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Sports Betting

Updated: 03/17/2005 - The local race and sports books were packed today with NOT only Nevada fans...but anyone who had action on the games.

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Pack Wins The First One

Updated: 03/17/2005 - Nevada Defeats the University of Texas 61-57. The Game came down to to the final seconds.

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Robbery Suspect Shot To Death

Updated: 03/16/2005 - A robbery at an Indian smoke shop in Reno turned deadly Wednesday when a tribal police officer apparently shot and killed the suspect.

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Charges Swirl Around Yucca Mtn. Project

Updated: 03/16/2005 - Foes of a national nuclear waste dump in Nevada say the project has been crippled by today's revelations that key scientific documents might have been falsified. And lawyers for the state are pouncing on the disclosures as key evidence in the battle over Yucca Mountain.

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Reno's New Neighbor

Updated: 03/16/2005 - Yesterday, the sporting goods outfitter, Cabela's, announced it would be building a super-store in Northwest Reno, next to Boomtown. Though it will be in a newly annexed part of Reno, the giant store will drastically change the Verdi area.

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Wolf Pack Travel

Updated: 03/16/2005 - Time is running out for Wolfpack fans to make it to the big game in Indianapolis.

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Storey Sheriff To Switch Jobs

Updated: 03/16/2005 - Storey County Sheriff Pat Whitten is hanging up his badge next week for a new county job. County commissioners have appointed the 51-year-old Whitten to the newly created position of administration and budget director.

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Outdoor Retail Giant to Build Locally

Updated: 03/16/2005 - Cabela's, the outdoor gear retail giant, has signed a deal to build a new outlet store outside Reno, city officials said. The Nebraska-based company will purchase 38 acres near Boomtown Hotel Casino on Interstate 80 near the Nevada-California line.

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Dr. Felon?

Updated: 03/15/2005 - How well do you know your family physician, your veterinarian, even your accountant? Would you know if they were a convicted felon? State licensing boards here in Nevada are suppose to protect citizens from dangerous or incompetent professionals, but in 2003 Assembly Bill 55 changed the playing field.

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Giveaway Scam

Updated: 03/15/2005 - We've all received those mass mailers They say you've won a million dollars...but you have to send money back to receive your check. Did you know people are actually losing money...by responding to these giveaways.

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On-Line Law Degrees

Updated: 03/15/2005 - Have you ever wanted to earn a law degree, but were discouraged by the expense or inconvenience? Now, with the advent of *on-line law schools, the process has become simpler for some.

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Big Rigs Big Costs

Updated: 03/14/2005 - We've all felt a little pain at the gas pump lately, but imagine having to fill a tank which holds hundreds of gallons. That's what truckers face, with diesel prices topping two-thirty a gallon. With prices ranging beetween four and five hundred dollars to fill up their big rigs...some independent truckers and small operators are re-thinking how they do business.

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Full Day Kindergarten Proposal

Updated: 03/14/2005 - Kindergarten-aged kids in Nevada public schools may see a longer school day if state educators can get a proposal passed through the legislature.

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Wanted For Questioning

Updated: 03/14/2005 - Police are investigating two shootings Sunday in Reno. A Hispanic man is killed in an alleged drug dispute in Northeast Reno. Now they're looking for this man, 18 year old Michael Bernard Wadsworth.

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Nevada in the NCAA Tournament Afterall

Updated: 03/14/2005 - Nevada will get a chance to duplicate last year's run to the N-C-Double A Tournament's... Despite a first-round exit from the Western Athletic Conference tournament. 24th-ranked Nevada opens play against the Big 12's Texas on Thursday in Indianapolis.

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Deep Fried Diesel

Updated: 02/23/2005 - At one time or another most of us have enjoyed a piping hot order of fast food french fries. But did you ever imagine converting the oil used to cook those fries... into diesel fuel?

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Third Party Debt Collectors

Updated: 02/23/2005 - A Reno woman is being sued by a third party debt collector...for a debt she says she never owed.

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Reid Address

Senator Harry Reid

Updated: 02/23/2005 - It is customary for our Senators and congressmen to speak to the legislature early in the session. Much of what happens in Washington has a direct effect on what needs to happen in Carson City....and these addresses provide a heads up for Nevada lawmakers and it gives our national representatives a chance to influence their agenda.

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Graffiti on the Rise

Updated: 02/22/2005 - Graffiti has become a major problem here in the Truckee Meadows this winter.

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Carson City Water Rates

Updated: 02/22/2005 - If you live in Carson City....you'll most likely see your water rates go up by the end of the year. City officials say it's because of an increase in demand. The City Manager tells us the increased demand is simply from existing customers using more water. The region has been under drought conditions for the last few years, but that means people only use more water, especially for landscaping.

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Mormon Crickets

Mormon Crickets

Updated: 02/22/2005 - As that "gradual warming" continues, Mormon *crickets will start hatching, And if recent trends continue...we'll have a bumper crop. The Nevada Department of Agriculture is holding a meeting in Reno Tuesday tonight to discuss Mormon crickets and what the state is doing about them.

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Minimum Wage on the Rise?

Updated: 02/21/2005 - A new proposal in front of Nevada lawmakers calls for an increase in the minimum wage as soon as this Fall.

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Homeless Workers Get Community Help

Updated: 02/21/2005 - Help may be on the way for a group of construction workers stranded in Reno. You may recall they had worked without pay for weeks, then were suddenly fired. Since then they've been living hand-to-mouth, pooling their resources. Finally today, some good news.

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Avalanche Kills Reno Skiier

Avalanche Training

Updated: 02/21/2005 - A morning of backcountry skiing ended in tragedy this weekend when a group of skiers was caught in an avalanche. A Reno woman lost her life, swept away by the rush of snow. It happened about two miles out of bounds from the Sugarbowl Ski Resort.

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