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Student Brings Epilepsy Awareness to Classroom

Updated: 11/14/2013 - It's not every day that the students at Our Lady of the Snows get to wear something other than their uniform. They traded it in for the day to sport some purple to support their classmate with epilepsy.

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Click It Or Ticket: Story To Ponder

Updated: 11/14/2013 - Police officers, deputies and troopers all will be out Monday looking for drivers and passengers who aren't wearing their seat belts. It's all part of the seasonal “Click it or Ticket” program which continues through the end of the month. You must be stopped first for what they call a “primary offense.”

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What's Next? Tax Increases for Schools Rejected by County Commission

Updated: 11/14/2013 - A measure to raise taxes to fund school repairs failed Tuesday night. The Nevada State Legislature enabled Washoe County commissioners to raise sales and property taxes by a four out of five vote -- the money being raised for school district capital improvements. Commissioner Kitty Jung motioned to approve the taxes, but no other commissioners supported the proposal.

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Court Upholds Whittemore Law Suspension

Posted: 11/13/2013 - A divided Nevada Supreme Court has upheld the temporary suspension of Harvey Whittemore's law license pending full disciplinary proceedings by the state Bar.

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Sheriff IDs Storey Inmate Found Dead in Cell

Updated: 11/13/2013 - A Storey County Jail inmate was found dead in his cell in an apparent suicide early Wednesday morning, according to Sheriff Gerald Antinoro.

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District Seeks $300K in Grants for Sparks School

Posted: 11/13/2013 - The Washoe County School District intends to apply for up to $300,000 in federal grants to provide funding to help students and staff in the wake of last month's fatal shooting at Sparks Middle School.

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Keystone, A Street With Issues Under Study

Updated: 11/12/2013 - The Regional Transportation Commission is launching a study of the Keystone Avenue Corridor focusing on safety issues and looking for public input.

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Car Thefts Increase In Winter

Updated: 11/12/2013 - It may not feel like it now, but colder temperatures are on their way. If you are like many drivers, getting into a cold car can sometimes feel like torture. That's why some people start their cars and leave them running for a time with the keys in the ignition. The practice is illegal in most cases here in Nevada, but many drivers have found a way to get around it.

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The New Era of Neighborhood Watch

Updated: 11/14/2013 - From shopping to dating, everything is going online. Some would say that's causing us to lose a sense of community, but the latest online trend proves the opposite. Internet based crime watch sites are reuniting neighbors.

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Reno City Council Asked to Resume Opening Prayer

Posted: 11/12/2013 - A coalition of multi-faith religious leaders is asking Reno Mayor Bob Cashell to resume the practice of opening city council meetings with a prayer, which has been replaced in recent years with a moment of silence.

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Tip-A-Vet Fundraiser Raises Money for Veterans In Need

Posted: 11/12/2013 - They've fought in wars to protect our freedoms, and now it's our turn to give thanks. Locals are doing it through their stomachs; they're dining out and veterans are cashing in for a good cause.

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Quilting Project A Success

Updated: 11/12/2013 - Late last week we told you about one Reno woman's efforts to make 50 quilts for hospitalized U.S. service men and women around the world. Cinda Heron was also asking for 100 volunteers, no experience necessary for the “Valiant Warriors Quilting Project.”

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Reno Aces Raise $3700 for Sparks Shooting Victims

Updated: 11/11/2013 - More than 150 people who took batting practice at Aces Ballpark over the weekend helped the Reno Aces raise nearly $3,700 for victims and family members affected by the Sparks Middle School shooting.

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Oldest Living Nevada Veteran is Honored

Posted: 11/11/2013 - After serving overseas in World War II and contributing to major projects in northern Nevada, one local veteran got special honors over the weekend.

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NDOW Releases Bears Back into Wild

Updated: 11/11/2013 - The Nevada Department of Wildlife released a bear back into the wild south of Verdi Sunday morning.

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Great Basin Brewing Company Celebrates 20 Years

Posted: 11/10/2013 - Nevada's oldest brewery celebrates a milestone today. Great Basin Brewing Company has been in business for 20 years, paving the way for brewing entrepreneurs in Nevada.

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