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Friday Web Weather Forecast
- Moisture will continue to increase as the flow becomes southerly over the next couple days. Showers and T-storms will develop in the heat of the afternoons through the weekend. Coverage will mostly be south of Highway 50 on Friday, spreading north to include most areas over the weekend. While temperatures will stay hot, they will not be quite as high due to the increase in cloud cover and storm development during the hottest hours of the day. -Jeff
Miracle Credited in Drowning Recovery
- A bench was dedicated to the miracle that saved a young mans life.
Inaugural Basque Fry: Lamb Served With A Side Of Presidential Politics
- Attorney General Adam Laxalt has invited all 16 GOP presidential candidates to meet Nevada voters at a Basque lamb fry.
Nevada Hunting Season Begins August 1st
- Most hunters would say if true, what happened to Cecil the lion is unacceptable. It puts their sport under a bad light. Archery season begins on August 1st here in Nevada. The drought has meant fewer tags all around this year for hunting season. Never the less most who have tags understand not everyone favors hunting. That's just one reason they are compelled to follow the rules.
Bail Increases To $1 Million in Carson Child Sex Case
- The Carson City District Attorney's Office has found more victims and added charges in the case of 21-year-old Jacob Daniel Houser, now held in lieu of $1 million bail while facing felony child sexual assault charges.
Sparks To Be Home Of Nevada's First Medical Pot Dispensary
- The first medical marijuana dispensary in Nevada is finally set to open in Sparks.
Reno Man Faces Murder Charge After Extradition From Portland
- A man wanted in the shooting death of another man at the Dotty's Casino on South McCarran near Mira Loma in May now faces a murder charge after being extradited by from Portland.
Reno Fire Department Has Tips To Help You Stay Cool
- Hydration, hydration, hydration firefighters say is key.
'Feed the Camel' Benefits Local Charities
- Every Wednesday, you can enjoy the local food trucks and family-friendly atmosphere without the crowds. Once every month, proceeds go straight to a local charity.
Congressional Gridlock Threatens Local Highway Projects
- Congress, unable to reach agreement on the federal highway bill, is once again passing a stop-gap measure, delaying a final decision by a few months more and causing problems back home.
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