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Land Swap for Incline Lake

Updated: 08/11/2005 - It's been off-limits to the public since 19-39. Now Incline Lake could be owned by, and open to, the public in the next few years.

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Kiteboarding

Updated: 08/10/2005 - With our mountains and lakes, the geography of Northern Nevada is sometimes called one big playground for outdoor sports. The sport is called kiteboarding.

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Sex Ed Video

Updated: 08/11/2005 - The Washoe County School District Board of Trustees has approved a new video for sex education. But they want teachers to decide which students will get to watch it.

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Millenium Scholarship Changes

Updated: 08/09/2005 - Changes in the millennium scholarship program are making it harder for thousands of Nevada students to use the scholarships to pay for their college education. The lawmakers tightened up the restrictions on the scholarship.

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Dukes Casino Demolished

Updated: 08/09/2005 - Sparks is making way for a new city hall, but first they had to demolish Dukes Casino.

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Affordable Housing

Updated: 08/09/2005 - The American dream of home ownership may become harder and harder for some people to achieve. A new study shows that wage increases for most low to mid-income jobs aren't keeping pace with soaring home prices.

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Pain at The Pump

Updated: 08/09/2005 - The pain at the pump has gotten worse. The current price for a gallon of unleaded gasoline in the Reno area is $2.65 a gallon. That's up four cents from yesterday, and 60 cents from a year ago. Triple-A ranks Nevada the third most expensive state in the U.S. for gas, after California and Hawaii.

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Hot August Nights Expansion

Updated: 07/17/2006 - Can Hot August Nights get any bigger, and what's driving the organizers' search to expand the area's biggest special event? Officials at Hot August Nights are still tallying the numbers, but say this year's event ranks among the most successful, and plans to expand it are already under consideration.

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Bus Drivers Needed

Updated: 08/08/2005 - Three weeks until most Washoe County schools start the new year, and the district still could use some bus drivers. The summer recruitment didn't go as planned, and administrators are hoping for more help.

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Nevadans With Cancer

Updated: 08/08/2005 - The death of Peter Jennings has been unsettling for viewers the broadcast industry as well as the network feel a real sense of loss, but the fact is all of this could have been prevented.

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Peter Jennings Dies From Lung Cancer

Updated: 08/09/2005 - Peter Jennings, the voice of the ABC network died Sunday night from lung cancer. He passed away at his home in New York surrounded by his family.

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Three Die in Fiery US 395 Wreck

Updated: 08/09/2005 - A fiery two-vehicle crash on U.S. 395 killed three people and sparked a brush fire Sunday in Douglas County.

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Cops Ready For Downtown Crowds

Updated: 07/17/2006 - Officers are out in full force .to control large crowds that have gathered for "Hot August Nights." They say its taken a lot of planning and overtime hours, but they feel ready for whatever may happen this weekend.

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Help Bail Danita Out of Jail!

Updated: 08/05/2005 - Our Daybreak anchor Danita Cohen is going to the slammer! Help bail Danita out of jail by donating to the Muscular Dystrophy Assn.

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TSA Cuts

Updated: 08/05/2005 - The Transportation Security Administration at the airport tells us there is no released timeline saying when the 26 employees will be cut from the staff of 209 screeners. But, those with the airport are already thinking ahead.

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West Nile Virus Testing

Updated: 08/05/2005 - Another horse in Nevada has tested positive for the West Nile Virus, this time here in Washoe County. The latest numbers also show eight-more mosquito pools have tested positive in counties.

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Airport Security Cuts

Updated: 08/05/2005 - The Transportation Security Administration at the airport tells us there is no released timeline saying when the 26 employees will be cut from the staff of 209 screeners. But, those with the airport are already thinking ahead.

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Terror Suspect "Headshots" Debated

Updated: 08/05/2005 - Experts say suicide bombers present a dilemma to law enforcement. How do you take them out before they potentially harm the public? That's why police forces around the world, including here in the United States, are now considering the head the primary target.

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All Beaches Re-Open After Spill

Updated: 08/05/2005 - The last of five North Lake Tahoe beaches affected by a raw sewage spill a little over two weeks ago, was opened this morning.

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C-130's Fate

Updated: 08/05/2005 - The Department of Defense's Base Realignment and Closure Commission plans on down-sizing the Reno Air Guard base.

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Fighting Mortgage Fraud

Updated: 08/04/2005 - 70-percent of Americans own a home, yet paying the mortgage bills is only getting harder.

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Burglary Suspects

Updated: 08/03/2005 - Open windows bring cool air in at night, but they could be opening you up to burglary or worse. Reno Police are investigating two cases where people found that lesson out the hard way.

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Changing Face of Downtown

Updated: 08/04/2005 - The development of casino condos isn't sitting too well with some property owners in downtown Reno.

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Classic Trucks A Hit

Updated: 07/17/2006 - Hot rods, customs, muscle cars and stockers. They each have their fans But there's one kind of vehicle here that's achieved a special status and has a devoted following - the truck.

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