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Quakes Behavior "A Puzzle"

Posted: 04/25/2008 - Hundreds of small earthquakes have rattled the area just west of Reno in recent days. Iit's a typical earthquake swarm with one intriguing, and possibly unsettling, difference.

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3.6 Magnitude Quake Shakes Reno

Updated: 04/25/2008 - At 6:13 Friday night the greater Reno area shook once again with an earthquake. The 3.6 temblor was centered 2 miles east northeast of Verdi-Mogul. According to the USGS website this earthquake had a depth of 1.6 kilometers.

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U.S. Judge Sends Nevada Canal Water Flow Case to State Court

Posted: 04/25/2008 - In a case pitting farmers against flood victims, a federal judge says a state court should decide whether more water should flow through the irrigation canal that broke in January and flooded nearly 600 homes in Fernley.

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Tahoe Surgery Center Reopens, Working With Federal Inspectors

Posted: 04/25/2008 - An order by Nevada public health officials to stop patient care has been lifted at a Lake Tahoe clinic while the clinic continues to work with federal health inspectors to correct problems with its infection-control practices.

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YOUR Earthquake Story

Updated: 04/27/2008 - Did you feel the quakes? Were you scared? Or did the adrenaline rush have you smiling? We want to know your earthquake experience. And if you've been through one before, maybe you can offer some advice to those who've never been in an earthquake. Post your comment below.

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Magnitude 4.2 Strongest in Series of Earthquakes

Updated: 04/25/2008 - A swarm of earthquakes capped by a 4.2 magnitude quake rattled Reno on Thursday afternoon, shaking downtown buildings and putting residents on edge throughout the city.

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Wanted Suspect Shuts Down Sparks Schools

Updated: 04/24/2008 - Kate Smith School and Sparks High School were put into lockdown Thursday morning as police searched for a man they say could be armed and dangerous.

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Sam's Club, Costco Limit Rice Purchases as Prices Rise

Updated: 04/24/2008 - Our economy remains bleak, the price of gas and food continue to rise...and now, the unthinkable has occurred. Some major wholesale retailers have now put restrictions on how much you can buy of certain food items.

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Utility Refund Canceled

Posted: 04/24/2008 - A $40 million tax refund to a utility was canceled Thursday by the Nevada Supreme Court because a state Tax Commission vote for the refund was taken in an illegal closed-door meeting.

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Nevada Last in Federal Funding

Posted: 04/24/2008 - Nevada came in dead last in federal money in fiscal 2006 at $5,852 per person, according to a new Census Bureau report.

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Fire Leaves Reno Family Homeless

Updated: 04/24/2008 - A Reno family is looking for a new place to live after a fire destroyed their home Wednesday afternoon.

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Convicted sex offender in Fallon pleads not guilty to child porn

Posted: 04/23/2008 - A convicted sex offender in Fallon has pleaded not guilty to hundreds of child sex charges in Churchill County District Court. 41-year-old Daniel DeWayne Green has been jailed since November on suspicion of failing to register as a sex offender, resisting an officer and a warrant from Oregon.

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Ex-UNR Whistleblower in Contempt of Court, Fined $25,000

Posted: 04/23/2008 - A Nevada professor who claims he was fired earlier this month in retaliation for blowing the whistle on animal abuse at campus research farms has been found in contempt of federal court and ordered to pay a $25,500 fine.

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Retail Medical Clinic

Updated: 04/24/2008 - New concept in patient care. Located in grocery store it helps patients with one time minor medical issues.

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$7.8 Million in Airport Grants for Reno, Elko, Jackpot

Posted: 04/23/2008 - The U.S. Transportation Department awarded airport grants totaling more than $7.8 million in Nevada Wednesday, including money to address noise concerns in Reno and repair part of a runway apron in Elko.

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Plea Deal Reached in Tahoe Tree-Cutting Case

Posted: 04/23/2008 - An Incline Village woman charged with hiring a company to cut down three old-growth Ponderosa Pines to enhance her view of Lake Tahoe will not face trial.

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