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NV Construction Jobs Up in November, But Off From 2011

Updated: 12/24/2012 - Nevada was one of only 19 U.S. states that added construction jobs between October and November but still ranks second to last in the country in terms of loss of construction workers compared to a year ago.

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Taking Care of Living Christmas Trees

Updated: 12/20/2012 - If you are still thinking about buying a Christmas Tree this year, how about a “living” Christmas Tree? The trees make up about 10% of Christmas Tree sales. But there are steps you need to take to make sure the tree lives in the years to come.

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Wardens Want Illegal Trapper

Updated: 12/20/2012 - Nevada's Wildlife Department is asking for the public's help tonight in finding a trapper who illegally set traps in a major trial area just off the Mt. Rose Highway. The traps posed a threat to hikers, dogs, horses and riders.

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Local Gun Sales Up

Updated: 12/19/2012 - In anticipation of a possible gun ban, many local residents who thought of putting off buying a gun are now acting on that thought. Local gun stores are reporting a brisk business.

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Local Marine Gets Promotion

Posted: 12/18/2012 - A Sparks mother won’t be able to spend the holiday season with her Marine son, but he already gave her an early holiday present.

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Wild Horse Advocates Ask For Cooperation

Updated: 12/12/2012 - Standing room only at the Nevada Department of Agriculture Meeting today, that's not typical. But wild horses advocates were there to tell the board their objections to the Agriculture Department's recent trapping of wild horses, and why they want to be involved in decisions regarding their capture.

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California Terrorism Suspect Ordered Held Without Bond

Updated: 12/11/2012 - Federal prosecutors say a Southern California man suspected of being the ringleader of a plot to kill Americans by aiding terrorists in Afghanistan has been ordered held without bond.

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Sandbagging 101: A How-To Guide

Updated: 12/10/2012 - Nearly two weeks ago, local residents were asked to prepare for a flood. Both Reno and Sparks made sand and bag available to homeowners and businesses to protect their property. The flood never happened, but if it did, you may be surprised by how ineffective the sand bag protection would have been.

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Man Who Died in Mountains Remembered

Posted: 12/08/2012 - The brother-in-law of Roderick Clifton is remembering Clifton as dedicated, and fun to be around. Don Emlaw is the general manager at Schwan's in Moundhouse. Emlaw said Clifton, an electrician and resident of the Sacramento area, often drove to Nevada. Emlaw said Clifton visited Emlaw's wife -- Clifton's sister.

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"Be A Santa To A Soldier" Deadline Extended

Updated: 12/07/2012 - We've received quite a few Christmas and gift cards for our “Be A Santa To A Soldier” campaign. The deadline to drop off the cards was Friday. But that deadline has been extended over the weekend so that you can make Christmas a little more special for Nevada men and women serving in Afghanistan.

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Nevada Gaming Revenues Up in October

Posted: 12/07/2012 - Nevada state gambling revenues are continuing a slight upward trend, with officials reporting that casinos won almost 2 percent more in October compared with the same month a year ago.

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