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NHP Honors Responders to IHOP Shooting

Updated: 12/17/2011 - The Nevada Highway Patrol has honored its employees who responded to a shooting at an IHOP restaurant in Carson City that left five people dead, including the gunman who killed himself.

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Nevada Voting Boundaries a Done Deal

Updated: 12/11/2011 - Voting boundaries that will influence Nevada politics for the next decade are a done deal after months of posturing and punts, with political power shifting to populous Las Vegas at the expense of rural areas.

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Nevada Casino Winnings Up 8.1 Percent in October

Updated: 12/09/2011 - Nevada casinos won $961 million in October, posting an 8.1 percent increase compared with the same time last year thanks to heavy play on baccarat - a high-roller game that draws international players from Asia, state regulators reported Friday.

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Nevada Pizza Delivery Woman Robs Herself

Updated: 12/07/2011 - Authorities say a Nevada pizza delivery driver made up a story that she was robbed, including detailed descriptions that led to composite sketches of two men.

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Nevada Won't Join DEA Petition Over Medical Pot

Updated: 12/01/2011 - Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval does not plan to join other states in petitioning the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to reclassify marijuana so doctors can prescribe it and pharmacies can dispense it for medical treatment.

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Hells Angel Pleads Not Guilty in Casino Killing

Updated: 12/01/2011 - A California member of the Hells Angels has pleaded not guilty to a charge of second-degree murder for his role in a September brawl at Nevada casino that erupted into a shootout that claimed the life of his San Jose chapter president.

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Reno Fire Department Braces For Windy Night

Updated: 12/01/2011 - Reno Fire Department Chief Michael Hernandez added 10 fire fighters and opened up two fire stations Wednesday that originally weren't scheduled to be prepared for high winds that have the potential to cause fires.

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TRPA Begins Easing Grip on Regulatory Control

Updated: 11/28/2011 - Land use and environmental regulators in the Lake Tahoe Basin are endorsing the idea of giving local governments more control over permitting and other rules.

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Objections Raised to Nevada Redistricting Addendum

Posted: 11/21/2011 - Secretary of State Ross Miller says a redistricting order should not be amended to allow a sitting legislator to use the term "re-elect" or imply incumbency when running in a new voting district.

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Christmas Help Sign-ups Begin Nov. 21

Updated: 11/21/2011 - Applications for Christmas toys and turkeys will be taken at The Salvation Army’s Christmas Center, starting Monday, November 21. The Center is located at 7175 S. Virginia.

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Experts Say Fire Victims Should Carefully Read Insurance Policies

Updated: 11/21/2011 - Police warn--scammers will try to take advantage of the Caughlin Fire. Going straight through your insurance company is a way to help reduce risk of scammers. There's also some questions you should ask to make sure you get the benefits entitled to.

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Officials Say 32 Homes Destroyed in Reno Fire

Updated: 11/21/2011 - The estimated number of homes destroyed in a wind-fueled wildfire more than doubled on Saturday to a total of 32, but Gov. Brian Sandoval said it's a miracle scores more weren't lost.

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Firefighters Get a Handle on the Caughlin Fire

Updated: 11/19/2011 - Authorities say at this time that the Caughlin Fire is 80 percent contained. Thirty-two homes have been confirmed uninhabitable. 4,500 homes have been saved by the efforts of the firefighters.

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9,500 Evacuated, 20 Reno Homes Lost in Windy Fire

Updated: 11/18/2011 - Police in Reno went house to house in the middle of the night, pounding on doors and telling residents they had to evacuate as a roughly 400-acre blaze raged in rough terrain, destroyed homes and injured some people.

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Report Focuses on Nevada Economic Diversity

Updated: 11/14/2011 - A new report details key industries Nevada should focus on to expand its economy, but also points out hurdles that have plagued the Silver State for decades - most notably a volatile economic base prone to extremes.

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Helping the Homeless in Reno's Backyard

Updated: 11/14/2011 - The Loving Hearts Club and Gordon's BBQ & Catering teamed up to serve hundreds of homeless people in Tent City in Reno on Sunday. More than 40 volunteers pitched in to help the cause.

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