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"Happe Talk" Generating Listeners Worldwide

Updated: 03/26/2012 - An addiction therapist in Reno spends the last Sunday of every month hosting a radio program confronting many issues she says people are afraid to talk about.

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Rising Attendance at 2012 Reno Expo

Posted: 03/26/2012 - Expo officials believe that attendance was up about 20% from last year's event at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center.

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Late-Season Boost for Homewood Businesses

Updated: 03/26/2012 - It was a slow start to the winter season in Homewood this year. But the ski area got five feet of snow in the last ten days and business is coming back.

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Trayvon Martin Rally Brings Racism Issues to Light

Posted: 03/25/2012 - The Trayvon Martin case of an African-American Teenager killed in Florida has flared up racial tensions across the country. That includes here in Reno where a group of protesters made their voices known at a rally on Saturday.

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Great Basin Presents "Make Your Own Beer Commercial" Contest

Updated: 03/24/2012 - The local brewery is holding a contest titled 30 Seconds in 30 Days, in which they are asking aspiring filmmakers to create a 30-second TV commercial. They are welcoming all entries, whether interesting, funny, cool or ridiculous.

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Nevada Woodchucks Looking for New Home

Posted: 03/25/2012 - Every year the Nevada Woodchucks make more than 2,000 wood toys for area children. They're also committed to teaching the skills of woodworking to the area. But the building they work in is old and prone to flooding.

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Sandoval's Pivot to Extend Taxes Sets Budget Tone

Posted: 03/25/2012 - Gov. Brian Sandoval's pivot from opposing tax extensions as a candidate to advocating for them as governor marks a shift to political middle ground that has won him accolades from moderates.

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Police: 6 Prostitution Customers Busted

Posted: 03/24/2012 - Two men were arrested last night as part of the Regional Street Enforcement Team's prostitution operation downtown. Four others were issued citations.

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New Housing Subdivision Being Built in Gardnerville

Posted: 03/23/2012 - In this recession, when foreclosure rates are so high, we often don't hear about new housing developments. That's why construction in Gardnerville is causing such a stir.

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Jan Gilbert Named "Champion of Change"

Posted: 03/24/2012 - The White House named Washoe Valley resident Jan Gilbert a "Champion of Change" inviting her to Washington DC this week to be recognized.

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Early Spring Creating Concern for Crops

Posted: 03/24/2012 - Some farmers are seeing crops further along than is typical for March, creating concerns frost could damage plants. Farmers said warm, early spring conditions are likely the cause of the growth.

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Friday Daybreak Web Weather

Posted: 03/23/2012 - We have more wind on the way for today and tomorrow. This weekend could bring some wet weather as well.

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Forgery Lab Found in Nugget Hotel Room

Updated: 03/23/2012 - Sparks Police say they have broken up a financial forgery lab that was set up in hotel rooms in the Nugget Hotel and Casino.

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Early Morning Fire on Reggie Road

Posted: 03/23/2012 - The Reno Fire Department says five people are displaced, after a fire at a complex on Reggie Road in Reno.

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Gas Prices Won’t Drive Away Visitors

Posted: 03/22/2012 - Gas prices are continuing to climb as we head into vacation season. The average price for a gallon of regular across the nation is now $3.88, and some worry that could mean lower profits from tourism in our area.

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New Use For The Kings Inn

Updated: 03/22/2012 - The Truckee Meadows is still trying to recover from the great recession. One local man says he has an idea to revive the economy, particularly downtown Reno. It involves the vacant Kings Inn and legalized prostitution in Washoe County. ,

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