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Bus System "Safe Place"

Updated: 02/16/2005 - If a child is in a crisis situation and needs help, they don't need to look any further for a "Safe Place" than the closest bus stop.

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The Claude Dallas Story - Three Parts

Updated: 02/17/2005 - A week ago a 54 year old man walked out of an Idaho prison a free man after serving more than 20 years for killing 2 game wardens near the Idaho-Nevada border in 1981.

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What Went Wrong

Updated: 02/14/2005 - Co-workers are mourning the loss of a man, police say shot his own son, and then killed himself. Today, Washoe County sheriff's deputies identified the man as 67-year-old Curtis Cryer. The son managed to escape serious injury...

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Family Tragedy: Father Shoots Son, Kills Self

Updated: 02/14/2005 - A son speaks out, after being shot by his own father last night in Washoe Valley. The shooting happened on the 22-hundred block of East Lake Boulevard. Residents from that part of Washoe Valley were evacuated and the road was closed for a couple of hours.

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Homeless Worker Probe Update

Updated: 02/11/2005 - Yesterday, we told you about the plight of a group of construction workers who said they went unpaid for six weeks or more, then were fired and now are stranded in Reno. Many of you saw our story, and wanted to help.

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Idaho Fugutive Captured Here

Updated: 02/11/2005 - A suspect wanted in the shooting of an Idaho police officer ihas been captured here in Reno. The arrest happened at a Wendy's restaurant near the corner of Oddie and Silverada in Northeast Reno.

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Textbook Bargains

Updated: 02/11/2005 - If you're a parent or student, you know college costs just keep going up. One of the key expenses is textbooks, with some costing more than one hundred dollars each. With some savvy shopping, it's possible to save up to 50 percent on those books, with some simple tips.

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Angry Workers

Updated: 02/10/2005 - First they say they didn't get paid...now they say they've been fired. Some local carpenters are very upset. They were building homes near the corner of Virginia Street and Talus Way when their troubles started.

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Earthquake Simulation

Updated: 02/11/2005 - University of Nevada, Reno engineers destroyed the largest bridge ever tested today.

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Friday Night Sports Caravan - Jan. 28

Updated: 02/04/2005 - Welcome to the January 28th edition of NewsChannel 8's Friday Night Sports Caravan. Sit back and enjoy your favorite high school basketball team in action.

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Band Returns

Updated: 01/23/2005 - The fog couldn't stop dozens of McQueen High School band members from returning to Reno today. They had been in Washington D.C., playing at the President's Inaugural Parade.

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Expensive Place to Live

Updated: 01/21/2005 - Apartment dwellers beware: rental rates in Reno went up by 4% in 2004...and according to some analysts, they're poised to increase even more in the coming years.

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Cable Rates Increase

Updated: 01/21/2005 - Cable customers in Northern Nevada will soon pay more to watch Television and that has many customers frustrated by the rate increase.

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Deadly Anniversary

Updated: 01/21/2005 - Nor will those who witnessed it, and the firemen, police and mergency personnel who responded. It was something no one ever expects to see and having seen it never forgets.

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Neighborhood Casino

Updated: 01/20/2005 - The Atlantis wants to put a casino in a residential neighborhood on South Virginia Street, near Foothill Road.

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Democrats Respond

Updated: 01/20/2005 - Northern Nevada Democrats say today was a mixed blessing because they're excited to celebrate the American democratic system, but they're still disappointed over the outcome of the election.

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Unfair Fight

Updated: 01/19/2005 - Police are looking for a woman who broke into a Reno home last night and beat and robbed an elderly man.

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NHP Wants You

Nevada State Flag

Updated: 01/19/2005 - The statewide vacancy rate for the Department of Public Safety is at an all-time high. It needs to fill nearly one hundred positions. D-P-S says other law enforcement agencies offer better pay and benefits, particularly in Southern Nevada. A media blitz is on to bring staffing levels back to normal.

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Recruiting Good Nurses

Updated: 01/19/2005 - You probably know, there's a nursing shortage natiowide and here in Nevada. That news tends to over shadow the good work many nurses do every day. The Northern Nevada Nurse of Achievement Awards. is a way to recognize those in the nursing profession. Its also designed to inspire others to enter nursing.

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Patriot Act Creates Unique Alliances

Updated: 01/18/2005 - (Tues pm) --Congress passed the Patriot Act in the wake of the 9-11 attacks. It was intended to give the government the tools needed to engage a new kind of enemy, but concern has been growing ever since that it has eroded individual rights. There's a forum in Carson City tonight to discuss that perceived threat.

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Fog Causes Airport Delays

Updated: 01/18/2005 - (Tuesday PM)The dense fog has also caused travel problems at the Reno/Tahoe International Airport. 100 flights in and out of the airport were cancelled yesterday, and another 25 were cancelled this morning before 10. This airport sits in the lowest part of the valley...and when there's fog, it sinks right to the bottom, severely reducing a pilot's visibility.

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Foggy Driving

Updated: 01/18/2005 - (Tues pm) --The fog caused a number of problems for drivers all over the Reno area.

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Weather Related Suicide Attempts

Updated: 01/17/2005 - Our local ambulance service is seeing a dramatic spike in the number of calls involving attempted suicides. REMSA paramedics say the snow and gloom can often put people under real emotional strain.

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