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Physicians' Spouses Rummage Sale Saturday

Updated: 03/01/2013 - An event Saturday promises you a real steal, without breaking the law. Its the Physicians' Spouses Annual Rummage Sale. One of kind items, good quality good, all at low prices. This decades old event is not to be missed.

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New Tougher More Expensive GED

Updated: 02/28/2013 - Local students interested in earning a GED are being encouraged to do so this year, before the test gets tougher and moer expensive. A major overhaul of the 70 year old credentialing program is slated for 2014. The changes have both teachers and students worried about who will be left behind.

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Texting and Walking Bill Slated for Committee Talk

Posted: 02/28/2013 - If AB123 passes its committee and makes it into law, it would be illegal for pedestrians to read, browse the internet or enter data with hand-held devices while crossing roads in the state.

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Parole Denied for 1991 Murderer of Henderson Wife

Posted: 02/28/2013 - Convicted murderer Simon Macias has been ordered to remain in prison 22 years after murdering his 19-year-old wife and dumping her body in the desert outside of Las Vegas.

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Sequestration & Northern Nevada

Updated: 02/28/2013 - Unless lawmakers are able to come to some kind of eleventh hour agreement, sequestration will take effect in the late hours of Friday here in Reno. By most accounts those of us in the Truckee Meadows may not feel the ramifications immediately.

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Tahoe's Clarity Best Since 2002 At 75.3 Feet

Updated: 02/27/2013 - Scientists at Lake Tahoe say continued improvement in the clarity of the mountain waters has convinced them that regulating land use and taking other steps to protect the lake are paying off.

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Speed Limit Could Be Raised to 85

Updated: 02/26/2013 - If you could drive faster on Nevada highways, would you? A bill has been introduced in Carson City that could increase the speed limit up to 85 miles an hour.

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Bill Revises Nevada Wildlife Commission

Posted: 02/26/2013 - At least one member of the Nevada Wildlife Commission would have to hold a four-year degree in environmental science or a related field and have expertise in threatened or endangered species under a bill introduced in the Nevada Senate.

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Run, Retreat, Resist During Workplace Shooting

Updated: 06/19/2014 - For our Crime Crackdown special, we want to again showcase a 2012 piece on what happens on a variety of levels during a shooting in a crowded business environment.

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Nevada Bill Would Expand Full-Day Kindergarten

Posted: 02/25/2013 - Implementing full-day kindergarten is a priority for Democrats in the Nevada Legislature, but the ambitious proposal comes with an as yet undetermined price tag or funding.

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Bills Address Habitual Offenders, Big Retail Theft

Posted: 02/19/2013 - One piece of legislation that cracks down on organized retail theft and another aimed at refining the filing of habitual offender status in criminal cases are now before the Assembly Committee on the Judiciary.

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Senate Committee to Discuss Claiming Sovereignty

Posted: 02/19/2013 - The Nevada Senate Committee on Legislative Operations and Elections is scheduled to deliberate on a resolution to claim sovereignty under the 10th Amendment of the United States Constitution.

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