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Renter's Rights

Updated: 11/02/2007 - It’s the first of the month and your rent is due. That’s the case for thousands of people here in Washoe County, writing out a monthly rental check.

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Highway 395 Northbound Now Re-Open

Updated: 11/02/2007 - Traffic is now flowing smoothly on Highway 395 at Glendale after all four northbound lanes re-opened.

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California Officials Crack Down on Blue Cross

Updated: 11/02/2007 - State regulators ordered Blue Cross of California to stop requiring doctors and hospitals to sign a secrecy agreement before they can negotiate with the state's largest health plan.

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Payrolls Grow by 166,000 in October; Jobless Rate Holds Steady

Updated: 11/02/2007 - Employers boosted payrolls by a surprisingly strong 166,000 in October, the most in five months, an encouraging sign that the nation's employment climate is holding up relatively well against the strains of a housing collapse and credit crunch.

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Reno HGH Trial: Jury Acquits Doctor

Updated: 11/01/2007 - A federal jury acquitted a Reno doctor on Thursday of charges he trafficked in a human growth hormone.

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Former Lawyer In eTreppid Case Summoned By Grand Jury In D.C.

Updated: 11/01/2007 - A federal grand jury has subpoenaed a former lawyer for a man who claims Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons took bribes while in Congress to steer contracts to a friend with a military software business, the lawyer said Thursday.

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Fitzgerald's Has A New Owner

Posted: 11/01/2007 - A well-known Reno name and a new downtown developer have taken ownership of Fitzgeralds Casino-Hotel.

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Washoe Dies

Posted: 11/01/2007 - Washoe, a female chimpanzee named that was said to be the first non-human to acquire human language, has died at the age of 42.

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Operation Scarecrow Checks on Sex Offenders

Updated: 11/01/2007 - Authorities say sex offenders can put up Halloween decorations, but many aren't allowed to have contact with minors, and can not hand out candy. Law enforcement was out Halloween night making sure offenders followed the law.

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Halloween Shooters Face Murder Charges

Posted: 10/31/2007 - The two Reno men, accused of fatally shooting three people at a party last weekend... are now facing murder charges. 19-year-olds Samisoni Taukitoku and Saili Manu appeared in court, for the first time Wednesday.

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Murder Charges Filed in Reno Halloween Party Deaths

Posted: 10/31/2007 - One of two 19-year-old men arrested in connection with a triple homicide at a Halloween party over the weekend was formally charged with murder in a criminal complaint filed Wednesday afternoon.

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Moana Pool to Close for Repair

Posted: 10/31/2007 - Moana Pool, located at 240 W. Moana Lane, will close on Thursday, November 1st for repairs.

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Charter Channel Changes

Updated: 10/31/2007 - Monday Charter Cable changed the number assigned to several cable stations in the Reno and Fernley markets. Officials say it's an effort to group "like" channels together. Now news, sports, and children's stations are consecutively listed.

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Reno HGH Trial: Fountain Of Youth, Or Overzealous Feds?

Posted: 10/31/2007 - A federal jury in Reno has started trying to decide whether a prominent Reno doctor accused of trafficking human growth hormone was offering patients an illegal sip of a modern "Fountain of Youth" or was the victim of an overzealous federal regulatory agency.

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Reno Man Gets Five Years In Federal Prison For Enticement Of Minor Over Internet

Posted: 10/31/2007 - Jeffrey Leigh Thurber, 50, of Reno, was sentenced today to 70 months in prison and lifetime supervised release for his conviction for using a computer to induce and entice a minor to engage in sexual activity, announced Steven W. Myhre, United States Attorney for the District of Nevada. He was found guilty by a jury in May.

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