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Summer Season

Updated: 06/25/2005 - Nevada is one of the top ten most expensive places to vacation in the country, but those in the tourism industry work hard to promote conventions, tournaments, and other special events to prevent a summer that keeps the rooms booked.

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Getting In The Fire

Updated: 06/24/2005 - Each year officials hope lessons from the year before will help them improve and refine their firefighting techniques. Fire fighters say it's all about timing and communication. The less time it takes to get a crew into the heart of a fire, the more likely they can get the job done well.

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Volleyball Tournament

Updated: 06/24/2005 - The Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitor's Authority (RSCVA) and the Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RTIA) are welcoming the start of the 2005 Volleyball Festival with a volleyball skills demonstration by a Nevada team that's one of the top teams on the west coast.

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Neighborhood Brawl

Updated: 06/24/2005 - One person is dead and six others are behind bars following a pre-dawn melee in a Gardnerville neighborhood.

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Woman In Command

Updated: 06/24/2005 - The Reno Police Department has promoted a new commander, making her the highest ranking woman in the history of the department.

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Virginia Mosconi Rembered

Updated: 06/23/2005 - The Washoe County grand jury has indicted a man...in connection with the death of an elderly Verdi woman four years ago. Twenty-five year old Kiven Johnson was indicted for murder yesterday...for killing 80-year old Virginia Mosconi at her home on June 9th of 2001. Johnson is currently serving time in California on unrelated charges.

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Wildfire Threat

Updated: 06/23/2005 - In recent years, Nevada has sent firefighters to help fight blazes in neighboring states...But this early, active start to our own fire season has authorities predicting that our resources may be stretched very thin this summer.

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Eminent Domain Ruling

Updated: 06/23/2005 - Cities may bulldoze people's homes to make way for shopping malls or other private development, a divided Supreme Court ruled Thursday, giving local governments broad power to seize private property to generate tax revenue.

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Body Armor Recall

Updated: 06/22/2005 - Many police officers across the country - including right here in Reno - are uneasy because they're wearing bullet-proof vests that have been recalled, and are now considered unsafe.

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Neighborhood Casinos

Updated: 06/22/2005 - Reno is considering changes to it's master plan....changes that could restrict the spread of neighborhood casinos in the future.

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Mega Millions

Updated: 06/22/2005 - Starting this morning, people in California began lining up to buy a new kind of lottery tickets. Our neighboring state is now the twelfth one to offer the Mega Millions Lottery Game.

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Children's Museum in Old City Hall Building

Updated: 06/22/2005 - The Reno City Council approved the sale of the old City Hall Wednesday to Panattoni Development Company, who plans to help turn the building into a discovery museum. The sale of the building, which is located at 490 S. Center Street, will bring the City $1.85 million.

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Fire Fighting Dangers

Updated: 06/22/2005 - As dangerous as the flames can be, fire fighters also face many unseen dangers. For these crews, each step counts.

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Badger Fire Latest

Updated: 06/22/2005 - Cooler temperatures and calmer winds overnight helped firefighters make progress on a wild fire that has burned 750 acres of brush, grass, pinion and juniper southeast of Carson City.

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Merchant Mess

Posted: 06/21/2005 - The security breach last week, of forty-million card holders at Mastercard...has local merchants on high alert.

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Pot Pops

Updated: 06/21/2005 - A controversy is brewing over lollypops that are flavored with hemp oil from the marijuana plant. Anti-drug advocates are concerned about the temptation this candy might stir up in young people.

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Fueling The Wildfire

Updated: 06/20/2005 - Area firefighters are bracing for a busy fire season. Ironically...a major reason is our wet winter and spring. Reporting from Northwest Reno

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Brothel Name Fight

Updated: 06/20/2005 - The question of who can use the Mustang Ranch brothel name...once again came before Storey County commissioners today. As we first told you back in January, owners David and Ingrid Burgess, have the rights to the world famous trademark...for now...but the issue will ultimately have to be decided in federal court.

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Anybody Out There?

Updated: 06/19/2005 - At the Reno Kids Day Saturday, local ham radio operators were asking the kids to put down the television remote and pick up a radio.

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Public Safety Recruitment

Updated: 06/17/2005 - The Nevada Department of Public Safety is looking to hire. Recruiters are in San Diego on a cross-state blitz.

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Suspicious Fire

Updated: 06/17/2005 - Investigators are still trying to determine who started a fire that burned about 75 acres in the foothills south of Virginia City. It broke out at around 2 p.m. Thursday on State Route 341 near the Lyon and Storey County line. News Channel 8's Koula Gianulias joins us with an update on the investigation.

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Celebration of Life

Updated: 06/17/2005 - Volunteers with the Reno Police Department Senior Volunteer Program lost one of their own almost a month ago, and they are now helping his wife pay her bills. They all agree, this is a way to celebrate Jerry Hadley's life... a life they say he lived to make others smile.

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Wilfire Burns 100 Acres

Updated: 06/16/2005 - A brush fire is burning in the foothills south of Virginia City. An estimated 100 firefighters are battling the blaze that broke out about two o'clock this afternoon along State Highway 341 near the Lyon and Storey county line.

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Casino Battle

Updated: 06/15/2005 - Nearly 200 Sparks residents, most of them from Spanish Springs, held a meeting Wednesday night to fight a casino proposed for their neighborhood. Lobbyist and entrepreneur Harvey Whittemore wants to build the gaming and entertainment facility on Pyramid Highway in Spanish Springs.

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Internet Sex Stings

Updated: 06/15/2005 - Recent court rulings say it's unconstitutional for a cops to pose as a child, in order to lure an internet predator. But, Washoe County Sheriff's investigators say it's not keeping them from seeking and arresting suspected predators.

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