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Freshman Freedom

Updated: 08/29/2005 - For many young adults, college is the first chance for them to have absolute freedom from their families.

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The Planes Stay

Updated: 08/27/2005 - The planes are staying... and, with Friday's announcement to keep the C-130 planes at Reno's Air National Guard base came a sigh of relief for many guardsmen.

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Friday Night Sports Caravan 8/26

Updated: 09/01/2006 - Welcome to the kick-off edition of NewsChannel 8's FRIDAY NIGHT SPORTS CARAVAN -- a full half hour of high school football action.

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BRAC Vote Keeps Air Guard Planes in Reno

Updated: 08/26/2005 - The military base closing commission voted Late Friday to keep Reno's Air National Guard wing in place, overturning a Pentagon plan to yank the planes and send them to Arkansas.

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University of Nevada Morale Low

Updated: 08/29/2005 - A recent survey shows only a small percentage of faculty and staff is happy working at the University of Nevada-Reno.

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Sparks Baby Eats Meth

Updated: 08/25/2005 - A ten-month old Sparks boy is in intensive care, and his mother is behind bars tonight, after the toddler reportedly ate methamphetamine.

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Northwest Reno Burglar Caught

Updated: 08/25/2005 - Reno Police believe they've solved a string of burglaries with one arrest. It stemmed from a domestic violence call.

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Harding Fire 35 % Contained

Updated: 08/26/2005 - Firefighters were holding ground early Friday against a 2,000-acre forest fire burning northwest of Lake Tahoe.

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Controlling West Nile Through Mosquito Urine

Updated: 08/24/2005 - The West Nile Virus is a mosquito bourne disease has made it's way across the country...including here in Nevada. Another more dangerous disease, Malaria is transmitted the same way. University of Nevada Researchers are looking at a unique way of controlling mosquito populations in hopes of warding off disease.

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Separation Anxiety

Updated: 08/24/2005 - It's move-in day at the University of Nevada...and the campus is full of eager freshman and some worried parents. It's the first time for most of the 25-hundred freshman to be away from home for an extended period of time. But, the reality of independence sometimes hits mom and dad harder when it's time to say good-bye.

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Hawthorne Depot Remains Open

Updated: 08/25/2005 - The commission determining military base closures nationwide voted Wednesday to keep open the Hawthorne Army Depot 130 miles southeast of Reno.

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Reno Marine Killed

Updated: 08/24/2005 - The mother of a fallen Marine who was born and raised in Reno is speaking out.

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Senator Reid Update

Updated: 08/24/2005 - Nevada Senator Harry Reid has recovered enough to make his first public appearance since suffering a brief medical condition last Friday.

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Web of Support

Updated: 08/23/2005 - The United States military has roughly 138-thousand troops deployed in Iraq. We bring you an update on the Carson City woman who is working to make sure some of those soldiers' lives are a little sweeter.

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Downtown Parking

Reno, Nevada

Updated: 08/24/2005 - The Eldorado began demolition of a couple of neighbors, tearing down two motels to make room for a parking lot. But as the downtown changes and new projects come on line, there's concern more parking will be needed.

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Wounded Officer Recovering

Updated: 08/23/2005 - The police officer and a suspect who were wounded in a shootout early Sunday in downtown Reno were continuing to recover at a Reno hospital with Officer Al Del Vecchio speaking and writing.

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Patriot Act Opposed

City of Sparks, Nevada

Updated: 08/23/2005 - Sparks becomes the second city in Nevada to pass a resolution against the massive federal law passed shortly after 9/11.

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Trucker Rules

Updated: 08/23/2005 - The agency that regulates safety in the nation's trucking industry has revised its rules. But the Teamsters union and the consumer group Public Citizen both say the changes will make highways more hazardous.

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Woman Missing For Two Weeks Now

Updated: 08/22/2005 - It's been 2 weeks now since a Hawthorne woman disappeared on a day trip through the High Sierra. Searchers have found no sign of 64 year old Nita Mayo since her car was found at a scenic stop on Highway 108 in Tuolumne County, but her family refuses to give up hope.

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Celebrate Good Times

Updated: 08/21/2005 - Reno's ninth annual Gay Pride Celebration is in full swing this weekend. Those who organize each year's celebration say this year is drawing even more visitors than ever before.

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Teaching Our Kids

Updated: 08/23/2005 - As the summer comes to a close, many students prepare to leave home for the first time.

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Teaching Our Kids

Updated: 08/23/2005 - Adolescence has never been easy, and many of us have been at our most awkward during the seventh and eighth grades.

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Searching For A Rapist

Updated: 08/19/2005 - Reno Police are looking for a man who raped a 26-year-old woman in Northeast Reno last night. The victim was assaulted as she was walking home shortly after midnight near Sutro and Wedekind Road. The attacker, described as an hispanic man 25 to 30 years old, dragged her from the sidewalk into a dirt lot. She was able to bite him on the cheek during their struggle.

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Senator Harry Reid Suffers An Attack

Senator Harry Reid

Updated: 08/19/2005 - Nevada Senator and Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has been told to rest, following what doctors are calling a temporary loss of blood to the brain, similar to a stroke.

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