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Longley Lane Businesses Affected By Construction

Updated: 04/25/2012 - The $16 million construction project to expand McCarran to six lanes is underway. Phase one forced the closure of part of Longley Lane near the intersection of Longley and McCarran. Some businesses are not happy that the construction has curbed sales.

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Jaycee Dugard's Mom Recounts Kidnapping, Reunion

Updated: 04/25/2012 - The mother of kidnap victim Jaycee Dugard says she bears an "overwhelming sadness and incredible anger" over "18 hellish years" of separation from her daughter.

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Pub Crawl Organizers May Have To Pay Up

Updated: 04/25/2012 - Pub crawls have attracted the attention of Reno’s City Council, which is looking at charging organizers more money for additional police and cleanup crews. Critics say this could be the end to a unique event.

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Tuesday Web Weather

Posted: 04/24/2012 - No more record heat, but we still have a few chances for wet weather as the week goes on.

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2012 Spring Commencement at the University of Nevada, Reno

Updated: 04/24/2012 - The University of Nevada, Reno’s Spring Commencement ceremonies will take place on Friday, May 18 for advanced-degree recipients and Saturday, May 19 for bachelor-degree recipients. Both ceremonies will be held on the University’s historic Quadrangle, located on the southern part of campus.

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NV Energy Pulls Out of Major Wind Farm

Updated: 04/24/2012 - NV Energy is pulling out of a large wind energy farm proposed along the Nevada-Idaho line because of the federal government's decision to delay the project until an assessment is done on sage grouse.

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Proposed Budget Cuts Concern Washoe Sheriff's Office

Posted: 04/24/2012 - The Washoe Co. Sheriff's Office says the proposed budget cuts by the county represent a "tipping point." They presented arguments at a special meeting on Monday afternoon.

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Reno Breaks Heat Records

Posted: 04/24/2012 - Days of record-breaking heat have left Reno residents sweating. Reno set new record highs on Saturday and Sunday. Since records began being kept in 1888, this year is the first that Reno has reached 90 degrees during the month of April.

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Cash Mob Campaign Hits Reno

Posted: 04/24/2012 - You can think of it as a local economic stimulus campaign. Small business advocates are organizing "cash mobs" in the Reno area. The first one takes place on Tuesday and they're hoping to get a lot of people on board with the idea.

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Call Before You Dig: It's The Law

Updated: 04/23/2012 - Before you start any spring excavation projects or plant any trees in your yard, you're required to call "811".

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Meteor Explosion Shocks Locals

Posted: 04/23/2012 - A meteor explosion that went off around 8 am triggered calls to law enforcement on both sides of the Sierra Nevada.

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Explosion Heard in NV, CA Traced to Meteor

Posted: 04/23/2012 - Astronomers say a loud explosion heard across a large swath of Nevada and California on Sunday morning was likely caused by a meteor.

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Burning Man Appeals Probation over Crowd Size

Posted: 04/21/2012 - Organizers of the Burning Man festival are challenging the federal government's decision to place them on probation for exceeding the crowd cap last year.

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I-80 West Downtown Ramp to Close

Posted: 04/21/2012 - Another closure is planned as part of the I-80 re-paving project. The Nevada Department of Transportation announced the downtown Reno exit will be closed to westbound traffic starting at 8 p.m. on Friday. The closure will remain in-effect until 5 a.m. Monday.

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Big Drug Bust in Quiet Reno Neighborhood

Posted: 04/21/2012 - A quiet older neighborhood in Reno is surprised to learn a house on their street had a Marijuana growing operation going on in the basement. The Glenmanor home and its residents were pretty non-descript that was until Wednesday night.

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Fire Out in Eagle Canyon

Posted: 04/20/2012 - Firefighters have put out a brush fire that burned between three and five acres Friday afternoon.

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Elko Commissioner Opposes Wild Horse Eco-Sanctuary

Posted: 04/20/2012 - An Elko County commissioner says a proposed eco-sanctuary for hundreds of wild horses in northeast Nevada will damage the range and could put some ranchers out of business.

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Nevada to Receive $21M in Education Grants

Posted: 04/20/2012 - Nevada is one of seven states to be awarded a $21 million federal grant over seven years to help prepare high school students for college.

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