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Closure of Old Nevada State Prison Still a Possibility

Posted: 08/06/2008 - Possible closure of the old Nevada State Prison will be on the table at the 2009 Legislature if the Department of Corrections must cut 14 percent out of its upcoming 2009-11 budget, a new report states.

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"Black Book" Member Arrested

Updated: 08/07/2008 - John Mealey Jr., listed in the state's "black book" because of slot-cheating and other crimes, has been arrested and charged with nine counts of breaking a state law that bars anyone in the book from entering Nevada casinos.

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Digging Through Trash: Is It A Crime?

Updated: 08/07/2008 - Some local residents have noticed a new trend in the Truckee Meadows, one that most likely stems from our struggling economy. Many people say they've witnessed "recycle scavengers" in their neighborhoods in recent weeks...people who dig through your recycling bin, hoping to make a few bucks.

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119 Illegal African Clawed Frogs Seized in Nevada

Updated: 08/06/2008 - State wildlife officials raided three residences in the Reno area where they seized more than 100 African clawed frogs, which they say are prohibited because they can pose a serious danger to native frogs and entire ecosystems.

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Reno Headed for One of Warmest Summers on Record

Updated: 08/06/2008 - Reno is on its way to posting another one of its warmest summers in modern times and local experts say it's hard to believe that regional climate change doesn't have something to do with it.

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Firefighters Hard at Work Before a Fire Breaks Out

Posted: 08/06/2008 - Sierra Fire Protection Firefighters will be clearing hazardous fuels and brush from the Thomas Creek area over the next month, trying to curb the threat of a fire in that area.

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Northern Nevada Citibank Locations to Close

Updated: 08/06/2008 - Another sign of hard economic times, Citibank locations in Northern Nevada and the California Sierra Foothills will either change over to Wells Fargo branches, or close.

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Lawmakers Plan Housing Law Changes

Updated: 08/06/2008 - A panel studying Nevada's foreclosure crisis wants the 2009 Legislature to enact housing-related laws ranging from fines for illegal real estate practices to new protections for renters.

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Early Voting

Posted: 08/05/2008 - Early voting is slow in Washoe County. But registrar of voters office says we won't know until after Friday what the final numbers are.

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One Lane on I-80 Open

Updated: 08/05/2008 -

A single lane onI-80 westbound has been opened at Floriston after a semi hauling a load of eggs was involved in an accident.

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State: Jobless Benefits Fund OK

Posted: 08/05/2008 - The state trust fund used to pay benefits to jobless Nevadans is handling a big increase in claims even though it's $114 million below a projected September level, officials said Tuesday.

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Dead Woman at Harrah’s Estate Identified

Updated: 08/05/2008 - The young woman who was found dead at the home of Tony Harrah has been identified. She is Elizabeth Manning, 27-years-old of Reno.

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Reno Man Arrested After Leaving Infant in Car

Posted: 08/05/2008 - A 50-year-old Reno man has been arrested on a charge of child neglect after police say he left his infant foster child alone in a car while he shopped for groceries.

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Largest Wild Horse, Burro Show Coming to Reno

Posted: 08/05/2008 - The largest wild horse and burro show in the country is coming to Nevada later this month at a time organizers say it is important to educate the public about the animals and their fate on the range.

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Hazmat Spill Blocks Ramps to I-80

Updated: 08/05/2008 - Authorities are cleaning up a chemical spill in an accident involving a semitrailer truck that closed a major Interstate 80 ramp in Sparks.

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Farmers Suffer from Low Water Levels at Lahontan

Updated: 08/05/2008 - The water level in the Lahontan Reservoir is only half of normal and getting lower all the time, forcing some farmers who depend on the water to irrigate their crops to forgo planting all their available fields.

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Death Investigation at Harrah's House

Updated: 08/05/2008 - Washoe County sheriff’s detectives are investigating the death of a young woman at the home of Tony Harrah, son of late gaming icon Bill Harrah, in the southwest Truckee Meadows.

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Brushfire in Patrick Put Out Quickly

Posted: 08/04/2008 - Fire Investigators are trying to figure out what started a small brush fire east of Reno Monday afternoon. About eight acres burned in the Patrick area, about a mile north of I-80. Nobody was hurt and fire crews say no homes or other structures were in danger.

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Tax Petition Faces Verification Deadline

Updated: 08/04/2008 - Local election officials were scheduled Monday to complete reports that will determine whether a Nevada version of California's Proposition 13 property tax cap has enough valid petition signatures to qualify for the November ballot.

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