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Weather Service Predicting High Wind in Reno Area

Updated: 04/27/2010 - A high wind warning is in effect throughout the Truckee Meadows and beyond as wind gusts are already reaching high numbers both on the valley floor and in the mountains.

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Upcoming Health and Safety Fair in Sun Valley

Updated: 04/26/2010 - The Centers for Disease Control says vaccines are one of the most important things parents can do to keep their children healthy. But Nevada is one of seven states with below-average vaccination rates.

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Armed Man Held After Arrest as Obama Leaves NC

Updated: 04/26/2010 - An armed man spotted at a North Carolina airport parking lot just after Air Force One departed and who said he wanted to see the president was being held at the request of federal authorities, a judge said Monday.

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2 Small Earthquakes Shake SD County

Posted: 04/25/2010 - A pair of small earthquakes rattled parts of south San Diego County but there are no reports of damage or injuries.

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Train Car Returns to NV After 100 Years

Updated: 04/26/2010 - A restored train car is returning to the rails in Carson City 100 years after it made its first debut in northern Nevada.

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Bear Captured Near Carson City School

Posted: 04/24/2010 - A black bear kept officials at bay for more than three hours this morning in Carson City before it was captured.

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BLM Acquires Land in Black Rock Desert Area

Posted: 04/24/2010 - The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has acquired nearly 1,300 acres of land around the Black Rock Desert National Conservation Area north of Reno.

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Rescuers Fan Out After Twister Kills 10 in Miss.

Updated: 04/25/2010 - Rescuers spread out Sunday to find anyone who might be left behind in the rural Mississippi countryside hit hard by a tornado that killed 10 people a day earlier, while others returned to demolished homes to salvage what they could and bulldoze the rubble.

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Boulders Placed Around Nevada Capitol for Security

Posted: 04/24/2010 - State officials say boulders recently placed in sidewalks at entrances to the state Capitol grounds are an effort to improve security following a March 29 letter warning Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons and other governors around the nation to resign or "be removed."

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