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Colorado Man Found Dead in Northeast Nevada Jail

Posted: 06/25/2010 - A sheriff's official says a 49-year-old Colorado man apparently hanged himself at the Elko County jail while being held on identity theft, drug possession and fugitive warrant charges.

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Driver Killed in Incline Village Crash Identified

Updated: 06/21/2010 - The driver, who was killed when his big rig crashed into an Incline Village home, has been identified as Frederick Matthews of San Diego. His family says he was an experienced driver. Now they’re hoping than an investigation will provide answers that may prevent this type of accident from happening again.

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Go to Class, Maybe win a Car

Posted: 06/21/2010 - He never missed a day, now a Damonte Ranch High School student now has a new car.

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Parents Need Whooping Cough Vaccination

Updated: 06/14/2010 - Infants and young children are susceptible to Whooping Cough without immunization. That’s why health officials are encouraging families to create a “cocoon” of protection around the most vulnerable. That means making sure parents, siblings and caregivers have up to date vaccinations to avoid bringing the disease into the home, where babies could be exposed.

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Miss Reno Rodeo 2011 Crowned

Updated: 06/12/2010 - It's one of the biggest nights of the Reno Rodeo events: the Miss Reno Rodeo coronation.

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Conservative NV Radio Host: Angle Must Slide Left

Updated: 06/09/2010 - Nevada Democrats aren't the only ones talking about the far-right wing views of the Republican who won the nomination to face Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in November.

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Ducks in the Road

Updated: 05/14/2010 - A construction project is on hold in Sparks, after crews found a feathered friend on site.

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Seniors Fear Loss of County Support

Updated: 05/11/2010 - Seniors living mostly on fixed incomes depend on meals, services and companionship found at Centers around Washoe County. However, budget struggles have meant tough cuts, reducing Washoe County Senior Services staff by nearly 20% since 2007.

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Hug Baseball Thankful for Community Support

Updated: 05/01/2010 - Last week the Hug High baseball team was dealt a devastating blow when nearly $3,000 of sports equipment was stolen from the vehicle of an assistant coach. That left many players without the basic gear necessary to play. The team is back on the field this week though, thanks to the donations made by many generous community members.

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S. Virginia Reopened Following Fatal Accident

Updated: 04/19/2010 - Police have reopened a section of S. Virginia Street between Damonte Ranch Parkway and the 431 interchange. The roadway was closed for three hours while authorities investigated a fatal car accident.

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Distressed Sale Notices Jump In Washoe County

Updated: 04/16/2010 - Trustee sale notices for distressed properties in Washoe County climbed sharply in March, signaling another potential wave of bank-owned foreclosures this summer.

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NV Board OKs Health Reform Startup Costs

Updated: 04/14/2010 - A Nevada oversight panel chaired by Gov. Jim Gibbons gave initial approval Tuesday to $279,000 in startup planning costs for the federal health reform law Gibbons intends to challenge on constitutional grounds.

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$2.5 Million More in WCSD Cuts

Updated: 04/06/2010 - It’s the largest reduction ever for the Washoe County School District. Superintendent Heath Morrison announced a successful contract agreement with Central Services employees Monday. The agreement reduces spending by $2.5 million through cuts and reorganization of mid-level managers, administration and support positions.

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Water Taxi at Lake Tahoe Considered

Posted: 04/03/2010 - TAHOE CITY, Calif. (AP) - A former San Francisco lawyer is seeking government approval for a pilot program for a public water taxi at Lake Tahoe.

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Pony Express Anniversary

Posted: 04/03/2010 - RENO, Nev. (AP) - Nevada history buffs held events Saturday to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Pony Express.

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Spring Storm Frustrates Travelers

Updated: 03/30/2010 - A strong spring storm system has blown its way into Northern Nevada, prompting high wind warnings and blowing dust advisories. Rain is expected to turn to snow on the valley floor Tuesday. In Washoe Valley campers and other high-profile vehicles have been prohibited, but that’s not the only place where gusting winds have caused problems. On I-80 blowing dust and debris is limiting visibility for drivers, as wind pushes and tugs at vehicles.

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El Rancho Drive-In Now Open

Updated: 03/28/2010 - While some movie theaters are still raising ticket prices, Drive-Ins like El Rancho in Sparks are a good bargain, and a memorable experience for families. Before the gates open Friday, crews spent hours getting ready for the season. The movie screens have been repainted to improve picture quality, and they’ve added Dolby digital sound.

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Fundraiser Features Fair's New Western Heritage Theme

Updated: 03/20/2010 - Nevada's State Fair has been a tradition for more than one hundred years. While it draws a lot of people into our community, operating costs can be overwhelming. Friday night, the Nevada State Fair Board of Directors invited the public to a fundraising banquet to help defray those costs, and spread the word about a new theme for the fair.

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Pentagon Shooting Has A Reno Connection

Updated: 03/05/2010 - Law enforcement officials say the California man who opened fire on police outside the Pentagon, was arrested and staying in Reno.

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Car Crash Saves Northern Nevada Man's Life

Updated: 02/23/2010 - A Northern Nevada man is lucky to be alive, after being hit by a moving vehicle while crossing the street. Sean Beauchamp suffered a broken leg, head lacerations and head trauma, but the crash that could have killed him, may have actually saved his life.

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Winter Storm Warning in Place Until 7 pm Sunday

Updated: 02/24/2010 - The National Weather Service has extended a winter storm warning until 7pm Sunday night for Reno, Tahoe, Carson City, North Valleys, and surrounding areas. Heavy snow is expected.

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Opportunity For Free Pediatric Medical Care

Updated: 02/20/2010 - This Saturday, February 20, representatives from the Shriners' Hospital for Children will be looking for patients. Shriners' Hospitals specialize in pediatric orthopaedics, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palates. The screening will take place at the HAWC Clinic: 1055 South Wells Avenue, Reno from 9am-noon.

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