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Sketch released of suspect in attacks on elderly women
Man wanted for lying in wait and robbing, raping one victim
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12 local DUI arrests over Nevada Day weekend
Law enforcement releases patrol results
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GDiesel refinery expanded
Project expended to add about 100 local jobs
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First business gets new multi-jurisdictional license
Sparks created process to streamline the process
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Construction employment declines in October
Industry's unemployment rate stands at 13.7 percent
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Ex-IRS agent pleads guilty to prostitution charge
Kemp Shiffer faces up to 10 years in prison for taking women across state lines to work in brothels
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Student files complaint over sexuality class at WNC
Harassment claim says professor assigned students to masturbate and then write about it
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Trapping plan gets Reno input
Pet owners, trapping industry disagree on new limits near residential areas
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Governor: Nov. 17 is Nevada’s Big Give Day
RENO — As the start of November ushers in the holiday giving season, Gov. Brian Sandoval has proclaimed Nov. 17 as Nevada’s Big Give Day. The formal recognition of this one-day, online giving initiative, Nevada’s Big Give encourages each Nevadan to give back to the community by donating to philanthropic organizations to improve the overall quality of life statewide. Nevada’s Big Give aims to raise $1 million in a single day through one central...
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Nevada board OKs $8.1M in mining fee refunds
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Owners of small mining claims — and large mining operators — will receive a combined $8.1 million to reimburse them for mining fee increases that were adopted during a 2010 special session and repealed by Nevada lawmakers this year. The Board of Examiners, chaired by Gov. Brian Sandoval, approved the refunds during a meeting Tuesday in Carson City, with Secretary of State Ross Miller also voting in favor. Attorney Gene...
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70 percent grad rate highlights school data
One-day leadership summit stresses ‘digging deeper, becoming better’
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UNR names new dean of journalism school
Alan Stavitsky is a former TV, radio reporter who entered academia in 1990
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Dead birds found trapped in Nevada mine markers
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Plastic pipes used to mark mining claims across Nevada have become a death trap for the state's wild birds, which get stuck in the uncovered tubes and then slowly starve to death, according to state officials. The widespread deaths have prompted environmental activists to launch a campaign urging the public to remove the tubes upon sight. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management in Southern Nevada is also targeting the animal death ...
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