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Body Found

Updated: 04/08/2009 - Washoe County Sheriff's investigators are getting closer to identifying a body found in a remote part of northern Nevada.

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Wolf Pack Loses In 1st Round

Posted: 03/16/2006 - The little team from the Big Sky carried on the winning tradition of No. 12 seeds in the NCAA tournament.

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St. Patty's Day Free Rides

Updated: 04/08/2009 - If you're going out for Saint Patrick's Day here's how you can get a free ride.

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Reno Airport Equipment Fails Again

Posted: 03/15/2006 - For the second time in two months, the brand new Instrument Landing System at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport has broken down. Airport officials say they're fed up and want answers from the Federal Aviation Administration.

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Mercury Shipment Safety Demanded

Posted: 03/14/2006 - Although Nevada can't stop the federal government from shipping highly toxic mercury to Hawthorne, state officials say they'll seek assurances it is transported properly and stored safely.

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Prison May Lose License Plate Factory

Posted: 03/14/2006 - The state Department of Motor Vehicles chief says a license plate factory should be moved out of the Nevada State Prison -- where the plates have been made since 1928.

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Flights Added For Wolfpack NCAA Trip

Posted: 03/14/2006 - Delta Airlines on Tuesday added two special flights from Reno to Salt Lake City to help Nevada fans get to the NCAA men's basketball tournament.

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Storm Dumps On Sierra

Posted: 03/14/2006 - A potent winter storm that barreled into the Sierra overnight spilled into western Nevada before dawn today, creating slick driving conditions for morning commuters.

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Guinn Visits Troops In Iraq

Updated: 03/14/2006 - Governor Guinn, one of four governors visiting U-S troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and Kuwait this week, says the trip has been an eye-opener for him.

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Reno School Shooting Team Report

Updated: 03/14/2006 - A female gym teacher was hailed as a hero for avoiding any serious injuries at a Reno middle school Tuesday by coaxing a 14-year-old boy to drop a handgun after he shot two fellow students.

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Guard Coming Home

Posted: 03/13/2006 - Nearly one hundred soldiers, from the Nevada Army Guard, are talking for the first time...after losing five men last year, while fighting the war in Afghanistan.

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Wolf Pack Travel

Posted: 03/13/2006 - Seats are filling up fast on airlines...if you are planning to fly to Salt Lake in time for Thursdays game.

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Wolfpack in NCAA Tournament

Updated: 04/08/2009 - Less than 24 hours after the Nevada Men's Basketball team won the WAC Tournament...the guys have learned...where, when and what seed they'll be in the NCAA tournament.

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Dentists Go Digital

Posted: 03/13/2006 - DIgital xrays mean less time in the chair for patients. No chemicals to store or dispose of for office. Immediate access to current and historical xrays at chairside make the concept ideal for many dental offices.

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Changing Times

Updated: 03/15/2006 - Whether it's protesters or supporters, the history of "social activism" has long been a part of US history.

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Winter Driving

Updated: 03/15/2006 - When you have plans to get somewhere, many local law enforcement officers say you are not any more likely to change your plans when the bad weather hits. But, this can be a costly decision.

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It Takes a Village

Posted: 03/11/2006 - Almost 1,300 middle and high school students spent their day at the University of Nevada Saturday afternoon, and no one was allowed to speak their native language

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Lost Snowshoers

Updated: 03/15/2006 - A family of four and their friend are warm and safe after getting stranded on Mount Rose during a blizzard.

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New Storms Boost Snow Pack

Posted: 03/10/2006 - Spring may be only ten days away, but it still seems like January in the Sierra Nevada.

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Historic Church Saved For Now

Posted: 03/10/2006 - Plans to demolish a 142-year-old Carson City church that Mark Twain raised money to build have been put on hold.

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Major Decision

Updated: 03/15/2006 - Eighty percent of students heading to college have chosen a major. Then half of them end up switching majors sometime during their time at school.

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Twins more common than ever

Posted: 03/10/2006 - Infertility medications and women having babies later in life are two reason for the increase in multiple births.

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A Change of Heart

Updated: 03/15/2006 - 14-year old Marquise Leavitt says when he realized the changes needed in his life could only be made by him, it completely changed his life. In this Kids You Should Know, we recognize him for the change he's brought to the lives of other students.

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