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A Message to Young Drivers

Updated: 11/19/2004 - This week's accident that took the lives of two teen sisters was a tragic reminder to classmates about the dangers that accompany driving.

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Growth Strains Schools and Cops

Problems of Growth

Updated: 11/19/2004 - Continued growth in the Truckee Meadows is putting a strain on our existing infrastructure

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More Traffic Cops

Updated: 11/16/2004 - Tomorrow at the Reno city council meeting, the police department will ask for six more police officers to work traffic enforcement.

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New Whiplash Study

Updated: 11/15/2004 - Unfortunately, accidents are an all-too common occurrence. A new report released today could help you choose which car will keep you and your family the safest. The early data does not look good.

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Weak El Nino May Mean Dry Winter

Updated: 11/16/2004 - Two big October storms gave a glimmer of hope for this year's snow pack. But new research is hinting that this year's weak El Nino may mean drier than normal conditions.

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Teen Sisters Die in Traffic Crash

Updated: 11/15/2004 - Two teen age sisters who were students at Spanish Springs High School were killed in an early morning accident on the Pyramid highway.

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Reid To Become Senate Minority Leader

Senator Harry Reid

Updated: 11/16/2004 - Nevada Senator Harry Reid is expected to be named Senate Minority Leader tomorrow replacing Tom Daschle who was defeated in the recent election.

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Sandoval Tapped for Federal Judgeship

Updated: 11/16/2004 - State Attorney General Brian Sandoval, a top Nevada Republican viewed as a possible future candidate for governor or Congress, has been nominated for a U-S District Court judgeship in Reno.

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Colin Powell Resigns

Updated: 11/15/2004 - Top State Department officials say Secretary of State Colin Powell has announced his resignation.

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The Holiday Hiring Season Has Begun

Updated: 11/14/2004 - Retailers have already begun gearing up for the holidays with their seasonal merchandise. Now, it's time to start hiring the thousands of extra employees to help with the influx of shoppers.

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Scott Peterson Found Guilty

Updated: 11/12/2004 - Scott Peterson has been found guilty of first and second-degree murder.

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A New Look At The Old Reno Cure

Updated: 11/09/2004 - There was a time when Reno was known as the"Divorce Capital of the World", the place to go if you wanted a quick, simple exit from marriage. Thousands - movie stars, socialites and housewives - came seeking what they called the "Reno Cure".

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The Silent Killer

Updated: 11/08/2004 - During the winter months, carbon monoxide leaking from furnaces or water heaters is a common household danger. Serious illness or even death can occur if you are exposed to the clear, odorless gas for too long.

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Friday Night Sports Caravan

High School Football Playoffs

Updated: 11/06/2004 - Welcome to the playoff edition of NewsChannel 8's Friday Night SPorts Caravan.

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Trim The Fat: The Final Step In Weight Loss

Updated: 11/05/2004 - With nearly one-third of U-S adults obese and another third overweight, Many are turning to drastic gastric bypass surgery to lose pounds. While the surgery isn't for everyone, it has proven to be very effective. But this may not be the last procedure these patients ever have.

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Hauntings At the Brothel?

Updated: 11/04/2004 - You would expect the working girls at the Moonlight Bunny Ranch have pretty much seen it all...but there's something they say goes on down this hall and in this VIP room that freaks them out.

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