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Domestic violence gets a closer look
Review panel created to combat increase in violence against and fatalities among women
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Berkley, Heller matched in fundraising haul
Democrat has raised $1.1 million to her Republican rival’s $3.6 million for campaign
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Panel to discuss a possible voter ID law
Nevada League of Women Voters to host Tuesday discussion
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Sewer expansion project to delay travel times along N. Virgi...
Construction will affect traffic to and from Wolf Pack games
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Local McDonald’s gives to family of JK Metzker
Restaurants donate to widow, children of TV sports director
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Get The Picture?
County Health District launches hard-hitting anti-smoking campaign
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Exit polls: Romney wins NH with broader coalition
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – Mitt Romney won New Hampshire’s Republican presidential primary by building on the strengths that carried him to a narrow victory in Iowa and bringing in a broader coalition of tea party supporters and conservatives, according to exit polls. THE ECONOMY: New Hampshire voters were more apt than Iowa caucus-goers to say the economy was the most important issue in deciding their vote, and the issue was again Romney’s best. Am...
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Romney wins in NH, Ron Paul runs second
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Mitt Romney cruised to victory in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night, improving on his first-place finish in last week’s Iowa caucuses and firmly establishing himself as the man to beat for the Republican presidential nomination. “Tonight we made history,” Romney told cheering supporters before pivoting to a stinging denunciation of President Barack Obama. “The middle class has been crushed,” he said, “our debt is too...
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Romney broadens coalition in NH GOP primary win
Former Mass. governor did better at the polls than last week in Iowa
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Schools to consider anti-bullying policy
Specific procedures are result of bill passed by 2011 Nev. Legislature
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Fire Dept. gets needed upgrades
City also approves new labor agreement with firefighters union
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