought little in the way of progress toward an end to the state's budget impasse, but its effects are being felt elsewhere in the state.

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Traffic Moving on Highway After Bus Fire

Updated: 07/18/2003 - Traffic is now just beginning to move again in the northbound lanes of U.S. 395 in Reno between Moana and Plumb Lane after an Amador charter bus caught on fire.

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Strange Carjacking Ends in Death Near Truckee

Updated: 07/18/2003 - A car jacking in Nevada City, California led to a high speed chase through Truckee early Thursday morning and ended in the death of the suspect.

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State Senate Fails To Approve Tax Plan

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 07/17/2003 - Nevada's state senators decided Thursday that any attempt to pass tax increases was futile if their political counterparts in the Assembly wouldn't back the plan.

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Council Approves New Cable TV Ordinance

Updated: 07/17/2003 - The Reno City Council has given preliminary approval to a new ordiance designed give cable television customers new protection.

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Art Seeks Justice In Courtroom

Updated: 07/17/2003 - Art meets justice this weekend as Artown enters the courtroom. The Nevada Opera is holding a musical performance in the Washoe County Courthouse, courtesy of District Judge Peter Breen.

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Nerves on Display as Celebrity Tourney Opens

Updated: 07/17/2003 - John Elway said he still gets more nervous on the 7,445-yard Edgewood-Tahoe Golf Course than he ever did leading the Denver Broncos to any of his five Super Bowls.

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Legislature Trying to Compromise Until Judges Rule

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 07/17/2003 - Day 164 of the 2003 Legislature saw a rare federal court hearing on a state issue, no progress on a tax plan and indications the Legislature has given up on attempts to broaden the state's tax base.

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Gas Prices Down, Vary From City to City

Gas Prices

Updated: 07/17/2003 - The average price for gasoline in Nevada fell 4 cents per gallon over the past month to a statewide average of $1.74 for self-serve unleaded, AAA of Nevada said Wednesday.

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Fiegehen Found Guilty By Jury

Updated: 07/15/2003 - A Carson City man who told jurors he is not a killer was convicted Tuesday of killing his ex-girlfriend's stepfather and wounding her mother.

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Firefighters Working to Control Peavine Blaze

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 07/16/2003 - More than 300 firefighters made progress Tuesday on a brush fire that blackened 1,500 acres on the edge of Reno after burning dangerously close to more than 150 homes.

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Congressional Panel Passes Record Yucca Budget

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 07/15/2003 - A congressional committee on Tuesday approved a record $765 million budget for the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump, with provisions aimed at accelerating completion of the project in the Nevada desert.

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Dead Horses May Have Starved to Death

Updated: 07/16/2003 - Federal agents and sheriff's deputies are investigating the deaths of 47 horses in northeast Nevada that may have starved and been dumped on federal land after they were rounded up in a dispute with two American Indian sisters.

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Greenspan Says Fed Could Cut Rates Again

Updated: 07/15/2003 - The Federal Reserve stands ready to reduce interest rates even further if necessary to boost the sluggish economy and guard against a destabilizing fall in prices, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Tuesday.

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