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Sierra Nevada College Wins Big With Nevada's Big Give

Updated: 03/14/2015 - Web-based donation drive Nevada's Big Give benefits nonprofits across the state. The goal is to make a big impact with many little donations. The nonprofit that pulled in the most donation support this year is Sierra Nevada College.

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Cosby Allegations Could Change State Law

Updated: 03/14/2015 - The Bill Cosby scandal could lead to a change in Nevada law. Friday, Assembly Judiciary members were begged to get rid of the statute of limitations when it comes to reporting rape in our state.

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No Major Injuries in Crash on EB 80 in Reno

Updated: 03/13/2015 - The Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating a crash involving six vehicles on Interstate 80. The crash happened eastbound at the Wells Avenue onramp to the interstate about 3PM Friday.

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Sparks Police Investigate Stabbing

Updated: 03/13/2015 - Sparks police detectives are talking with the victim of a stabbing, trying to get information about the attacker and circumstances.

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US Judge Rejects Nevada Bid To Dispose Of Excess Mustangs

Posted: 03/12/2015 - A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit filed by a coalition of rural Nevada counties that wanted to force the government to sell or otherwise dispose of tens of thousands of mustangs in U.S. holding facilities.

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Alf Sorensen Pool Set to Reopen

Updated: 03/13/2015 - After nearly 10 months and $1.5 million in repairs, the countdown to the reopening of Alf Sorensen Community Pool Is on. The doors are set to open March 16th at 6:00AM according to City of Sparks Spokesman Adam Mayberry.

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Mortality Rate For White Women Increases

Updated: 03/12/2015 - For the last 10 years white women's life expectancy was on the increase. But now according to the Urban Institute that's changed.

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The Art of Speed Bagging

Updated: 03/12/2015 - People from all over the country are turning speed bagging into an art form.

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Tainted Meat Killed Animal Ark Animals

Updated: 03/11/2015 - We now know what killed a wolf and tiger and nearly killed a cheetah at the Animal Ark. The wildlife sanctuary says tainted meat delivered and fed to the animals is the cause. Test results confirm barbiturates were in the food.

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