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Nevada Ranks 2nd in December Foreclosures

Posted: 01/18/2007 - A new report by a California tracking firm said Nevada had the second highest foreclosure rate in the nation in December. The report by RealtyTrac Inc. found that there was one foreclosure for every 392 households in the Silver State, second only behind Colorado.

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"Tent City" will include Nevada Lawmakers

Posted: 01/18/2007 - At least five legislators and up to 100 other people will be sleeping in tents outside the Legislature overnight on Feb. 18 to draw attention to the hardships that homeless people face in Nevada.

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Apartment Complex Evacuated

Updated: 01/18/2007 - For several residents in the Sierra Woods apartment complex in Sparks it was quite a tense evening.

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Water Importation

Updated: 01/18/2007 - A hearing is scheduled to begin in March on a proposal by a Reno engineer to pump water from a desert valley east of Pyramid Lake and pipe it to Fernley. Tom Gallagher, owner of Summit Engineering Corp., said if approved, the proposed Granite Valley project could eventually be expanded to provide more water to the Reno-Sparks area.

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Winter Car Thefts

Updated: 01/17/2007 - Reno police on Wednesday renewed a warning to residents not to leave their vehicles running unattended to warm up. If you do, it might not be there for long.

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Trucker Crackdown

Updated: 01/17/2007 - Reno police have an eye out for commercial truck drivers who are breaking the law.

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Middle School Closed

Updated: 01/16/2007 - Clayton MIddle School closes on Tuesday because of burst pipes. Four classrooms and a hall way are affected

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Reno School Locked Down Near Domestic Distubrance Arrest

Updated: 01/16/2007 - Reno police have arrested a man in an alleged domestic dispute that forced a lock down at a nearby middle school this afternoon. Police say 38-year-old Jason Merrell has been charged with domestic battery and assault with a deadly weapon.

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Jim Rogers Returns as Chancellor

Posted: 01/16/2007 - Nevada university Chancellor Jim Rogers said Tuesday he was returning to business as usual, after rescinding his weekend resignation as head of the state's higher education system.

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Preserving the Dream

Updated: 01/16/2007 - More than seven hundred people shared their fond memories of Martin Luther King Junior Monday night during an annual birthday celebration at the Nugget.

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Burst pipes Broken houses

Updated: 01/16/2007 - Frozen pipes burst throughout Northern Nevada as temperatures plunge. In a one mile radius in Sparks, seven homes have sustained major water damage.

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Truckee Considers Banning Ground-Floor Offices in Downtown

Updated: 01/16/2007 - Offices of real estate agents, lawyers and other professionals would be banned on the ground floor of some downtown Truckee buildings under a proposal being considered by town officials to boost tourism.

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Oil Refinery Fire

Updated: 01/16/2007 - A fire broke out at an oil refinery Monday morning, burning one employee, sending flames as high as 50 feet into the air and prompting an order for residents to stay indoors, authorities said. The impact this will have on prices here in Northern Nevada is not immediately known.

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More Iraqi Executions

Posted: 01/15/2007 - Two more former Iraqui officals are hanged for their part in killing citizens in the 19-80s.

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Wildlife Habitat in Danger

Updated: 01/15/2007 - State and federal officials are facing a daunting task of restoring wildlife habitat after wildfires blackened about 1.3 million acres across Nevada in 2006.

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Fallon Accident

Posted: 01/14/2007 - Accident in Fallon involves elderly driver and convenience store

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Schools & Many Offices Closed for King Holiday

Updated: 01/15/2007 - People here and in the rest of the country are observing a federal holiday in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. today. There's also going to be a special church service in Reno, getting underway at 11AM.

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California Citrus in Peril

Posted: 01/14/2007 - California citrus crop in danger as temperatures drop below freezing

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911 Flooded With Flooding Calls

Updated: 01/15/2007 - Local residents who were dealing with broken pipes and water damage called emergency operators today, even though their situations were not life-threatening.

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Record Natural Gas Usage

Updated: 01/15/2007 - Sierra Pacific reports the new record was set on Saturday morning, following several hours of bitterly cold temperatures, even below zero in several areas.

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