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Busted! Caught Selling Booze to Minors

Updated: 02/28/2006 - It's a non-negotiable rule: it is illegal to sell alcohol to people under the age of 21. But you'd be surprised how many clerks get caught doing it.

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Snowboarder Killed At Squaw

Updated: 02/28/2006 - The cause of death is still pending for a California snowboarder who died in an apparent accident at Squaw Valley USA ski resort on Friday, the Washoe County coroner said Tuesday.

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Flood Danger Evaporates

Updated: 02/28/2006 - Rivers, creeks and streams swollen with runoff receded Tuesday as rain turned to snow across western Nevada and the Sierra. Even as the threat of flooding eased, another powerful storm was bearing down on the region.

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City Wants State Graffiti Help

Posted: 02/27/2006 - Councilwoman Sharon Zadra wants the Nevada Department of Transportation to increase graffiti cleanup efforts on sections of highways running through Reno or pay the city to remove it.

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Tahoe Pollution A Rush-Hour Problem

Posted: 02/27/2006 - Air pollution from Asia's coal-powered energy plants and Gobi Desert dust storms could be minor factors in Lake Tahoe's declining clarity. But scientists believe a lot of the lake's pollutants come straight from rush-hour traffic in the Tahoe Basin.

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New Milionaire At Atlantis

Posted: 02/27/2006 - A California woman who decided to play a slot machine at a Reno casino while waiting for friends to go to Sunday brunch won a jackpot worth more than one Million-dollars.

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Jury Deadlocks In Candidate Dope Case

Posted: 02/27/2006 - A deadlocked Churchill County jury has ended the prosecution of a former candidate for the state Senate on charges he sold less than an ounce of marijuana to a police informant.

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Storm Emergency Declared

Updated: 02/27/2006 - The city of Sparks has declared an emergency and much of western Nevada and the Sierra are under a flood warning as back-to-back storms are making their way into the region with heavy rains, strong winds and snow to follow.

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Flood Preparations Continue

Updated: 03/01/2006 - You can still get sandbags anytime of the day at one of three sandbag stations that are being manned 24-hours a day until further notice, and then all of the stations throughout the area are up and running again all day Monday.

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Emergency Information

Updated: 03/08/2006 - Local officials warn residents not to call 911 during the flood for information, unless it's an emergency.

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Sandbag Retrun Locations

Updated: 03/08/2006 - Now that the flood threat is over, you can return your sandbags to the following locations.

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Flood Preparations

Updated: 02/26/2006 - The city of Sparks isn't taking the forecast for rain lightly, in fact, they're doing everything possible to avoid what many called a "disaster" during the New Year's Day Flood.

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New Flood Worries

Updated: 02/25/2006 - Heavy rains and warm weather hitting a healthy snowpack could be the perfect recipe for another flood which could be hitting us in just a few days. Several businesses in Sparks are using this weekend to get prepared.

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Hiler Killer Parole Turned Down

Posted: 02/24/2006 - Convicted murderer Michael Anselmo has been urned down in his first bid for a parole after serving more than 30 years in prison for killing co-worker Trudy Ann Hiler at a Lake Tahoe casino.

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Washoe Leads In Flu Cases

Posted: 02/24/2006 - The number of confirmed cases of the flu is up statewide, with Washoe County leading the way.

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Child Starvation Hearing Opens

Updated: 02/25/2006 - A psychologist has testified at a hearing for three adults accused of starving two children and locking them up for years that the victims faced --quote-- "an extreme level of deprivation."

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Starved Children Released from Hospital

Posted: 02/23/2006 - Two Carson City children, allegedly locked in a bathroom for five years, have been released from the hospital. And, tomorrow...prosecutors will try and prove their mother, stepfather, and grandfather were responsible.

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Making Music

Updated: 02/28/2006 - The director of the Reno High School orchestra says she couldn't narrow it down to just one student. In this segment of, "Kids You Should Know," it's a trio whose music is worth hearing.

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We're # 3

Posted: 02/23/2006 - Reno could be losing its rank as the third most populous city in the state.

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Butler Ranch Project Stopped

Updated: 02/23/2006 - It was approved by the Reno City Council despite major concerns over flooding...but tonight the hotly contested Butler Ranch project took a major blow...as the Truckee Meadows Regional Planning Commission said "no" to changing the master plan...

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Vegas Victim From Reno

Updated: 02/28/2006 - New reports say Las Vegas police believe the victim and shooter knew each other, but still don't know why they were in the hotel room. The victim, 43-year old Phil McElreath, worked for the city of Reno public works department as a maintenance worker for the last several years. Those we spoke with on camera and off, say he was well-liked.

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The Reno YMCA is on the Move

Updated: 02/23/2006 - It's official. The YMCA will be closing its doors on Foster Drive in Old Southwest Reno and relocating to downtown. But the move has some members very upset.

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Vitamin D and Calcium Supplements Studied

Posted: 02/22/2006 - Local women participate in national study which examined vitamin D and calcium and its effects on hip fracture and colon cancer. Reserachers say benefit for some with a decrease in hip fracture but no impact on colon cancer.

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