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Planned Parenthood Privacy

Updated: 06/01/2005 - Planned Parenthood of Indiana is facing a medical records battle with that state's Attorney General's office. The local Planned Parenthood says if a patient chooses to use their services, they also expect a right of privacy.

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Chugging Along

Updated: 06/01/2005 - The downtown train trench is beginning to take shape. Work crews are pouring up to 1300 cubic yards of concrete a day. Some sections of the trench are already near completion.

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Angle For Congress

Updated: 06/01/2005 - Assemblywoman Sharron Angle has registered as a possible candidate for Congress.

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Open Space To Explore

Updated: 06/01/2005 - Outdoor enthusiasts in Northern Nevada could soon have fifty-five thousand more acres to explore. Plans are in the works to give the *public access to the U-S Forest Service land, just west of Reno.

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The Clock is Ticking

Updated: 06/01/2005 - (Wednesday PM) It took closed door negociations last night, and compromises, but today it seems the Nevada Legislature is moving to complete its business... by the 120 day constitutional limit. That's five day days eight hours minus a few minutes. Ask some members of the legislative staff anytime and they can probably give you an accuate countdown. That's how much time they have to write print, and process what the lawmakers do in the next couple of days, and even with a budget agreement there's a lot left to do.

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Straight Edge

Updated: 06/08/2005 - They're white, upper class kids who most people would never associate with a gang. But the Regional Gang Unit is now keeping a close eye on a group of teens who claim the "straight edge" lifestyle, and are apparently taking it to the extreme.

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Hammering Out the Budget

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 05/31/2005 - With less than week to go. There's a lot of work ahead for the lawmakers. Bills that have made it this far, have been through both houses, amended along the way.

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Truck Driver Shortage

Updated: 05/31/2005 - If you spend a lot of time driving on I-80 or even in Sparks....you may find this hard to believe... But the American Trucking Association says there is a shortage of truck drivers. The Association says the United States faces a shortfall of nearly twenty-thousand long-haul... truck drivers.

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Using Sonar Detection

Updated: 05/31/2005 - Still, no luck in finding two possible victims, who drowned in Lake Lahontan over the Memorial Day weekend. Search boats were out again at first light this morning...trying to find the bodies of the missing swimmers.

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DMV Rebate Fight

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 05/30/2005 - Governor Guinn says he has received a letter from the I-R-S that favors his proposal to give $300 million in surplus state funds to Nevadans through vehicle registration fee rebates.

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Boating Accident

Updated: 05/28/2005 - The summer season is starting and everyone is ready to hit the water... ready or not.

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Stop and Go

Updated: 05/28/2005 - Memorial Day weekend is in full swing and the Reno Police Department is making sure everyone is celebrating safely. Find out where the next DUI and seat belt check-point will be set up.

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The Drive Home

Updated: 05/29/2005 - If you're one of the nearly two hundred and fifty thousand Nevadans who travelled this holiday weekend, you're more than likely going to start heading for home Monday morning.

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Battling Mormon Crickets

Mormon Crickets

Updated: 05/27/2005 - Here and there across northern Nevada, some rural residents will have an unwelcome guest this holiday weekend. In fact, they will have them by the thousands. Mormon crickets are on the march again.

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Hunting West Nile

Updated: 05/30/2005 - 17-thousand catch basins here in the Truckee Meadows are the focus of county health officials. That's because they can be breeding grounds for mosquitoes which carry the West Nile Virus. The program is part of two-hundred-60-thousand dollars in emergency funding from the county to fight west nile virus. That has translated to in part two intern positions. It is their responsbility to go after mosquito larve in catch basins this summer.

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Hit the Lake

Updated: 05/27/2005 - Warm weather and the holiday weekend are already drawing people out to Lake Tahoe. Find out how you can hit the water and stay safe at the same time.

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Power Plant Raises Concerns

Updated: 05/27/2005 - Sempra Energy of San Diego wants to build a coal-fired power plant near Gerlach in the Smoke Creek Desert. Many of the people who showed up at a public meeting tonight raised concerns about the plant. Some even complained about the meeting itself.

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Don't Feed The Birds

Updated: 05/26/2005 - Nevada's Department of Wildlife is asking local residents to stop feeding wild birds. That means removing feeders and bird baths from the backyard. Its all because of an infectious disease that's quite contagious and fatal to certain species of birds.

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Adopting Amendments

Updated: 05/26/2005 - Assembly bill 51 has been in the works for the last two legislative sessions to extend the rights for parents who give their child up for adoption. But, an amendment added in the Senate could now threaten that bill.

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Sewer Bill Increase

Updated: 05/26/2005 - Reno residents will see big jumps in their sewer bills under a proposal endorsed by the City Council.

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Rafting Safety

Updated: 05/26/2005 - Over the memorial day weekend, the Truckee river is expected to be mobbed with rafters.

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Prescription Drugs and Teens

Updated: 05/25/2005 - Police are urging parents to keep tabs on their kids as more and more teenagers abuse prescription drugs. This dangerous trend has led to the arrest of three Carson City teens for selling OxyContin and generic Vicodin. Another Carson High student remains in the hospital on life support from a prescription drug overdose two weeks ago.

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Teen Burglary Spree

Updated: 05/25/2005 - With summer approaching, crime is on the rise .and two Reno neighborhoods are seeing a rash of burglaries. Police believe the kid next door could be the culprit.

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Missing Jet Engines

Updated: 05/26/2005 - Two dozen jet engines apparently missing from a Reno storage yard. Reno Police aren't sure what to make of the case....when the engines disappeared, where they went or even what they're worth.

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Teen Shooting

Updated: 05/25/2005 - Two teens involved in a possible gang shooting this morning are now in police custody.

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