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Bomb Sniffers Train

Updated: 03/18/2009 - Dogs and their trainers from across the country meet at UNR to train in explosive detection.

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Education Cuts Opposed

Posted: 03/17/2009 - A busload of students and teachers from rural Nevada traveled overnight to urge state lawmakers on Tuesday to reject Gov. Jim Gibbons' proposed education budget and pump more money into K-12 schools.

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Newmont Mine in Nevada Put on Notice About Safety

Posted: 03/17/2009 - Federal safety regulators have put Newmont Mining Corp. on notice that one of its gold mines in northeast Nevada has a potential pattern of health or safety violations.

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Bank of America Robbed

Updated: 03/18/2009 - The Bank of America in the Raley’s on South Virginia has been robbed. According to Reno police the suspect handed a teller a note saying he was armed and wanted money.

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Teen Drinking Parties On The Rise In Reno

Updated: 03/18/2009 - Some recent college parties--turned violent--have spread fear and anger throughout some neighborhoods near UNR. Police say in recent weeks, there have been at least two drinking parties where uninvited guests caused significant damage to both people and homes.

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White House Confident in Treasury's Oversight

Updated: 03/17/2009 - The White House stood by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on Tuesday amid widespread outrage over millions of dollars in bonuses insurance giant AIG gave to executives after receiving federal bailout money.

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St. Patrick's Day RTC Safe Ride Home Program

Posted: 03/17/2009 - Even though St. Patrick's Day falls on a Tuesday, that doesn't stop some people from partying a little too hard on the holiday. That's why bars and pubs are teaming up with the Regional Transportation Commission to make sure drinkers get home safe. Just ask for a free pass from a bartender. Servers say the passes will help keep drunk drivers off the roads.

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Reno Panel Scraps Plans for Flood Dam

Posted: 03/17/2009 - A regional flood control panel has scrapped plans for a dam in the Huffaker Hills area of Reno after recent studies raised questions about the project's effectiveness.

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Firefighters Fight RV Fire

Posted: 03/16/2009 - Reno fire crews are fighting a fire that has fully enfulfed an RV in south Reno.

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Truckee Trout-Stocking On the Way

Posted: 03/16/2009 - The Nevada Department of Wildlife is getting ready for the first of tens of thousands of fish in the Truckee River.

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Big Pay Raises in Governor's Office Budget

Posted: 03/16/2009 - Nevada lawmakers are questioning why some staffers in Gov. Jim Gibbon's office are budgeted for big increases while other state employees are being asked to take 6 percent pay cuts.

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Help for Foreclosed Families

Updated: 03/17/2009 - It's a growing problem across the nation called the "hidden homeless.” Families evicted from their homes are seeking shelter wherever they can afford it. With no funds for a deposit and troubled credit rating, renting can be a challenge, but that’s where Reno’s “ReStart” program can help.

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Local Business Owners Struggle To Stay Afloat

Updated: 03/17/2009 - Local business owners across Northern Nevada say it's still too early to tell if the benefits of President Obama's small business plan will trickle down on them, but they are hopeful.

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Colon Cancer Awareness

Posted: 03/17/2009 - Coloon Cancer Awareness Month. Colonoscopy is one of the few cancer screening techniques that can actually prevent the disease from occurring.

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Windy Day Across Nevada

Posted: 03/16/2009 - It's going to be a blustery day across northern Nevada today. The National Weather Service has issued a high wind advisory for the Reno-Carson City area and surrounding region through 11 p.m.

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Warning to Tourists Heading to Mexico for Spring Break

Posted: 03/16/2009 - Today marks the beginning of spring break for many students, including those at the University of Nevada, Reno. But this year one of the most popular vacation destinations is also one of the most dangerous. A travel alert has been issued for Mexico due to recent drug cartel crime in the northern part of the country. Reports of kidnappings and murders have some travelers making alternate arrangements, but the alert isn't stopping some spring breakers.

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Obama: AIG Can't Justify 'Outrage' of Exec Bonuses

Posted: 03/16/2009 - President Barack Obama declared Monday that insurance giant American International Group is in financial straits because of "recklessness and greed" and said he intends to stop it from paying out millions in executive bonuses.

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