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Wednesday Night Web Weather

Posted: 02/27/2013 - Partly to mostly cloudy and mild on Thursday. Highs expected to be in the upper fifties. Low sixties heading into the weekend. We could be looking at a mountain snow storm middle of next week.

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Sequestration & Northern Nevada

Updated: 02/28/2013 - Unless lawmakers are able to come to some kind of eleventh hour agreement, sequestration will take effect in the late hours of Friday here in Reno. By most accounts those of us in the Truckee Meadows may not feel the ramifications immediately.

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Counsel Named to Investigate Nevada Assemblyman

Updated: 02/28/2013 - A Las Vegas attorney has been appointed independent counsel to investigate whether embattled Assemblyman Steven Brooks is fit to serve in the Nevada Legislature.

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Alzheimer's Bills Go Before Legislators

Posted: 02/26/2013 - The Alzheimer's Association was lobbying legislators Tuesday, as several bills related to the disease were considered at hearings.

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Speed Limit Could Be Raised to 85

Posted: 02/26/2013 - If you could drive faster on Nevada highways, would you? A bill has been introduced in Carson City that could increase the speed limit up to 85 miles an hour.

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Man Who Killed Friend Pleads Guilty

Posted: 02/26/2013 - A Reno man who killed his friend will be sentenced in May after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter Tuesday.

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'Needy Meds' to Help Save on Medical Costs

Posted: 02/26/2013 - Staying healthy is not a cheap task, from doctor visits, to prescription drugs, the bills can add up. There is one non-profit organization that says they can help you get the resources you need while saving you money.

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Run, Retreat, Resist During Workplace Shooting

Updated: 06/19/2014 - For our Crime Crackdown special, we want to again showcase a 2012 piece on what happens on a variety of levels during a shooting in a crowded business environment.

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Legislators Debate Prevailing Wage Mandate

Posted: 02/25/2013 - State legislators could exempt schools from paying construction workers the prevailing wage. A bill proposed by Sen. Ben Kieckhefer (R-Reno) would remove the mandate.

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Brooks Denied Permit to Buy Gun in Nevada

Posted: 02/26/2013 - The Nevada Department of Public Safety has confirmed to KOLO 8 News Now that Assemblyman Steven Brooks has been denied a permit to buy any gun in the state of Nevada for one year.

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