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Mule Deer Population a Concern

Posted: 05/13/2007 - RENO, Nev. (AP) - An annual report by the Nevada Department of Wildlife says except for mule deer, the state's big game animals are healthy and thriving.

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Cesar Hernandez Fundraiser

Updated: 05/13/2007 - Cesar Hernandez is unable to get the care he need because his family cannot afford to pay for the operation. On Saturday, several Nevadans showed their charitable soles, or souls, by hitting the pavement in the Capital City.

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Police Search for Robbery Suspect

Posted: 05/13/2007 - Reno Police are looking for a man suspected of robbing a Hollywood Video Store Saturday afternoon, and attempting to rob a Money Tree Loan Center shortly before.

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Retired Nurse Tells Story of Friday Night Shooting

Updated: 05/14/2007 - In the minutes after Friday night's tragic shooting, a bystander rushed to help one of the victims. She was giving aid even before medics arrived. She shares her story with KOLO 8's Joe Harrington.

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The Phantom Runs Free

Updated: 05/14/2007 - For years he roamed the hills near Dayton and the pages of a series of popular books. Today, a wild stallion named Phantom is settling into a new life at a Northern California sanctuary and his new role as ambassador.

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Allegations Against Gibbons and Trepp

Updated: 05/11/2007 - The former partner of Reno-based defense contractor Warren Trepp has repeated his claims that he saw Trepp give Nevada Gov. Jim Gibbons cash and casino chips worth "close to $100,000" while they were on a Caribbean cruise ship.

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Douglas High Locked Down After Threatening E-Mail

Posted: 05/11/2007 - Douglas High School was briefly locked down Friday afternoon after the school's resource officer received an e-mail threat that a shooting would take place on campus, authorities said.

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Gibbons to Decide Next Week on Possible Veto

Posted: 05/11/2007 - Gov. Jim Gibbons has until early next week to decide whether to veto a bill erasing "green" building tax breaks, and will take until then to make up his mind.

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Vail to Operate Tahoe Complex

Posted: 05/11/2007 - Ski resort owner Vail Resorts plans to operate the 420 million dollar condominium-hotel and convention center project under development within walking distance of its Heavenly mountain gondola at South Lake Tahoe.

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Glick Says UNR Committed to Diversity

Posted: 05/11/2007 - University of Nevada, Reno President Milton Glick said he would seek to reverse tougher admission standards if it causes a drop in minority enrollment.

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Low Flows May Affect River Festival

Posted: 05/10/2007 - Low flows in the Truckee River means shallow waters for kayakers at the Reno River Festival. Last year's flow was four times what it is this year.

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Study Finds All Three Forms of Mercury Exiting Nevada Mines

Posted: 05/10/2007 - Regulators announced Thursday that new monitoring at five of Nevada's largest mines has shown three kinds of mercury are coming out of smokestacks, including a gaseous form that can find its way into fish.

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Nevada Lawmaker Opposes Changes to Payday Loan Bill

Posted: 05/10/2007 - A few high-interest lenders are trying to hang onto a loophole in the state's payday loan regulations, Nevada Assembly Speaker Barbara Buckley told lawmakers Thursday.

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Lawmakers Move to Reduce Unfunded Liability

Posted: 05/10/2007 - Nevada lawmakers reviewing a budget for the Public Employees Benefits Program voted Thursday to put $50 million toward paying down a $4.1 billion long-term liability that could cause trouble for the state's credit ratings.

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Court Records Bill

Posted: 05/10/2007 - Judges and an insurance trade association are opposing a bill that would restrict Nevada judges' ability to seal court records, raising questions about its lack of privacy protections.

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Nevada Guard Says its Ready for Emergencies Despite Deployments

Posted: 05/10/2007 - While many states complain that deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan have left their National Guard units understaffed and ill-prepared to handle emergencies at home, Nevada officials say its force of citizen soldiers is in "great shape" and ready to respond if needed.

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Reno Man Critical After Hit-Run Accident

Updated: 05/10/2007 - An elderly Reno man was critically injured Thursday when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver while crossing the street, police said.

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Not In My Backyard

Updated: 05/10/2007 - Decades after it was first proposed the Galena Creek Bridge is still unfinished, over budget, and the subject of debate. So, why is it being built in such and obviously difficult location.

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Lawmakers Hold Closed-Door Meetings on Education

Posted: 05/10/2007 - Hoping to end the session on time for the first time since 1999, legislative leaders are holding closed-door meetings this week trying to resolve differences over K-12 and higher education budgets.

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