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Higgs Murder Trial Begins

Posted: 06/19/2007 - A prosecutor is telling a jury today that he'll show Chaz Higgs is a calculated murderer who disdained his wife, former Nevada Controller Kathy Augustine, and used his medical knowledge to kill her with a paralyzing drug.

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Wildcreek Fire Caused By Golfer

Updated: 06/19/2007 - A golfer's attempt to get out of the rough and back on the fairway started a grass fire that burned about 20 acres near a golf course, officials said.

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City of Sparks Lawsuit

Updated: 06/17/2007 - The city of Sparks is facing a newly-filed lawsuit by one of its employees. Mary Stacy is suing Sparks, saying that she was mocked and demoted. According to the suit, Stacy was allegedly retaliated against for opposing a relationship between City Attorney Chet Adams, and then Deputy Attorney Christi Kindel.

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Fire Officials Believe Plant Fire Accidental

Updated: 06/18/2007 - Investigators say a weekend fire at the Reno Rendering Company appears to be accidental. Investigators say it started in a machine shop, though they've been unable to pinpoint the cause.

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Officials Search for Escaped Inmate

Updated: 06/17/2007 - Officials of the Nevada Department of Corrections say an inmate walked away from the Stewart Conservation Camp in Carson City Friday night, sometime between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m.

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Rabid Bat Found in Carson City

Posted: 06/16/2007 - A bat found in Carson City has tested positive for rabies. Carson City Health and Human Services says one adult and two children were exposed to the bat after finding it in a garage on the west side of town.

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South Tahoe Launches Summer with Boats and Bikes

Posted: 06/16/2007 - Lake Tahoe is kicking off its summer this weekend with a party that will shut down U-S 50 for the first time since New Year's Eve so crowds can watch motorcycle stunt jumpers make their vaults between the south shore's towering hotel-casinos.

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Possible Jump in Impact Fees, Considered at Friday RTC Meeting

Updated: 06/16/2007 - An expanding population means more traffic, and more traffic means more roads, but who should pay for them? On Friday, the Regional Transportation Commission considered a huge hike in the impact fees paid developers.

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Dick Gammick Lawsuit

Posted: 06/16/2007 - A decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals means Washoe County District Attorney Dick Gammick could soon find himself in the defendant’s chair in a whistleblower lawsuit. It's the latest chapter in an on-going legal battle, that began in December of 2001.

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Noro Virus Suspected at Reno School

Updated: 06/16/2007 - Health authorities are suspicious that the same virus that has swept through cruise ships recently is responsible for sickening at least 100 students and staff members at Alice Smith Elementary in Reno this week.

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Neighbors Want Liquor Store Shut Down

Updated: 06/14/2007 - Neighbors along Wells avenue, say the Dhanshree Market has long been a favorite destination for minors, looking to score alcohol...and police know all about it.

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Reno's Hot August Nights to End Early

Posted: 06/13/2007 - The poodle skirts and shiny cars will be put away a little earlier this year at Hot August Nights. Reno Mayor Bob Cashell said there have been enough problems with gang members he said are from Northern California to prompt the action.

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