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Coal Plants Won't Pay, Sierra Club Official Says

Posted: 11/16/2007 - With support growing for renewable energy, Sierra Club executive director Carl Pope says Nevada stands out as a lonely outpost for coal-plant development in the Southwest.

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Evelyn Mount Community Outreach Food Drive

Updated: 11/16/2007 - It’s that time of year again for the Evelyn Mount Community Outreach Food Drive. From 5am to 7pm on November 16, you can help Evelyn feed the needy this holiday season. You can donate at any one of the following locations:

  • Evelyn’s House on 2530 Cannan St in Reno
  • Sak ‘n Save on Oddie
  • Sak ‘n Save on Plumb
  • Scolari’s on Disc Drive
  • The Pink Scolari’s (S. Virginia)

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Promotion That Rewards 'Angels' In Our Community

Posted: 11/16/2007 - A conference will be held at noon, November 16 at the Melting Pot in South Reno to announce a promotion that will reward real people who make a difference in our community.

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Black Mule Deer Spotted in Winnemucca

Posted: 11/16/2007 - We have our fair share of wildlife legends here in the West. Bigfoot has been spotted all over the Pacific Northwest and Tahoe Tessie is seen from time to time patrolling the waters up at Lake Tahoe.

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Hot Oil Turkey Fryers Pose Significant Risk

Posted: 11/16/2007 - While many people may choose to use hot oil turkey fryers to prepare their Thanksgiving meal, the Reno Fire Department is discouraging the use of the hot oil fryers because of the risk of injury and fire associated with the unique cooking units.

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Judge Rules in Favor of Gammick

Updated: 11/16/2007 - A federal judge has rejected claims by a former Washoe County sheriff's detective that Washoe District Attorney Richard Gammick retaliated against him.

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Big Wind Energy Project Proposed In Nevada

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Sierra Pacific Resources and Renewable Energy Systems Americas say they're working on an agreement to jointly develop and operate a large wind-energy project in northeastern Nevada and southern Idaho.

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Nevada Budget Chief Says Not Contradicting Governor

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons' budget chief said Thursday he's not contradicting the governor in saying there will be no blanket exemptions from spending cuts for some agencies despite Gibbons' earlier assurances they wouldn't face reductions.

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Fox Says His Inexperienced Team Practices Hard

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Nevada basketball coach Mark Fox said Thursday it's fun to coach his young, inexperienced team but it will have to "grow up fast" with so many road games before league play begins.

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Reno Boxer Gilbert Granted Continuance of Drug Hearing

Updated: 11/15/2007 - Reno boxer Joey Gilbert was granted a continuance by the Nevada Athletic Commission for a hearing on tests that showed positive for methamphetamine and other forbidden substances after a September fight.

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Virginia Street Opens to All Traffic

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Virginia Street is back open to all traffic from Mill Street to First Street. Metered parking on the east and west side of the Virginia Street Bridge will once again become available.

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More Flame Than Flicker Possible With Birch Bark Candles

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Reno Fire Marshal Bill Burney today cautioned area residents about a fire hazard that is present in Birch Bark Wrapped Candles that are being recalled due to reports of the birch bark wrapping igniting as the candle burns down.

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Barry Bonds Indicted on Perjury, Obstruction Charges

Updated: 11/15/2007 - Baseball superstar Barry Bonds was charged Thursday with perjury and obstruction of justice, the culmination of a four-year federal probe into whether he lied under oath to a grand jury investigating steroid use by elite athletes.

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Perfect Timing in Reno Arrest

Updated: 11/16/2007 - Reno Police have captured a person of interest near downtown Reno. 30-year old Mikkal Buxton is wanted for questioning in Tigard, Oregon for the death of 21-year old Alla Bogdanov.

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Restrictions On Online Wagering Criticized

Posted: 11/15/2007 - Critics of a federal ban on Internet gambling have urged Congress to repair what they term a flawed, selectively enforced law that infringes on personal liberties.

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Gun Taken From State Officer in Carson City

Updated: 11/15/2007 - A Nevada Department of Public Safety officer who was trying to break up a fight in Carson City had his gun taken from him and placed to his head.

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