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SF Mayor Newsom Ends Run for CA Governor

Posted: 10/30/2009 - San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, who propelled the debate over gay marriage but struggled to find a popular message outside the San Francisco Bay area, dropped his bid for California governor on Friday.

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Bay Bridge Likely Closed Through Weekend

Posted: 10/30/2009 - State transportation officials say the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge will likely stay closed through the weekend and are unsure if it will open in time for Monday's morning commute.

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Calif. Searchers Seek Survivors After Midair Crash

Posted: 10/30/2009 - Investigators were trying Friday to determine why a Coast Guard airplane on a nighttime search for a missing boater collided with one of four Marine Corps helicopters flying in formation to deliver troops to a training exercise on a military island off Southern California.

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CDC: Swine Flu Kids' Deaths Jump to 114

Posted: 10/30/2009 - Heath officials say swine flu has caused at least 19 more children's deaths - the largest one-week increase since the pandemic started in April.

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Downtown Closing Time For Bars Debated

Updated: 10/30/2009 - City officials are asking for a voluntary clossing time of 4 a.m. for downtown Reno bars. to curb late night rowdiness. Critics say it won't work unless everyone is on board.

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Freeway Copper Thefts in Reno

Posted: 10/30/2009 - A rash of copper thefts on our local freeways is leaving drivers in the dark. The Nevada Department of Transportation says areas of US 395 between I-80 and the Mt. Rose junction have been particularly hard it.

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Fresh Supply of Flu Vaccine Arrives

Updated: 10/30/2009 - The long lines and arm bands don’t look like they are going away any time soon. Or are they? Some local pediatricians' offices say they received a portion of their swine flu vaccines within the last 24 hours.

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Police Want Reno Bars to Close at Night

Updated: 10/30/2009 - Reno police are asking more than a dozen downtown bars to close for two hours at night so nearby residents can catch some sleep.

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Couple Charged in Dugard Kidnapping Appear in Court

Updated: 10/30/2009 - The Northern California couple charged with kidnapping and raping Jaycee Lee Dugard made a brief appearance in a courtroom Thursday for a hearing that gave two people with personal stakes in the case their first glimpses of the defendants in court.

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Review: Dare to be Different and Check Out These Horror Titles on Halloween (Part 2)

Updated: 10/30/2009 - Well, it’s Halloween week and you’ve got nothing to watch to celebrate the occasion. Should you go out and rent all the classics you’ve seen before, like ‘Halloween,’ ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ and ‘Friday the 13th or should you try something new? Here is a list of some of my favorite not-as-well-known scary films that you should check out this Halloween.

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Reno Police Involved in Shooting

Updated: 10/30/2009 - One person is in critical condition after being shot by Reno Police Officers during a response to a possible attempted suicide.

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What Lies Beneath: Saving a Cemetery, Losing a Park

Updated: 10/29/2009 - For a half century Sparks residents have used a park in Conductor Heights unaware it was built over a cemetery. The hundreds buried there are finally getting some respect, but it's coming at the expense of the still living.

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Phillies Win Game 1 6-1

Posted: 10/28/2009 - NEW YORK -- Look out for Cliff Lee, Chase Utley and this New Red Machine.

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Swine Flu Scams

Updated: 10/29/2009 - Long lines for swine flu vaccines may discourage many from even getting the shot, especially if they are not in a high risk category. Would that compel them to take a product that claimed to ward off or even cure swine flu?

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NV Symposium Examines Terminus Lakes

Updated: 10/29/2009 - Scientists say global warming will prove a daunting challenge to protecting terminus lakes, whose water supplies are largely affected by upstream water users.

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Nevada Sales Fall 24 Percent in August

Updated: 10/29/2009 - The Nevada Department of Taxation reports taxable sales plunged more than 24 percent statewide in August, exacerbated in part by an amnesty program that increased collections a year ago.

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