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Jobless rate holds steady across state
Unemployment down in Reno-Sparks
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Lawmakers, governor graded on racial equity
Liberal group gives Sandoval receives poor marks for education, health, civil rights
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Romney to run his first TV ad of presidential race
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is turning President Barack Obama's own words against him in the Republican hopeful's TV first ad of his 2012 White House bid. Romney said Monday that his first television ad would start airing in New Hampshire when the president visits the state Tuesday. He said the commercial would compare Obama's message as a candidate with Romney's credentials as a businessman. "The contrast bet...
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School trustees to look at district’s financial picture
Budget cuts, declining growth among today’s topics of discussion
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Bighorns set to usher in fourth season
NBA development team opens 2011/2012 on Friday in California
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Perfect storm of conditions fueled fire
Wind, power outages, rocky canyons and gated communities all contributed to blaze
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Road closures set for Turkey Trot
Annual Thanksgiving morning event to affect Sparks Boulevard traffic
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Fire victims warned about unlicensed contractors
Nevada State Contractors Board cautions residents about unscrupulous solicitors
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Influenza A arrives in Washoe County
Health district encourages immunizations
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LDS Church opposes water pipeline for Las Vegas
Attorney says water at Mormon-owned ranch would be dried up if the project is approved
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Fire victims assess damage
Fire crews focusing on remaining hot spots from blaze that destroyed 32 homes
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Carson City district listed on register of historic places
CARSON CITY (AP) — Part of the Carson City Historic District is being listed on the National Register of Historic Places because of its important role in city and state history. The Nevada Appeal reports that the West Side District was recently designated for protection. The West Side District covers about 70 acres within the larger Carson City Historic District, which the city established in 1982. Among the buildings that will be preserved by...
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Officers in pepper spray incident placed on leave
Head of UC system says students have a right to demonstrate peacefully, lawfully
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ReCharging Nevada
Economic development summit seen as turning point for region’s woes
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Officials say 32 homes destroyed in Caughlin fire
The estimated number of homes destroyed in a wind-fueled wildfire more than doubled on Saturday to a total of 32, but Gov. Brian Sandoval said it’s a miracle scores more weren’t lost.
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Deep Spending Cuts Pose A New Threat To US Economy
WASHINGTON (AP) — Just as the U.S. economy is making progress despite Europe’s turmoil, here come two new threats. A congressional panel is supposed to agree by Thanksgiving on a deficit-reduction package of at least $1.2 trillion. If it fails, federal spending would automatically be cut by that amount starting in 2013. Congress may also let emergency unemployment aid and a Social Security tax cut expire at year’s end. Either outcome could slo...
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