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Houses Standing In Way Of Intersection Widening

Updated: 03/25/2010 - At least five-hundred people gathered at a Regional Transportation Commission meeting to voice concerns about planned upgrades for the intersection of Pyramid and McCarran.

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Jobs Opening Up in Reno Area

Posted: 03/24/2010 - Unemployment is higher in Nevada than almost anywhere in the country, but some new jobs are open this week.

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NDOW Investigating Deer Poaching

Posted: 03/24/2010 - The Nevada Department of Wildlife is looking for information about the poaching of three deer found west of Carson City last month.

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Former Assemblywoman Marcia De Braga Dies

Updated: 03/24/2010 - Marcia de Braga, a former state assemblywoman from a longtime ranching family in Churchill County, has died after a long illness.

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Feds Asked to Expand Probe of NV Highway Project

Posted: 03/24/2010 - A congressional panel wants U.S. transportation inspectors to expand their investigation in Nevada into the safety of a $600 million highway bypass project being built between Reno and Carson City.

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"I Spy" Actor Robert Culp Dies at 79

Updated: 03/25/2010 - Robert Culp, the actor who teamed with Bill Cosby in the racially groundbreaking TV series "I Spy" and was Bob in the critically acclaimed sex comedy "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice," died Wednesday after collapsing outside his Hollywood home, his agent said. Culp was 79.

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High-Tech Coupons

Posted: 03/24/2010 - There are coupons out there for food, cleaning product, personal care items and pet food. Coupon shoppers say you can save between 25% and 50% on items, which could translate into $200 in savings a month. There’s nothing new about coupons—but cashing them in just got easier.

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Obama Signs Order Affirming Law on Abortion

Posted: 03/24/2010 - President Barack Obama has signed an executive order designed to ensure that no federal money can be used for elective abortions under the nation's new health care legislation.

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NV Gov. Directs AG to Sue Feds Over Health Reform

Posted: 03/24/2010 - Republican Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons is "directing" Democratic Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto to join 14 other states in suing the federal government over health reform.

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Police: 2 Held in Utah Gas Pump 'Skimming' Case

Posted: 03/24/2010 - Police in a Utah town arrested two men and are trying to determine if eight credit card "skimming" devices found at service station gasoline pumps are part of a multistate theft operation.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Hold Grand Chefs Gala

Updated: 03/24/2010 - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada will hold their annual Grand Chefs Gala at the Grand Sierra Resort Grand Ballroom, featuring thirteen of Reno's top chefs.

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