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Is it cheating?

Updated: 04/12/2006 - Local educators are blaming the internet when it comes to an increase of plagiarism in our schools. But, the older you get, the more serious the consequence. That's why one University is trying to stop the habit.

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Concern Over National Insurance Bill

Updated: 04/07/2006 - Nevada's insurance commissioner leary of The Health Insurance Market Place Modernization and Affordability Act or HIMMA.

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Tahoe Level At 5-Year High

Lake Tahoe

Posted: 04/07/2006 - The nonstop snow storms of March weren't just good news for Sierra ski areas. They were great news for Lake Tahoe.

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The Food Must Go On!

Posted: 04/06/2006 - The members of Carson High School's state championship culinary arts team says the show will go on despite the arrest of one of its integral members.

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Rural Nevada Promotion Tips

Posted: 04/06/2006 - A tourism expert says local politics, vague promotions and just plain bad concepts will kill tourism, but good planning and bright ideas will leave rural Nevada towns --quote-- "laughing all the way to the bank."

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Four Indicted In Wild Horse Corral Arson

Posted: 04/06/2006 - Four people were indicted on federal arson charges in Reno Thursday in the 2001 firebombing of a federal corral near Susanville, Calif., that housed wild horses and burros rounded up from public rangeland.

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A Step Ahead

Updated: 04/12/2006 - We went to the high school that operates at Truckee Meadows Community College to meet several students who qualify for Kids You Should Know. But, we had to pick just one. He may not be the star or the genius, but as others told us, he is a quiet leader who is a perfect example of all of the students in this program.

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Kick Butts

Updated: 04/12/2006 - The kids wrote down names of people they knew who died from lung cancer and other tobacco-related illnesses. These students at Pau Wa Lu middle school say they are going to be responsible to ensure their peers aren't on the list in years to come.

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Cops & Montreux Residents Meet

Updated: 04/05/2006 - Members of an exclusive community south of Reno met with investigators this afternoon, after a double murder rocked the area last week.

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Douglas Sheriff Wants Sales Tax Hike

Posted: 04/05/2006 - People in Douglas County may be paying more at the cash register so they can have more deputies on the streets.

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Local Guard Unit To Deploy

Updated: 04/05/2006 - A transportation unit of the Nevada Army National Guard is being mobilized for deployment to Southwest Asia this summer.

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Cops Get Info On Downtown Hotel Guests

Updated: 04/05/2006 - People who check into a handful of motels in downtown Reno are giving out more than their names and credit card information.

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Evelyn Mount's Extreme Home Makeover

Updated: 04/05/2006 - A local woman who's given so much over the years to help total strangers is getting some help herself, transforming her East Reno house into a "dream home." When the ABC show "Extreme Home Makeover" didn't choose Evelyn Mount as a candidate, some local volunteers decided to step up and do the job themselves.

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Investigate Complaint Against Reno Officer

Updated: 04/04/2006 - A 39-year-old veteran Reno police sergeant is on paid leave while Sparks police investigate a 17-year-old girl's allegation of sexual misconduct in his patrol car.

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Cancer Prevention Plan Unveiled

Posted: 04/04/2006 - Governor Kenny Guinn and a group of state health care officials professionals have unveiled a plan to prevent cancer in the state.

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Ford To Pony Up For Wild Horses

Posted: 04/04/2006 - Ford Motor Company has another mustang on its mind. The auto maker says it will pony up 200-thousand dollars to spur the adoption of older wild horses held in captivity.

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Spring Snow Keeps Falling

Updated: 04/04/2006 - April normally brings the final measurement of the Sierra snowpack. But this year is not normal.

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Trial Set In Child Starvation Case

Updated: 04/04/2006 - A judge on Tuesday scheduled a trial starting Sept. 19 for the grandmother of two children, their mother and the mother's boyfriend on felony charges of abusing the children for years by locking them up and starving them.

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Guinn Recovering From Surgery

Posted: 04/04/2006 - Nevada Governor Kenny Guinn is resting comfortably after undergoing hip replacement surgery today at a hospital in Las Vegas.

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Hunter Attacked By Mountain Lion

Posted: 04/04/2006 - A Smith Valley man shot and killed a 125-pound mountain lion that charged him and his son while hunting turkeys at the Mason Valley Wildlife Refuge.

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Nevada Ranks High In Undocumented Workers

Updated: 04/03/2006 - Nevada ranks second in the country for the number of undocumented workers here. Some say employers make take some of the blame. Workers too can forge documents to gain employment

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Lost Skier Survives

Posted: 04/02/2006 - Bear Valley skier survives night lost in snow

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Sierra Turbulence Study

Updated: 04/03/2006 - Scientists try to make flights over Sierra safer for pilots

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New Poll On Immigration

Posted: 04/02/2006 - New poll finds many open to letting illegal immigrants seek legal status

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