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California Sunday School Teacher Booked in Child Death

Updated: 04/13/2009 - Tracy police said Saturday they don't know a motive for the Sunday school teacher they arrested on suspicion of kidnapping and killing 8-year-old Sandra Cantu, whose body was found in a suitcase in an irrigation pond.

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Tahoe Snowboarder Recalls Backcountry Rescue

Updated: 04/13/2009 - When the clouds parted after dumping more than 4 feet of snow in the mountains around Lake Tahoe, Nick Gorman thought it would be a great time to learn fresh powder snowboarding on his favorite run at Heavenly Mountain Resort.

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VA Agrees to Return Reporter's Equipment

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Amid protest from journalist groups, the Veterans Affairs Department agreed late Friday to return a radio reporter's recording equipment that it had seized three days earlier as he attempted to interview an injured veteran about VA health care.

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Sparks Firefighters Agree to Skip Pay Raise

Posted: 04/10/2009 - A union representing Sparks firefighters has agreed to forgo a 4.2 percent pay raise they were scheduled to get this year to help the city address a budget shortfall.

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Partial List of Dead 2009 Bills

Posted: 04/10/2009 - Here's a summary of measures that didn't win approval in various legislative committees by a Friday deadline for action by those panels:

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Home Sales Up in Reno

Updated: 04/13/2009 - Home sales in the Reno area are on an upward trend. Statistics show the number of homes sold is in increasing month by month since January. Meanwhile, the inventory of homes for sale is shrinking. That could mean you’ll soon see home prices starting to rise again.

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Muslim Student Says Hijab Causes No Problems

Posted: 04/10/2009 - The Washoe County School District is paying a $400,000 settlement in a lawsuit claiming harrassment of a Muslim girl wearing a traditional head scarf. Another student finds acceptance and says the hijab means "no bad hair days."

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About 200 Bills Die in NV Legislature

Posted: 04/10/2009 - As another deadline hit on Friday, about 200 bills and resolutions wound up on the scrap heap of rejected legislative ideas while about 770 other proposals remained alive for more debate during Nevada lawmakers' 2009 session.

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Reshuffling Fire Staff

Posted: 04/10/2009 - City of Reno has plans to rotate staffs at certain fire stations to save money.

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Scrap Metal Theft Bill Advances

Posted: 04/10/2009 - Responding to appeals from local governments and businesses to crack down on theft of scrap metal, the Assembly today passed AB 233, which will increase the penalties for stealing metals such as copper and aluminum from construction sites, street lights and even from homes.

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License of Reno Group Care Home Revoked

Posted: 04/10/2009 - State regulators have revoked the license of a Reno group care home, citing concerns over the health and safety of its residents.

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Alpaca Extravaganza Comes to Reno

Updated: 04/10/2009 - The seventh annual Alpaca Western Extravaganza, the largest alpaca show in the West, will host a record number of 400 alpacas at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center. The event takes place Saturday & Sunday, April 11th & 12th from 8:30am to 5pm Saturday, and on Sunday from 8 am to 5pm.

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New Admissions Halted at Reno Psych Hospital

Updated: 04/10/2009 - State regulators have imposed a temporary ban on new admissions at a Reno psychiatric hospital, rejecting a plan to correct problems identified after two girls attempted suicide on Christmas Day.

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Suspects Sought in Carson Shooting

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Carson City sheriff's investigators are looking for three people they think were involved in a shooting.

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Dry Land Feeds Midwest Wildfires

Updated: 04/10/2009 - An Oklahoma sheriff estimates 100 homes or other structures have been damaged by wildfires.

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Interest Groups Target Mining for Tax Increase

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Organizations pressing to restore budget cuts for health and human services programs are urging lawmakers to turn to Nevada's mining industry for more revenue.

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Window Smash Burglaries

Updated: 04/10/2009 - Reno Police say 29 commercial properties are victims of a rash of smash window burglaries. Crimes occured between January 1 and March 31.

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