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NV Judge Won't Move Roethlisberger Case

Updated: 09/17/2009 - A judge has denied a motion to move the civil sexual assault case against Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Lake Tahoe casino employees from Reno to Douglas County.

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NV PUC Approves Lower Utility Rates

Updated: 09/17/2009 - Northern Nevadans will see lower electric and natural gas bills this winter under new rates approved by the state Public Utilities Commission.

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Nevada Judge Won't Move Roethlisberger Case

Posted: 09/16/2009 - A judge has denied a motion to move the civil sexual assault case against Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Lake Tahoe casino employees from Reno to Douglas County.

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Gibbons Names Health Info Technology Panel

Posted: 09/16/2009 - Gov. Jim Gibbons has signed an executive order creating a state task force to recommend how to implement a health information technology network in Nevada.

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46 Years of Reno Air Racing

Updated: 09/17/2009 - Every September at the Reno Stead Airport, the National Championship Air Races draw aviation enthusiasts from around the world.

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Lab Tech Released from Custody in Yale Slaying

Posted: 09/16/2009 - New Haven police say they have released a Yale University animal research technician they questioned in the killing of a graduate student after collecting DNA samples from him and searching his apartment.

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Voice Chat Is Coming To Facebook

Posted: 09/16/2009 - Look out, Facebook users: Here comes voice chat. Sometime in the next few weeks, the social network's tens of millions of users will begin to be able to have high-quality voice conversations, even as its third-party developers are able to start including voice in their applications.

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Sandoval Running for Governor

Updated: 09/16/2009 - Federal Court Judge Brian Sandoval is no longer a federal court judge, but he does have big plans for the future.

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Garrido Investigated in Other Abductions

Updated: 09/17/2009 - Phillip Garrido is being held on $30-million bail, accused of kidnapping Jaycee Dugard. Now investigators are looking into whether Phillip and Nancy Garrido could have kidnapped other young girls.

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Evidence Seized from Person of Interest in Yale Killing

Updated: 09/16/2009 - Police led away a man in handcuffs to the cheers of neighbors Tuesday and plan to extract DNA samples in an attempt to link him to the killing of a Yale graduate student who died the week she was to be married.

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Fernley Soldier Laid to Rest

Updated: 09/16/2009 - A young soldier from Fernley who died last week in Iraq is now in his final resting place.

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Near Dropouts Give Insight

Updated: 09/16/2009 - It’s estimated about 76% of high school students here in Washoe County graduate from high school. The rates are lower for minority students. The school district wants to do better. Wednesday administrators will announce their plans to tackle the problem.

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Garrido Home Search: More Victims?

Updated: 09/17/2009 - Police from Hayward and Dublin, California will spend the next several days combing Phillip Garrido's home for links to the disappearances of two young girls two decades ago.

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Former Prosecutor Gets Job Back

Updated: 09/15/2009 - Daniel Bogden is the U.S. attorney for Nevada again, some 2 1/2 years after being one of nine federal prosecutors forced to resign.

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Reno Woman Robbed In Unlikely Place

Posted: 09/16/2009 - A Reno woman was robbed in an unlikely place Tuesday morning. It happened in daylight--in a busy strip mall--in front of eight security cameras.

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Garrido: Suspect in More Than One Child Abduction?

Updated: 09/16/2009 - Police investigating two child abductions in the 1980s searched the Northern California home of a man charged with kidnapping a girl and holding her captive for 18 years.

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