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Nevada Judge Asked to Dismiss Pot Charges

Posted: 09/16/2011 - A Nevada judge said Friday he needed time to review grand jury transcripts before he decides whether the state's medical marijuana laws are too vague to allow charges to stand against six people arrested when police raided a Las Vegas storefront marijuana dispensary last November.

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Strange Twist In the Search for Susan Powell

Updated: 09/16/2011 - Utah authorities say there have not been any human remains found in the search for Susan Powell. This comes just a day after authorities say the did find human remains in the Utah desert.

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4th Street - Prater Way Corridor Study

Posted: 09/15/2011 - At one time, Reno and Sparks were two distinct cities separated by open space. Over time they've grown together and the Lincoln Highway that once connected them has become the crowed 4th Street - Prater way corridor.

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GOP Touts Nevada Victory, Dems Downplay `12 Fallout

Updated: 09/15/2011 - The only thing more predictable than Republicans winning Nevada's special congressional election in the GOP-dominated 2nd District is their party leaders exaggerating its importance and Democrats trying to downplay its significance both statewide and on the 2012 presidential stage.

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Teens Get Probation for Ray May Fire

Updated: 09/13/2011 - Two 15-year-old boys were sentenced to probation for sparking a wildfire that burned six square miles south of Gardnerville and cost an estimated $2.8 million to put out.

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So Far So Good on Special Election Voting Day

Updated: 09/13/2011 - The polls have been open in Washoe County for over five hours and “everything is running smoothly,” according to Washoe County Registrar of Voters Dan Burk.

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Man Found Dead After Falling into Lake

Updated: 09/11/2011 - Search crews have found the body of an Elko man who fell from a boat while fishing with two small children in South Fork Reservoir and never returned to shore.

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Bank Robber Arrested in Reno

Posted: 09/09/2011 - A man wanted in connection with five armed robberies at banks in Colorado Springs was arrested in a Reno neighborhood tonight.

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Officials Looking for Man Who Fell into Elko Lake

Updated: 09/09/2011 - Rescuers are looking for a 37-year-old Elko man who fell from a boat while fishing with two small children in South Fork Reservoir and never returned to shore.

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Nevada OKs $23M Interest for Jobless Benefits Loan

Updated: 09/02/2011 - Nevada legislators are approving a $23 millioninterest payment to the federal government on money borrowed to cover unemployment claims in the state with the nation's highest jobless rate.

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BLM Task Force Urges Safety in Helicopter Roundups

Updated: 09/02/2011 - The same day a judge scolded the Bureau of Land Management for a helicopter pilot's misconduct rounding up wild horses in Nevada, the agency's own task force quietly issued a report emphasizing the importance of keeping safe buffer zones between the mustangs and the airborne cowboys.

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Remote Wildfire in Nevada Grows to 14 Square Miles

Updated: 09/01/2011 - A remote lightning-sparked wildfire has grown to 14 square miles in a wilderness area south of the eastern Nevada town of Caliente, but a federal lands official says firefighting teams expect to have it contained this weekend.

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Reno Robbery Attempt

Updated: 09/01/2011 - Reno police have arrested a man in connection with an attempted robbery.

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9 Stores Cited for Selling Alcohol to Minors

Updated: 08/30/2011 - Clerks at nine businesses in Henderson have been cited for selling alcohol to minors during a sting operation in the southern Nevada city.

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Reid: Work Starts on First Hybrid Power Plant

Posted: 08/30/2011 - Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says construction on the world's first hybrid geothermal and solar power plant is starting in northern Nevada.

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Teachers Union Gives Nevada Legislature F Grade

Updated: 08/29/2011 - Nevada's statewide teachers union is giving the state Legislature a failing grade for deep budget cuts and changes to teacher evaluation and collective bargaining rules.

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