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FBI Reports "Credible Lead" In D.B. Cooper Case

Updated: 08/01/2011 - The FBI says it has a "credible" lead in the D.B. Cooper case, which involved the 1971 hijacking of a passenger jet over Washington state and the suspect's legendary parachute escape.

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Afghan Officials: Kandahar Mayor Killed In South

Posted: 07/27/2011 - The mayor of Kandahar was assassinated on Wednesday by a suicide bomber who hid explosives in his turban - the third top-ranking official to be slain this month, Afghan officials said.

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UK Recognizes Libyan Rebels, Expels Gadhafi Envoys

Posted: 07/27/2011 - Britain has officially recognized Libya's main opposition group as the country's legitimate government, and Wednesday expelled all diplomats from Moammar Gadhafi's regime.

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South Korea Landslides Leave 32 dead, 10 missing

Posted: 07/27/2011 - A blast of heavy rain sent landslides barreling through South Korea's capital and a northern town Wednesday, killing at least 32 people, including 10 college students doing volunteer work.

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Reno’s Firestarters Are Back At It

Updated: 07/01/2013 - If you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend, check out Compression! Art and Fire. The free event takes place from 3 p.m. – 1 p.m. Saturday July, 23rd 2011.

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Record Number of Children Die in Hot Cars

Updated: 07/19/2011 - Leaving your children alone in a hot car during these summer months is dangerous. A record number of kids are dying in hot cars. Nearly 50 children died nationwide last year after they were left alone in sweltering cars.

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Summer Construction Heats Up

Updated: 11/16/2011 - As the summer heats up so does the construction along our area highways. This weekend a portion of exits along I-80 will be shut. KOLO 8 News Now’s Mariana Jacob takes a closer look at how those changes will your commute.

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Embattled News Int'l CEO Rebekah Brooks Resigns

Updated: 07/15/2011 - Rebekah Brooks, the loyal lieutenant of Rupert Murdoch, resigned Friday as chief executive of his embattled British newspapers, becoming the biggest casualty so far in the phone hacking scandal at a now-defunct Sunday tabloid.

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Italy: Libyan Opposition To Be Recognized

Updated: 07/15/2011 - Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini says delegates from more than 30 countries have decided to recognize the Libyan opposition as "the legitimate authority of Libya."

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Grant-Funded Summer Schools

Updated: 07/14/2011 - Hundreds of students in the Washoe County School District are doing something a little different this summer, they’re going back to school. This summer a $200,000 federal grant is making it possible for children to gain extra knowledge and get a jump start ahead of the next school year.

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Iran Conditions Work With IAEA On Nuke Issues

Posted: 07/12/2011 - Iran says it is ready to work more closely with the U.N. nuclear agency - but only if it stops probing allegations that Tehran worked on aspects of a weapons program.

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Italy Mastermind Convicted In Duisburg Massacre

Posted: 07/12/2011 - News reports say a court in southern Italy has convicted the ringleader of a 2007 massacre of six people in Duisburg, Germany, that shed international light on the 'ndrangheta organized crime syndicate.

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UK Police: News Of The World Didn't Cooperate

Posted: 07/12/2011 - The police officer who decided two years ago not to reopen an investigation into a phone hacking scandal says the News of the World newspaper did not cooperate fully with police.

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Casey Anthony to Be Freed Next Week

Updated: 07/07/2011 - Casey Anthony will be freed next week after spending nearly three years in jail on accusations she killed her 2-year-old daughter, punctuating a case that captured the nation's attention and bitterly divided many over whether she got away with murder.

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Missing Hiker Found Safe

Updated: 07/06/2011 - A missing hiker was found Wednesday morning in the area of Hunter Creek.

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Mexico Searches For 7 Missing In Boating Accident

Posted: 07/05/2011 - American tourists on an annual July 4 fishing trip were plunged into the Gulf of California in the middle of the night after a flash storm upended their boat, killing at least one U.S. man and leaving seven others missing.

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