More news for Thursday, September 9.
The Reno Gazette Journal has the report Reno police continuing investigation into Reno High School stabbing that begins "Washoe School District Chief of Police Mike Mieras said his officers are continuing to investigate a stabbing that occurred in the halls of Reno High School during a passing period."
The Associated Press has the article Angle courts wary Hispanics in Nevada Senate race that begins "Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle's conservative views on illegal immigration and her limited outreach to Hispanics have done little to endear her to Nevada's largest minority group."
The New York Times' Wheels blog has the article Want to Drive 90 in Nevada? Buy a Pass that reports "In what Mr. DiSimone called his Free Limit Plan, he would give Nevadans and nonresidents the option to drive up to 90 miles an hour on state roads."
KTNV has the article NV mining industry prepays $123 million in taxes that begins "The Nevada mining industry's net proceeds tax payments have soared to about $123 million for 2010, up from $97.5 million in 2009 and $91.8 million in 2008."