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Yerington Judge Extorted After Sex With CLient

Posted: 09/29/2006 - A rural Nevada judge was extorted for money after having sex in his Reno hotel room with a known drug user and former legal client, a Fallon newspaper reported Friday.

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Your Neigborhood:

Updated: 10/13/2006 - In April News Channel 8 launched a series called Your Neighborhood. The goal is to showcase an area of town to tell its rich history, highlight the things and people that makes the neighborhood unique, and to give insight to what the future holds. Join Ed Pearce and Kara Tsuboi as they explore Your Neighborhood.

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Tahoe Rape Arrest

Posted: 09/28/2006 - Two Lake Tahoe men were arrested Thursday on charges of raping a 7-year-old girl, authorities said. The Placer County sheriff's office said the assault occurred three years ago but wasn't reported until August when the victim, now 10, underwent a medical examine and a nurse contacted authorities.

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Jimmy Carter Speaks in Fallon

Posted: 09/27/2006 - Former President Jimmy Carter joined his son, Jack, at a campaign stop in Fallon Wednesday afternoon. Jimmy and Jack Carter discussed national security.

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Arraignment Postponed in Quick Murder

Updated: 09/27/2006 - A Sparks judge has postponed arraignment for the man accused of raping a killing a Spanish Springs High School girl because prosecutors had not yet filed a formal complaint.

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Gibbons not Talking with Guinn

Updated: 09/27/2006 - Outgoing Republican Governor Guinn says he's met with the Democratic nominee for his job to discuss Nevada's next budget but the GOP nominee, Congressman Jim Gibbons, hasn't shown up for what Guinn considers a critical spending-plan discussion.

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Washoe Co. School Enrollment Up

Updated: 09/29/2006 - The Washoe Co. School District reports, compared to last year, enrollment is up by 654 students. However, the district says it receives about $4,600 in state money per pupil; it plans to hire more teachers.

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Copper Theft Reward

Posted: 09/26/2006 - Secret Witness is offering a $1,500 reward for information about who's responsible for damaging power poles and stealing copper wire from electric transmission lines west of Reno.

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Wild Horse Round-up

Posted: 09/26/2006 - The Bureau of Land Management has rounded up more than 500 wild horses from northeastern Nevada rangeland devastated by wildfires, the agency said Tuesday.

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Building Projects

Posted: 09/26/2006 - A Nevada panel has finalized its list of recommended construction projects for the next two years - with a pricetag of nearly $718 million in state funds.

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Wiccan Soldier Honored

Updated: 09/26/2006 - More than two dozen family members and friends gathered for an interfaith ceremony on Monday night - Christian and Wiccan - to recognize the anniversary of the loss of Stewart and four other soldiers.

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New Security Guidelines at Airports

Posted: 09/25/2006 - The Transportation Security Administration will allow airline passengers to carry travel-size toiletry items on planes starting Tuesday, September 26, 2006. However, the items must fit in a quart-size, zip-seal bag.

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BLM Land Sale

Posted: 09/25/2006 - About four-thousand acres of public land in northeastern Nevada is on the auction block. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management will sell 11 parcels, ranging in size from 40 acres to 663 acres, to the highest bidder during an auction Tuesday.

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Arrest In Quick Murder Case

Updated: 09/26/2006 - A suspect in the killing and sexual assault of a 16-year-old Sparks girl is also accused of raping a University of Nevada, Reno student about two weeks earlier. Twenty-eight year old Tamir Hamilton was arrested Saturday and booked on suspicion of raping and killing Holly Quick, a Spanish Springs High School student who was found dead in her family's apartment September 15th.

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Quick Family Donations

Posted: 09/22/2006 - The community is reaching out to the family of Holly Quick, by demonstrating their concern and generosity through donating their spare change into plastic jars located at each Winner's Corner Convenience Store location.

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Biker Bash Cash

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Its day three of Street Vibrations, and local hotels and casinos are cashing in on visiting bikers.

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New Information on Holly Quick Investigation

Updated: 09/22/2006 - News Channel 8 has learned neighbors at the Marina Village apartments have been DNA tested by police. Additonally, friends of Holly Quick tell us that her Mom drove her home after the Spanish Springs football game. Sparks police are unable to confirm or deny these reports.

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First West Nile Virus Death In State

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Nevada's first death associated with West Nile Virus, an Elko County resident who wasn't named, has been reported by the state Health Division.

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IRS Agreement to Benefit Tip-Earners

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Thousands of Nevada casino workers will be affected by the IRS's decision on Thursday to cease auditing, and refund money regarding tip-income reporting.

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Motorcycle Fatality

Updated: 09/22/2006 - A California biker headed for this weekend's Street Vibrations in Reno was killed when his bike was hit by a pickup and an 18-wheeler on Interstate 80.

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Martis Valley Moves Forward

Updated: 09/21/2006 - For the first time in nearly three years, there are no pending lawsuits over development in the Martis Valley sandwiched between Truckee and Lake Tahoe.

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