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Meet the new head of the class
WCSD chooses former deputy Pedro Martinez as new superintendent
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BLM wild-horse roundup in Nevada to resume
Judge had ordered suspension during foaling season, which ended Saturday
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Truckee Meadows fire breaks ground
‘The right thing to do, the right time to do it’
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Bus driver strike averted
Local 533, MV Transportation reach deal through 2014
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Giuliani: Obama is ‘an unsuccessful person’
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani had harsh words for President Barack Obama during a campaign stop in Las Vegas, saying he has accomplished nothing and will turn the nation more socialist than France if re-elected. “What do we want to elect, an unsuccessful person? We tried that, OK, we tried a person of no accomplishment,” Giuliani said. “Now let’s try something different, let’s try a man who has actually been successful i...
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Martinez named new WCSD chief
RENO — The long-awaited conclusion to the Washoe County School District’s superintendent search came Friday morning as the Board of Trustees selected Pedro Martinez to head up the vacant position. Martinez accepted the offer via telephone Friday morning and will begin negotiating a contract with the WCSD. President of the Board of Trustees Ken Grein said the board was in a great position to make a decision that will benefit the district. “We h...
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Fighting For A Cause
92-year-old protests vet medical costs
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Marina becomes staple for summer fun
Xtreme Beach Sports provides creativity, tourism boost this weekend
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Health care law survives _ with Roberts’ help 

WASHINGTON — Obamacare lives. America’s historic health care overhaul, derided by Republicans as intrusive, costly “Obamacare,” narrowly survived an election-year battle at the Supreme Court Thursday with the improbable help of conservative Chief Justice John Roberts. The 5-4 ruling now makes it certain that major health care changes will move ahead, touching virtually every American’s life. And Democrats, who have learned to accept if not lov...
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NV governor: No automatic expansion of Medicaid 

CARSON CITY — Nevada won’t automatically accept expanding Medicaid coverage as called for under the federal health care law, Gov. Brian Sandoval said Thursday after the U.S. Supreme Court ruling left open the possibility that states could opt out of the requirement without jeopardizing all of its Medicaid funding. “Given what we know today, the governor does not intend to automatically accept the Medicaid expansion,” Mary-Sarah Kinner, Sandova...
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Tahoe organization looks back on five years since Angora fire
Planning agency reflects on progress since devastating fire
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Accidents with matches, lighter burn 2 houses
Children playing with matches, man filling a lighter cause accidental blazes
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Apple proposing $1B investment in Reno area
Computer company wants to take advantage of $89 million in state and city tax breaks
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Assembly Dems outline Nevada jobs plan
Republicans say the plan amounts to ‘big government ideas and empty promises’
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