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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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Anti-abortion group writes new proposed measure for Nevada
Judge had given Nevada ProLife Coalition permission to collect signatures but said the language of its prior proposal was too inadequate
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Council to review finances today
Public safety overtime costs exceeding fiscal year budget projections
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Truckee man chosen for U.S. paddleboard team
International competition will be testing ground for possible Olympics inclusion
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NV Supreme Court nears 60,000 cases
More than 10,000 cases filed in last four and a half years
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NBA D-League Showcase to help Food Bank of Northern Nevada
Part of today's ticket sales help hungry in the community
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Flight, not fright
Crash victims show support for air races even after last year’s tragedy in Reno
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Radio nowhere
Fire Department grant to support upgrades to radio equipment
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Heller tells Hispanics he won’t back DREAM Act
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Republican U.S. Sen. Dean Heller took a hard stance against immigration reform that would grant illegal immigrants amnesty Friday, telling a Hispanic group in Las Vegas that he does not support the DREAM Act or birthright citizenship for some children. Heller’s appearance at a monthly Hispanics in Politics meeting was intended to be an olive branch toward the Hispanic community after he cancelled a meeting with the Las Vegas L...
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