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Washoe Sheriffs Investigate Shooting Death

Updated: 06/17/2003 - Detectives from the Washoe County Sheriff's Office are investigating the shooting which led to the death of a Reno man Monday night.

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Douglas Commissioner Arrested In Tahoe Store Theft

Updated: 06/17/2003 - Douglas County Commission Chairman Steve Weissinger says his arrest on a petty theft charge at a grocery store where he's assistant manager resulted from a simple oversight.

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Nevada Anti-Tax Group Accused Of Bending Facts

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 06/17/2003 - State Budget Director Perry Comeaux says claims by opponents of increased taxes that Nevada's new budget adds 916 state positions over the next two fiscal years are "absolutely wrong."

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Mysterious Power Outage Hits 12,000 Nevadans

Updated: 06/17/2003 - A power outage caused by an unusual chain of events left about 12,000 northern Nevada customers of Sierra Pacific Power Company without electricity for up to an hour this afternoon.

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News Channel 8 Fan Club Helping Seniors

Only on 8

Updated: 12/27/2004 - When it gets as hot as it has been - and will be - the weather can become life-threatening, especially for the elderly.

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Double Shooting Puzzles Investigators

Updated: 06/16/2003 - Today, the Nevada Department of Investigation confirmed the name of the suspect in Friday night's shooting of two Mina residents.

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School Funding Adequate - For Now

Updated: 06/17/2003 - While Nevada lawmakers enjoy a recess from a stalled special session, the state's school districts are making plans to begin a new fiscal year without full state funding.

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Hard Work Is Behind the Magic of Harry Potter

Updated: 06/17/2003 - The fifth installment in the Harry Potter series is hot off the press and will be in bookstores on Saturday. At the Amazon warehouse in Fernley, they're packing books off to send to your door.

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Canine Competitors Fly in Hope of Gold

Updated: 06/17/2003 - Sunday more than 130 dogs tried to jump their way into ESPN's Great Outdoor Games, which will be held here in Reno next month.

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Police Seeks Casino Robbery Suspect

Reno Police Department

Updated: 06/16/2003 - Reno police are still searching for the man who robbed the Silver Legacy Hotel and Casino Saturday and left behind a package he said contained a bomb.

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Families Celebrate Father's Day

Updated: 06/16/2003 - Sunday was Father's Day and a number of local dads spent the day along the Truckee River in Wingfield Park.

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Canines Hope to Soar Into National Spotlight

Updated: 06/16/2003 - High-flying canines are making their way to Sparks this weekend. They're trying to jump their way into ESPN's Great Outdoor Games next month.

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Extreme Racers to Decend on Reno

Updated: 06/16/2003 - More than 100 extreme athletes of all ages will descend on Reno this weekend for the first ever Silver Sage Adventure Race.

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Mustang Brothel Items to be Sold on eBay

Updated: 06/13/2003 - The last time the federal government had an auction at the former Mustang Ranch brothel they sold everything but the kitchen sink. This time, it's going too.

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Guinn Issues No Vetos

Governor Kenny Guinn

Updated: 06/13/2003 - Gov. Guinn has finished signing bills from the 2003 Legislature, putting his signature on all but two measures and vetoing nothing.

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Governor Sends Lawmakers Home; Legislature to Reconvene June 25

Nevada Legislature 2003

Updated: 06/13/2003 - It's over -- for now. After another impasse on tax policy in the Nevada Legislature, Gov. Kenny Guinn has told lawmakers to go home until June 25, leaving them just five days to fund the state's budget or risk a government shutdown.

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Local Priest Involved in Abuse Settlement

Updated: 06/13/2003 - The settlement of a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the Catholic Church in Kentucky involves allegations against a popular local priest.

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Elderly Woman Bound and Robbed in Home

Washoe County Sheriff's Office

Updated: 06/13/2003 - An elderly Sun Valley woman is recovering after, sheriff's deputies say, two young men broke into her home, tied her up, ransacked the house and stole her car.

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Wildland Fires Controlled Near Doyle

Wildfire the 2003 Season

Updated: 06/12/2003 - Two separate lightning-sparked fires are under control north of Reno after firefighters worked through the night to control the blazes.

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