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Oxbow After The Fire

Posted: 05/02/2008 - Fire destroyed much of the Oxbow Nature Study Area in West Reno Sunday. Officials from the city and the Department of Wildlife are planning its recovery, but say it will be a long road back.

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Nevada Mines Produced Record $5.4 Billion In '07

Updated: 05/02/2008 - Nevada mines produced a record $5.4 billion worth of gold, silver and other minerals in 2007 compared with about $4.9 million in 2006 production value, according to a state Minerals Division report.

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"Budget Stretcher" Food Give-Away

Posted: 05/02/2008 - The Salvation Army will be giving out food on Saturday, starting at 10:00 a.m. to help families with tough economic times.

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Nevada Senate Minority Leader Announces House Run

Updated: 05/01/2008 - Dina Titus, a political science professor, longtime Democratic lawmaker and failed candidate for governor, on Thursday jumped into the race for Nevada's 3rd Congressional District, a target for Democrats hoping to pick up seats in Congress.

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Lake Tahoe Woman Gets Plea Deal in Cutting of USFS Trees

Posted: 05/01/2008 - An Incline Village woman who hired a company to chop down trees on national forest land to enhance her view of Lake Tahoe agreed Thursday to pay $100,000 restitution and do 80 hours of community service in a plea deal with federal prosecutors that likely will keep her out of prison.

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150 March in Reno in Rally for Immigration Reform

Updated: 05/01/2008 - About 150 people marched in downtown Reno on Thursday in support of a nationwide protest demanding comprehensive immigration reform, including citizenship opportunities for the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants in the U.S.

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Flows in Truckee Canal Should Increase Soon

Posted: 05/01/2008 - Federal officials say water flows in the Truckee Canal that breached and flooded hundreds of homes in January should be increased by next week.

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Government Jobs Up in Nevada

Posted: 05/01/2008 - Federal, state and local government employers in Nevada have added a modest 300 jobs in the first three months of 2008, bucking a trend seen nationally.

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Reno Store Robbed Thursday Morning

Updated: 05/02/2008 - The Bains Market was robbed at about 8:30 Thursday morning. Two men entered the market, pointed guns at the owner, and stole the contents of the register.

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School Disturbance Plan Investigated

Posted: 05/01/2008 - Eight Carson City High School students are suspected of plotting a "major disturbance" at the high school, Chief Sheriff's Deputy Steve Schuette said Thursday.

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Nevada Governor to Ask Fossett Widow for Search Money

Updated: 05/02/2008 - Governor Jim Gibbons is about to make an unusual request. Nearly three months after famed aviator and millionare Steve Fossett was declared legally dead, the Governor says he'll be asking Fossett's family to pay the cost of the unsuccessful search efforts.

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Email Gives Bogus Quake Advice

Updated: 05/01/2008 - Local residents are receiving an email containing earthquake safety advices experts say is mistaken and dangerous.

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Doctor in Hepatitis Probe Can't Practice

Posted: 04/30/2008 - A judge on Wednesday blocked a second Las Vegas doctor linked to a hepatitis C outbreak from practicing medicine pending resolution of a 10-count state Board of Medical Examiners complaint against him.

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Ex-UNR Professor Hussein Suing for Reinstatement

Posted: 04/30/2008 - A former professor at the University of Nevada, Reno has filed a lawsuit against the school president and the state university system seeking his reinstatement after he claims he was fired in retaliation for publicizing animal abuse at campus research farms.

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Governor Launches Anti-waste Panel

Posted: 04/30/2008 - An effort to reduce government waste was launched Wednesday by Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons - who may have to run state government in the next two-year budget cycle on a spending plan that won't grow beyond the current $6.8 billion budget.

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Judicial Council in Reno Settles Federal Complaint

Posted: 04/30/2008 - A nonprofit agency that trains juvenile and family court judges has agreed to pay $300,000 to settle a complaint by the U.S. Department of Justice that it fraudulently obtained grants and used the money to hire ghost workers and employees' spouses.

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Family Almost Loses Home for a Second Time

Updated: 04/30/2008 - Laurence Kaplan’s house was destroyed seven years ago by wildfire. On Tuesday, Laurence was in the final stages of rebuilding when he caught a familiar sight, smoke in Washoe Valley.

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