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Hilton Construction Plans

Updated: 05/18/2005 - Developers say it will take seven years to turn the Reno Hilton into one of the west's premiere resorts.

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Fighting West Nile

Updated: 05/18/2005 - Last year Nevada had several reported cases of West Nile Virus... A disease spread mainly by mosquitoes. A heavy winter and wet spring has officials in Churchill County worried they'll see more of the disease this year. One of the keys to fighting West Nile is detecting where birds have come down with the disease...and then trying to eradicate or at least control the mosquito population in the area.

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Hispanic Academy

Updated: 05/17/2005 - The Hispanic Community is growing here in Northern Nevada, up to 30% of the population by some estimates. That's why the Washoe County Sheriff's Office put together a special program catering to this segment of the community.

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River Safety Tips

Updated: 05/18/2005 - Rising waters mean more danger for those who love to get out on the Truckee River. This winter's heavy snowfall has created an exceptionally high, fast moving river. That's great news for kayakers, but it also poses a more serious threat for anyone else who wants to get in.

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"I Hear Voices" -- SPECIAL SERIES

Ghost Stories

Updated: 05/18/2005 - It s called "Electronic Voice Phenomenon" or EVP and some claim it is a way to communicate with the dead. Could this phenomenon possibly be real? Or, is it just a trick of the mind?... based on the hope or belief that we and our loved ones survive death?

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Private Airport Screeners

Updated: 05/09/2005 - A Nevada airport wants to change back to private security screeners...and more airports across the nation, may soon be making the switch.

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Distracted Driver Law

Updated: 05/09/2005 - Nevada is now the 19th state with a misdemeanor penalty for traffic accidents. Governor Guinn signed a new bill into law today that serves harsher penalties to distracted drivers convicted of killing another person in a car accident.

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Thanks Mom!

Updated: 05/08/2005 - Mother's Day is the second-largest holiday for gift giving of the year. That's why some local mom's decided to look past cards and flowers and to learn more about why we celebrate Mother's day.

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Free Wheelin

Updated: 05/07/2005 - If you love to ride a bike, especially in weather like today, you can understand people's frustration if they can't ride.

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Firefighting Sheep

Updated: 05/07/2005 - The Division of Forestry says the hills are more green than the last couple of years. But, the lush landscape is also responsible for providing a vast supply of fire fuel. That's why 800 sheep hit a south Reno hillside this morning to graze on those very fuels for the next two months.

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No More Beer?

Updated: 05/06/2005 - Beer might be losing it's status among young drinkers. Find out why their drink of choice could be anything but their father's favorite suds.

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Downtown Reno Redevelopment

Updated: 05/06/2005 - Two downtown Reno Redevelopment projects are moving full stream ahead...a luxury condiminium project along the river...and new money from the federal government to build a downtown homeless shelter.

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National ID Card?

Updated: 05/06/2005 - The House has passed a bill creating new, stiff driver's license requirements for all 50 states. The senate is expected to pass the bill next week. Concern from civil libertarians, concern from state governments, but this change appears inevitable.

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Bomb Scare Evacuates Truckee

Updated: 05/06/2005 - A bomb scare that shut down central Truckee for close to four hours is finally over. Luckily, a suspicious bag found at the train station turned out to be nothing more than a suitcase full of clothes. Hundreds of people were evacuated from the area because of the threat.

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Wildcreek Sale?

Updated: 05/06/2005 - Developers want to turn the Wildcreek golf course in Sparks into residential housing.

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A Dangerous Legacy

Updated: 05/06/2005 - Navy divers are removing a potentially dangerous legacy of World War II .rockets and other ammunition left in the lake 60 years ago.

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Teen Moms

Updated: 05/05/2005 - The likelihood of a teenager graduating high school decreases considerably after they have a baby. In Nevada, only 50-percent of those students graduate compared to 86-percent of those in the Teen Success program with Planned Parenthood.

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Tasers - Safe or Deadly?

Updated: 05/05/2005 - Are taser guns really an alternative to lethal force? Reno Police say absolutely, but there are some who worry that tasers are also taking lives.

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Rebate Debate

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 05/05/2005 - Governor Guinn says the legislature has enough money to fund his budget with millions left over for other programs. He says it's up to the lawmakers to decide what to do with some of the surplus, but he's insisting some of it go back to the public.

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Policing the Sprawl

Updated: 05/04/2005 - The police department and local neighborhood advisory boards have been pleading for more officers and substations located across the city. However, the initial city budget does not include any funding for more police officers.

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Harry Reid on Homeland Security

Updated: 05/04/2005 - Over the past two days, we've looked at how your homeland security dollars are being spent, and if they're being distributed fairly. One of the Senate's most powerful leaders...is now sounding off about how much money Nevada is getting to fight terrorism.

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Marked Mosquitos

Updated: 05/04/2005 - As soon as the temperatures rises here in Northern Nevada you can bet mosquito season won't be far behind. For the first time the government says consumers can feel comfortable using more than one kind of mosquito repellant.

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New Quarter Vote

Updated: 05/05/2005 - The final options for the new Nevada state quarter were revealed today in Carson City. A two year process and five hundred design entries have culminated in five designs that await your vote.

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Sparks Soldier To Come Home For Burial

Updated: 05/04/2005 - Sparks soldier 31-year old Army Sergeant Eric Wayne Morris died in an attack last Thursday. He once attended high school in Sparks, and listed that city as his hometown.

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