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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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Alleged Sexual Misconduct

Updated: 02/28/2006 - A high-ranking Reno Fire Chief is facing charges of sexual misconduct, following a party involving several minors.

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Suspicious Death

Updated: 02/28/2006 - Detectives are asking for your help in the investigation regarding a suspicious death at a South Reno apartment complex...

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Woman Dies In House Fire

Updated: 02/22/2006 - A Reno woman is dead after being trapped in the burning kitchen of her northeast Reno home.

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Other Side of the Mountain

Updated: 02/21/2006 - While the winter games in Torino, have been tough on our U.S. Olympians so far, it's the American women who may ultimately emerge as shining stars. But 50-years ago, such an athlete would be a rare find. Which is why when one woman came speeding down a mountain on a pair of wooden skies, she would capture America's attention until tragedy struck

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Nevada Tribe To Press U.N. Claims

Updated: 02/21/2006 - An American Indian tribe will return to Geneva this month to renew their claims before a United Nations committee that the U.S. government unconstitutionally stole its ancestral land.

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Gammick Lawsuit Stays Alive

Updated: 02/23/2006 - The U.S. Supreme Court refused Tuesday to block a trial of a lawsuit filed by a former sheriff's detective who accused Washoe County District Attorney Dick Gammick of retaliation.

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UNR Animal Rights Protest Set

Posted: 02/21/2006 - A group of animal rights advocates plans a demonstration Saturday at the University of Nevada, Reno to protest the drowning deaths of 346 sheep during the New Year's Eve flood.

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