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Friday Web Weather

Posted: 7:01 PM - We will continue to see occasional clouds over the next 24 hours, as another weak system moves south of the area into Arizona. As high pressure builds along the coast into the weekend, skies will clear and temperatures will warm into the low 60s for valley locations by Sunday. On Monday, another system will push into the Pacific Northwest. While most moisture will stay north of the Nevada-Oregon border, clouds will increase again, with a few sprinkles north of I-80. Mild, dry weather will return next week, with valley highs warming into the mid-60s in some areas. Significant storms are not in the weather picture until at least late next week. The burn code is GREEN (burning is okay). -Jeff

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Former State Supply Tech Gets Prison for Misappropriating Funds

Posted: 1:23 PM - A 56-year-old former Nevada transportation supply technician in Fallon has been sentenced to 1½ to 4 years in prison and ordered to repay more than $250,000 after admitting he misappropriated state funds over a four-year span.

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Burglary Suspects Arrested After Returning to Scene of Crime

Posted: 12:15 PM - Washoe County Sheriff’s deputies arrested two residential burglary suspects Wednesday afternoon; they say the suspects returned to the scene of the crime while deputies were still there conducting an investigation.

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Five Arrested in Sun Valley on Burglary Charges

Updated: 12:00 PM - Washoe County Sheriff’s detectives have arrested five people at a Sun Valley home as part of the investigation of a residential burglary on Hirsh Road in Verdi.

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Reno Hiring Public Safety Dispatchers

Posted: 01/28/2015 - Reno police dispatch/emergency communications is accepting applications for full time public safety dispatchers.

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Center Street to Reduce to One Lane

Updated: 01/28/2015 - The Reno City Council voted on Wednesday to reduce Center Street to one lane to allow for more parking.

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Governor's School Breakfast Challenge

Updated: 01/28/2015 - It's the most important meal of the day: Breakfast. If you feel sluggish without your morning meal, imagine how a grade school child feels trying to learn math or spelling. That's why Nevada's governor is challenging our schools to improve their breakfast programs.

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Thursday Web Weather Forecast

Posted: 01/28/2015 - Clouds will increase over the next 24 hours, as another weak system moves into southern California and then pushes to our south into Arizona.

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Keeping Track of Homeless Youth in Washoe County

Updated: 01/28/2015 - For 24 hours a local organization will be getting a headcount of all the homeless teens and young adults in Washoe County and it all starts Jan. 29 at midnight.

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Woman Accused of Cashing Elderly Woman's Checks

Updated: 01/28/2015 - Washoe County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a Carson City woman who is accused of fraudulently cashing more than a dozen checks belonging to an elderly Incline Village woman.

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Bringing More Parking to Midtown

Updated: 01/28/2015 - As Midtown has grown, parking has become a major problem in certain areas. That's why the Reno City Council is considering a proposal that would reduce a portion on Center Street from two lanes to one to allow for 14 additional on-street parking spots.

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