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Northern Nevada Wildfires

Updated: 07/06/2005 - Two big wildfires are burning in central northern Nevada Tuesday night. They're both just south of Interstate 80 between Dunphy and the Beowawe exit.

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Justice Front-Runner

Updated: 07/06/2005 - Some pundits say U.S. Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales, has risen to the top of the President's short list. But, other pundits will say that it's too early to tell and that a list means nothing. After all, O'Connor's appointment took many by surprise; her name hadn't really been considered before President Reagan selected her.

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Officer Involved Shooting

Updated: 07/06/2005 - New details about a shooting which happened at the Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation in Wadsworth last Friday.

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Inmate Construction

Updated: 07/06/2005 - There are thousands of inmates in Nevada's prisons. Most of them will eventually be released. When they are, having a marketable skill can make the difference between a productive citizen, or a continuing danger to society.

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Flag Thefts

Updated: 07/05/2005 - Reno police say they were disgusted to hear a group of teens were stealing American flags off yards and houses in Northwest Reno.

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Guardian of the Streets

Updated: 07/05/2005 - Do you feel safe walking the streets of Downtown Reno? Well, whether or not you believe in Angels, a couple come out here at night to help you feel a little safer walking in your own neighborhood.

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Holiday Driving

Updated: 07/05/2005 - AAA says more than 360,000 Nevadans and more than 5.6 million Californians will travel somewhere during the weekend. A hot spot for both states lies between us at Lake Tahoe, and the congestion has already begun.

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A Town of Art

Updated: 07/01/2005 - Artown was created for locals and visitors alike to bring you to the heart of the city and explore what is already here.

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Power Rate Increase?

Updated: 07/01/2005 - Sierra Pacific Power has filed for 61million dollars in increased electricity and natural gas revenues that would raise utility bills of its northern Nevada customers.

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Beetle Invasion

Updated: 07/05/2005 - As if Mormon crickets weren't enough, a new bug has invaded northern Nevada, there is one called the carabid beetle, an inch-long critter that likes meat and night lights.

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Nevada Senator on Justice O'Connor Retirement

Updated: 07/01/2005 - Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid from Nevada says there's no reason the selection of a new Supreme Court justice should be a divisive battle.

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Air Cargo

Updated: 07/01/2005 - Air General, the contractor that manages cargo for the airlines at Reno Tahoe International, is pulling out, leaving some local businesses scrambling to find other ways to ship their goods around the country.

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Tale of Two Bases

Updated: 07/01/2005 - The Base Realignment and Closure Commission recommended closing Hawthorne and sending the Air Guard's C-130s elsewhere, but spared the Sierra Army Depot north of Reno. In fact, plans are underway to give the Herlong base some new capabilities that could give it a new role.

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Mustang Reopens

Updated: 07/01/2005 - A historic day in Patrick, Lance Gilman brings back to life the world famous brothel that was once the Mustang Ranch.

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Driving Young

Updated: 07/01/2005 - According to the National Safety Council, young drivers make up only six percent of all drivers nationwide, but they are involved in almost 20 percent of all fatal crashes in Nevada, crashes the council says could be avoided.

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Investigating Fires

Updated: 06/30/2005 - Fire investigators say most people assume everything gets burned in a fire, even though the point of origin can often leave a very clear picture of what exactly happened.

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Prop 13

Updated: 06/29/2005 - Assemblywoman and Congressional hopefull, Sharron Angle, is backing a new ballot initiative based on California's controversial "Proposition 13" tax law.

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Spooner Summit Fire

Updated: 06/29/2005 - The Carson City Sheriff's Office says they have a possible new lead, on who may have set the Spooner Summit Fire.

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Canadian Drug Supplies

Updated: 06/29/2005 - A key state lawmaker said Wednesday that Nevada's new plan to help consumers buy low-cost medications from Canadian pharmacies is in good shape despite threats from Canada's health minister to overhaul rules on prescription drugs exports.

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Fireworks Displays

Updated: 07/01/2005 - Fireworks may be a tradition for the Forth of July. But they are also illegal in Washoe County. The good news is if you have fireworks you can turn them in at any fire station, no questions asked.

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River Safety

Updated: 06/29/2005 - On a hot summer day, nothing looks more inviting than the cool waters of the Truckee River. But in places, the swift, cold water can be trouble. News Channel 8 has safety do's and don'ts.

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Pit Bull Attack

Updated: 06/29/2005 - A vicious pit bull attack in North Reno leaves a family pet dead. The mauling happened Monday morning on the 1200 block of East 10th Street.

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Base Closure Aid

Updated: 06/29/2005 - Nevada is getting a $528,500 grant from the federal Labor Department to help people who may lose jobs as a result of military base closures that are now under consideration.

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Arson in Carson?

Updated: 06/29/2005 - Law officers and fire officials are investigating nearly a dozen brush fires that appear to have been intentionally set the past two weeks around Carson City and the Washoe Valley.

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Rural Summit

Updated: 06/29/2005 - Minden is the site for Nevada's rural summit, a chance for government and business leaders to brainstorm about the state's future.

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