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Reid Fields Criticism at VA Hospital

Updated: 04/06/2007 - Senator Harry Reid received some criticism about his stand on pulling US troops out of Iraq Thursday during his visit to a VA hospital in Reno. The Senate majority leader spent about an hour speaking and taking questions from about 80 veterans, doctors and others

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Gibbons Vacationed with Nevada Defense Contractors

Posted: 04/05/2007 - There's more information coming out about Governor Jim Gibbons' relationship with a Sparks defense contractor. Gibbons' lawyers have confirmed that the governor and his wife, Dawn Gibbons, vacationed in Turkey with the owners of the Sparks-based Sierra Nevada Corp. in 2000.

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Police Arrest 21-year-old in Nevada as Suspect in UI Slaying

Posted: 04/04/2007 - A 21-year-old man was arrested Tuesday afternoon in Nevada in the investigation into the weekend killing of a University of Idaho student. That's after police used telephone records from the victim's cell phone to track down the suspect.

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Measure Would Qualify Qbout 1,600 Prisoners for Release

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Prison officials say about 16-hundred lower-risk inmates would qualify for release from Nevada's overcrowded prisons if lawmakers back a bill that doubles the time credits inmates get for good behavior.

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Lawmakers Debate Cervical Cancer Vaccine Bill

Posted: 04/04/2007 - A Nevada Senate panel has been urged to approve a bill that would require certain Nevada health plans to cover Gardasil, a vaccine proven to prevent cervical cancer.

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Topaz Lodge Fire Started in Casino's Attic

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Damage is expected to be extensive in a fire that apparently started in the attic area of the Topaz Lodge on the Nevada-California line in southern Douglas County.

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Reno Police Sergeant Pitsnogle Leaves Force

Posted: 04/04/2007 - A Reno police sergeant who was accused of misconduct in connection with the traffic stop of a 17-year-old woman a year ago has left the force.

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Reno Street Projects Announced

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Maneuvering your way around streets in the Biggest Little City just might be a little tougher in the months to come.

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Mt. Rose Snow: 44% of Normal

Updated: 04/04/2007 - April 1 marked the traditional end to the snow season, and at the Mount Rose snow survey site, the snowpack is 44% of where it should be.

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Residents Enjoying Downtown Reno Again

Updated: 04/04/2007 - Swanky new clubs & lounges, family-friendly drug stores, and numerous condo projects have recently popped up in parts of the once-rundown westside of downtown Reno.

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Final Sierra Snowpack Totals Fall Short of Averages

Posted: 04/03/2007 - It's official. The past winter was a bust for snow in the Sierra. April 1st marked the traditional end to the snow season, and the mountain snowpack is barely half what it should be.

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Judge Rules Some eTreppid Case Data to Remain Classified

Posted: 04/03/2007 - A federal judge has ruled that some sections in documents supporting the search warrant for a former eTreppid software developer contain classified material that must be blacked out before the files are released to the public.

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River Body Identified

Updated: 04/04/2007 - An autopsy has determined that a man whose body was found in the Truckee River near the Virginia Street Bridge died of drowning. Additional toxicology tests will determine whether any other factors may have been involved. His name is being withheld until relatives can be notified.

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2007 Nevada Legislature Hits Midpoint

Posted: 04/02/2007 - The ninth week of the 2007 session, which starts Monday, is a good news-bad news point for Nevada lawmakers. By Friday they'll be halfway through the session, but also working without pay.

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Analysts: Gibbons Taking FBI Probe Seriously

Posted: 04/02/2007 - According to legal analysts, Governor Gibbons' decision to hire high-priced Washington, DC, attorney Abbe Lowell shows he's taking seriously an FBI investigation into the governor's associations with a company awarded secret military contracts when Gibbons was in Congress.

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False Hostage Report

Updated: 04/02/2007 - A Washoe County woman who called in a false report Sunday afternoon claiming that her husband was holding a hostage and had barricaded himself in his home south of Reno could face criminal charges.

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Early Allergy Season

Posted: 03/30/2007 - If you're allergies are acting up earlier than normal this year, you're not alone. Doctors say if you are suffering right now the reason is the trees.

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Second 'green building' Rating System Discussed

Posted: 03/30/2007 - Assembly leaders were lukewarm Friday to a plan to add a second "green building" rating system to Nevada law, and potentially allow more properties - including casinos with indoor smoking - to get tax breaks allowed by the 2005 Legislature.

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Pine Teacher Gets Hero Award

Posted: 03/30/2007 - The gym teacher who helped disarm a 14-year-old boy in a shooting at Pine Middle School last spring has been named the Red Cross Hero of the Year for northern Nevada.

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Dawn Gibbons Defends her Consultant Role

Posted: 03/30/2007 - Nevada first lady Dawn Gibbons said Friday that she did nothing wrong in working in 2004 as a paid consultant for a defense company that got a federal contract with help from her husband, Gov. Jim Gibbons, then a Republican congressman.

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Report Confirms Tungsten and Cobalt in Fallon

Posted: 03/30/2007 - A new study confirms what others have shown before - a high level of tungsten and cobalt in Fallon, where a childhood leukemia cluster has sickened 17 children. Three have died since 1997.

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Gibbons Helped Company that Hired His Wife

Posted: 03/30/2007 - A defense company that got a federal contract with help from then-GOP Rep. Jim Gibbons, now governor of Nevada, hired Gibbons' wife to do consulting work, according to a published report Friday.

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Ex-Reno Broadcaster Gets 4 Years in Drug Case

Updated: 04/02/2007 - A former talk show host was sentenced Friday to four years in prison on a drug money laundering charge by a federal judge who chose not to impose the maximum 20-year term after receiving a "remarkable" number of letters of support from the community.

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Technology in the Classroom: Grade D

Updated: 03/30/2007 - When it comes to giving Nevada school-kids, the high-tech tools they need to succeed in the classroom the Silver State, only earns a grade of D.

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