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Keeping the River Festival Safe

Updated: 05/11/2013 - Security measures in place at this year's Boston Marathon were not enough to prevent the tragic bombing. In light of that, event planners across the country are reviewing safety practices, and once again tightening the reigns. That includes Reno River Festival on the Truckee.

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River Rescue Called Off

Posted: 05/10/2013 - A river rescue search was called off early Friday morning in Idlewild Park

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High School Auto Tech Championship

Posted: 05/09/2013 - Today's cars are more complicated than ever. That's why AAA and Ford are teaming up to encourage the next generation of Mechanics. Ten teams of 2 students gathered at John Ascuaga's Nugget in Sparks Thursday to participate in a state-wide competition.

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Medical Funds Needed to Help Care for Injured Puppy

Posted: 05/09/2013 - Stover, a stray puppy, was brought to Nevada Humane Society through Washoe County Regional Animal Services with a rare injury. The three-month-old miniature pinscher/chihuahua mix was found by a good Samaritan with both right legs broken, leading veterinary staff to believe Stover was hit by a car.

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Caught On Video: Taggers Doing Their Worst

Posted: 05/09/2013 - Taggers hit Idlewild Park early Sunday morning leaving 30 or more examples of their crime. A neighborhood resident witnessed it, recorded it and called police. It led to one arrest, a rare victory in the war against graffiti.

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Tony Franco: Missing For 30 Years

Updated: 05/09/2013 - The rescue in Cleveland of 3 women is a story of survival and hope. A story that one Northern Nevada woman needs more of these days. 30 years ago Thursday, Liza Ackerman-Stewart's son came up missing on this way to school. The last time she saw her son, Tony Franco, was when she laid out his clothes for school that morning. Stories like the one out of Cleveland where the 3 women were found nearly a decade bring about mixed emotions.

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Sixth Grader Gets New Bike After Getting Robbed

Updated: 05/08/2013 - A 12-year-old boy got the surprise of his life at school Wednesday, when just last Thursday, he was robbed and beaten up by two teens. The community came together to make this sixth-grader's day.

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Traffic Death Tally Being Broadcast on Billboards

Updated: 05/08/2013 - The Nevada Department of Transportation plans to start displaying tallies of the state's traffic deaths on digital billboards in hopes of pushing safer driving.

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Councilmembers Could be Elected by Individual Wards

Updated: 05/07/2013 - Reno City Councilmembers would be elected by voters in individual wards, or sections of the city, under a bill being debated. Currently, the mayor and at-large councilmember are elected city-wide. Councilmembers who represent wards must win primary elections in those wards, then win a city-wide general election. The bill would make the general election ward-only.

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Butcher Boy Back With Online Sales

Posted: 05/07/2013 - Butcher Boy Meats is back in Reno, but not with a brick-and-mortar store. Ken and Clint Jolly are starting to sell a small selection of their specialty meats online.

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