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Gas Prices on the Rise

Updated: 04/11/2006 - It's become a yearly tradition: as the temperatures go up, so do the gas prices. But this spring, experts say there are more factors driving up prices than just seasonal demands.

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Hearing On Assessor Removal

Posted: 04/11/2006 - Incline Village residents, at odds for years with Washoe County Assessor Robert McGowan over property taxassessments, got to argue their case for having him removed fromoffice.

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Local Marines Come Home

Updated: 04/11/2006 - They've been in iraq for seven months, many serving in dangerous frontline roles in the war on terror. But tonight a group of Marine reservists based here in Reno came home, and were met with cheers, tears and open arms.

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Gas Leak

Updated: 04/12/2006 - A gas line at McCarran and Mill has been shut off after a leak earlier this morning...The area is opening up.. The leak had McCarran from Greg to Mill Street closed... Mill Street from Edison to McCarran closed , and Stanford and Coney Island Drive closed this morning...11 people had been evacuated from the area ...

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Ensign Has Wide Poll Lead

Posted: 04/10/2006 - A Las Vegas Review-Journal poll shows that Democrat Jack Carter, son of former President Jimmy Carter, is trailing badly in his bid to oust Republican U-S Senator John Ensign.

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State Spending More On Education

Posted: 04/10/2006 - A new report says education spending in Nevada has increased at a higher rate than the national average.

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Gibbons Lead In Governor Poll

Posted: 04/10/2006 - Rep. Jim Gibbons remained the front-runner in the race for Nevada governor in a new statewide poll of voters.

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Immigration Protests Spawned Across State

Updated: 04/10/2006 - Nearly nine thousand people rallied across Nevada today, joining demonstrators in cities around the nation calling for fair immigration reforms.

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Gag Order Refused Race Case

Posted: 04/10/2006 - A judge in Reno has denied a gag order sought by drugstore chain Walgreen Company to restrict comments from plaintiffs in an upcoming racial discrimination trial.

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Trio Rescued From Muddy Desolation

Posted: 04/10/2006 - Two men and a 9-year-old boy were rescued after spending the night along a remote road in Elko County after their truck became mired in axle-deep mud.

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The Great Outdoors

Updated: 04/12/2006 - It is hard to stay inside as spring is starting to arrive in northern Nevada. But, are you ready to hit the outdoors? And, are you prepared for the weather the change, as it can so quickly in the Sierra.

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Flight Surgeon

Updated: 04/12/2006 - A local Air Force reservist is among those credited for saving the life of ABC nightly news anchor, Bob Woodruff, when he was injured in Iraq.

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Ski Patrol talks about job dangers

Posted: 04/07/2006 - Mt. Rose Ski patrol members can handle problems ranging from a broken leg to an avalanche. The 50-member squad is made up of volunteers or paid employees but must be certified in emt..

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Is it cheating?

Updated: 04/12/2006 - Local educators are blaming the internet when it comes to an increase of plagiarism in our schools. But, the older you get, the more serious the consequence. That's why one University is trying to stop the habit.

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Concern Over National Insurance Bill

Updated: 04/07/2006 - Nevada's insurance commissioner leary of The Health Insurance Market Place Modernization and Affordability Act or HIMMA.

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Tahoe Level At 5-Year High

Lake Tahoe

Posted: 04/07/2006 - The nonstop snow storms of March weren't just good news for Sierra ski areas. They were great news for Lake Tahoe.

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The Food Must Go On!

Posted: 04/06/2006 - The members of Carson High School's state championship culinary arts team says the show will go on despite the arrest of one of its integral members.

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Rural Nevada Promotion Tips

Posted: 04/06/2006 - A tourism expert says local politics, vague promotions and just plain bad concepts will kill tourism, but good planning and bright ideas will leave rural Nevada towns --quote-- "laughing all the way to the bank."

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Four Indicted In Wild Horse Corral Arson

Posted: 04/06/2006 - Four people were indicted on federal arson charges in Reno Thursday in the 2001 firebombing of a federal corral near Susanville, Calif., that housed wild horses and burros rounded up from public rangeland.

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A Step Ahead

Updated: 04/12/2006 - We went to the high school that operates at Truckee Meadows Community College to meet several students who qualify for Kids You Should Know. But, we had to pick just one. He may not be the star or the genius, but as others told us, he is a quiet leader who is a perfect example of all of the students in this program.

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Kick Butts

Updated: 04/12/2006 - The kids wrote down names of people they knew who died from lung cancer and other tobacco-related illnesses. These students at Pau Wa Lu middle school say they are going to be responsible to ensure their peers aren't on the list in years to come.

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Cops & Montreux Residents Meet

Updated: 04/05/2006 - Members of an exclusive community south of Reno met with investigators this afternoon, after a double murder rocked the area last week.

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Douglas Sheriff Wants Sales Tax Hike

Posted: 04/05/2006 - People in Douglas County may be paying more at the cash register so they can have more deputies on the streets.

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