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Governor Asks Community Leaders for Budget Suggestions

Updated: 02/02/2010 - Our state is trying to fill a nearly $1 billion shortfall. Meanwhile cities across Nevada are asking lawmakers to back off. The say they’ve done their share pointing out that last year's budget was balanced by money that was taken from them.

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Douglas County Drug Roundup

Updated: 01/29/2010 - Douglas County Sheriff’s officers are hoping to protect teens from prescription medication by holding a community wide drug roundup. They are teaming up with local pharmacies to collect and safely dispose of the pills. Pet medications, needles, and prescription liquids will also be accepted at collection sites.

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"Hair For Haiti" Cut-a-Thon

Updated: 01/29/2010 - Have you asked yourself recently how you could help the earthquake survivors in Haiti?

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Red Garter Up for Auction

Posted: 01/25/2010 - The Holder Hospitality Group's Red Garter Hotel & Casino in West Wendover is scheduled to go up for auction on Feb. 16 at the Elko County Courthouse.

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Arrest Made in North Reno Shooting

Updated: 01/22/2010 - Reno police have arrested a man in connection with a shooting in North Reno over the weekend. 23-year-old Stevie Lashawn Wilson was arrested at his home on Trainer Way Friday.

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Parking Officer Gives Chase, Calls for Backup

Updated: 01/12/2010 - The actions of a Reno Parking Enforcement Officer are under review, after a road rage incident escalates into a standoff in a Northwest neighborhood. The off-duty city employee was angered during an encounter with another driver. Driving an unmarked personal vehicle, he chased the other driver to a home on Nicholette Drive.

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Suspected Taggers Arrested on S. Virginia

Updated: 01/09/2010 - Two men allegedly caught in the act of tagging and vandalizing buildings along South Virginia Street were arrested early Friday morning.

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Sportsbooks Busy During Bowl Season

Updated: 01/05/2010 - “Ever since the day after Christmas it's been gang busters and nonstop action.” Nick Bogdanovich, manager at the CalNeva Sportsbook, says business has been good this bowl season. He says despite the recession, more people seem to be betting on their favorite teams this year.

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The Fight Against Christmas Commercialism

Updated: 12/21/2009 - Each year as retailers gear up for the holidays, the usual rhetoric begins. Churches and activists cry out against Christmas commercialism and in support of the deeper meaning of the holiday. In this struggling economy, the idea is starting to take hold.

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Suicide Attempts Increasing in Washoe County

Updated: 10/15/2014 - Loss of life is a growing consequence of our down economy. 40 people in Washoe County took their own lives last year. While the complete data is not yet available, experts say we will likely see double that number of suicide deaths in 2009.

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Local Children Living With Hunger

Updated: 12/15/2009 - Imagine going an entire weekend without a meal. It’s a reality for a growing number of kids in our community. Many of these children have unstable living situations, staying with friends, in motels, or even on the street. At school, they qualify for free and reduced meal programs. When class gets out on Friday afternoon they know they many not eat again until Monday morning.

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Supernanny Casting in Reno

Posted: 12/07/2009 - The hit ABC show Supernanny is holding an open casting call in Reno.

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A Closer Look at Swine Flu Vaccine

Updated: 11/24/2009 - As swine flu kills more people across the U.S., the number of deaths in Nevada has now reached thirty. The government is taking steps to curb the pandemic, issuing free vaccines for high risk groups, but certain ingredients in those vaccines are controversial and some parents are opting out.

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Nevada Unemployment Rate Falls To 13%

Updated: 11/20/2009 - Nevada's unemployment rate leveled out a bit in October, at 13%. This decline is the first drop since the rate began rising in 2008.

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Immunity-Boosting Tips for Flu Season

Updated: 11/19/2009 - When flu season comes around, there are a number of ways to boost your immunities. Aside from flu shots and eating healthy, you can also take a number of supplements. We spoke with Whole Foods to get tips on the best ones for your body.

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