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Jewelry and Toys Recalled Because of Lead Content

Posted: 09/27/2007 - Toys and children's necklaces made in China were recalled Wednesday, including five more items from the popular Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway product line, because they contain dangerous levels of lead.

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Mack E-Mail To Washoe DA Challenged

Updated: 09/27/2007 - A judge expressed concerns today about allowing evidence at Darren Mack's murder trial that includes incriminating comments Mack made in an e-mail to the district attorney regarding the killing of his estranged wife and shooting of a judge.

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ICE Raids McDonalds

Updated: 09/28/2007 - Seven of the 54 undocumented workers arrested in immigration raids at McDonald's restaurants in northern Nevada were being deported to Mexico on Friday because of previous immigration violations, federal officials said.

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Reno Council Gives initial OK for Cabela's bonds

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The Reno City Council has given preliminary approval for outdoor retailer Cabela's to use future sales tax revenues to help finance its store in Verdi, expected to open in November.

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Reno Council Gives Initial OK For Cabela's bonds

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The Reno City Council has given preliminary approval for outdoor retailer Cabela's to use future sales tax revenues to help finance its store in Verdi, expected to open in November.

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Fire Restrictions Lifted

Posted: 09/27/2007 - Cooler days, a smattering of rain and dusting of snow has prompted public land managers to lift fire restrictions across much of northern Nevada.

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Elizabeth Edwards Coming to Reno

Posted: 09/26/2007 - The wife of a popular Democratic candidate for the 2008 presidency is making her way to the Biggest Little City.

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Parent Joins in Fist Fight at Hug High School

Posted: 09/26/2007 - if your child was in a fight on school property...would you get involved to protect them? A fight at Hug High School, has parents questioning their rights on school property. Hug administrators say a group of female students got into a physical confrontation Tuesday, and then some adults got involved.

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Fire Restrictions To Expire In Parts Of Nevada

Posted: 09/26/2007 - Cooler days, a smattering of rain and dusting of snow has prompted public land managers to lift fire restrictions across much of northern Nevada and bid good riddance to a fire season that, though it didn't make the record books, caused its share of damage and heartache.

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125 Nevada Farm Workers Recovering

Updated: 09/27/2007 - About 125 farm workers were treated Wednesday at a medical center in Yerington when they were sickened by a chemical used on an adjacent field.

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BLM Horse Facility Near Reno Closed Due To 130 Animal Deaths

Updated: 09/26/2007 - Federal land managers have temporarily closed down the National Wild Horse and Burro Center north of Reno, where 130 wild horses have recently died from health problems that could pose a threat to workers and visitors.

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Lawsuit Challenges Nevada Tax Cut Petition

Updated: 09/26/2007 - A group led by state AFL-CIO leader Danny Thompson has filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of former antitax Assemblywoman Sharron Angle's latest petition to limit property taxes in Nevada.

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Former Calif. Governor to Endorse Rudy Giuliani

Updated: 09/26/2007 - Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani is expected to pick up a plum endorsement this week from 1 of California's leading Republicans, former Governor Pete Wilson.

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Washoe County Looks At Budget Cuts

Posted: 09/26/2007 - Washoe County officials are mapping a plan to cut $14 million from its fiscal year budget because of a decline in sales taxes.

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The Strike is Over

Posted: 09/26/2007 - General Motors workers have reached a union deal with the company and are heading off the picket lines and back to work.

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Expert Airforce Info Refreshes Fossett Search

Updated: 09/26/2007 - Relying on new leads from Air Force experts, crews looking for famed aviator Steve Fossett plan to comb a rugged area near Death Valley by air and foot, authorities said Tuesday.

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Oct. 15 Date Set For Nevada Execution

Posted: 09/25/2007 - Nevada prison officials have scheduled Oct. 15 for the execution of William Castillo, sentenced to death for beating a retired Las Vegas teacher to death with a tire iron.

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