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Air worker fired over dog offered old job
Company criticized for dismissing woman concerned about emaciated animal
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Cop Talk
Public safety agencies decide how to handle exemption from new state cell phone law
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Jobless tax will remain unchanged in 2012 for Nev. businesses
State continues to lead US in unemployment, will still borrow from fed to pay benefits
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3 Nevada notaries named in foreclosure fraud case
Another notary was found dead a week ago after missing sentence on a similar charge
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Flower Tower
Sparks Pyramid Towers getting a modern face lift
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Costs for closing aging Nevada prison rise
Gov. Sandoval wanted NSP closed by October; lawmakers allowed staff time to find other jobs
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ASUN president: Show students that higher ed is the future o...
Undergrad leader comments on last week’s tuition hike
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Annual Medicare enrollment closes Wednesday
Changes from federal health care reform affect choices
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GOP rivals hope to court Cain supporters
Businessman was favored by Tea Party followers in bid for 2012 GOP nomination
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More than 800 ride for toys
Confederation of Clubs puts riders on their motorcycles to help area children
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Man attacked after party; police look for suspects
Police want to talk to woman who stopped to help the victim
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UNR Winter Commencement set for Saturday
More than 1,100 degrees to be conferred
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VOA likely to continue operating homeless shelter
Controversy subsides on disputed operations contract for Community Assistance Center
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Is Nevada recovering? Depends on who you ask
Donna West could once name the homeowners on her affluent Las Vegas street. Then came the recession, the vacant homes, and the parade of anonymous renters.
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Sparks on Parade
Thousands turned out in Victorian Square Saturday afternoon for the Sparks Hometowne Christmas parade presented by Intuit, as floats and bands and youth groups marched in the 25th anniversary event.
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Unemployment rate drops to lowest since 2009
WASHINGTON (AP) — The unemployment rate, which has refused to budge from the 9 percent neighborhood for two and a half frustrating years, suddenly dropped in November, driven in part by small businesses that finally see reason to hope and hire. Economists said there was a long way to go, but they liked what they saw. The rate fell to 8.6 percent, the lowest since March 2009, two months after President Barack Obama took office. Unemployment pas...
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Board of Regents pass 8 percent tuition increase for undergr...
UNR Fire Science Academy to be closed
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O Christmas Tree
SPARKS — Thousands turned out for the city’s tree lighting ceremony in Victorian Square Friday night, which marked the official kickoff of the 2011 Sparks Hometown Christmas celebration, presented by Intuit. The 58-foot Christmas tree, an annual gift from Sparks’ sister city, Garibaldi, Ore., on Monday morning was hoisted into its customary spot in front of Saint Mary’s Amphitheater at the intersection of Victorian Avenue and 10th Street. Caro...
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