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Time Change for Gingrich Rally in Reno Wednesday

Updated: 02/01/2012 - Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich and his wife Callista will be in Reno Wednesday, February 1st. His rally was scheduled for noon, but it has been moved to 1pm at the Great Basin Brewery at 5525 South Virginia Street. It is open to the public, and people are urged to get there early.

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Woman Taking Plea Deal in Teen Shovel Death

Updated: 01/24/2012 - One of two West Wendover High School students accused of killing a classmate and burying her in the desert has signed a plea deal that would spare her a possible death sentence or life without parole if she's convicted.

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Cops OK Search for 'Speed Freak Killers' Victims

Posted: 01/20/2012 - Authorities have decided to move forward with plans to transport a convicted serial killer to California's Central Valley, where he says a dozen or more victims are buried.

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APInterview: Sandoval Says Tax Talk Premature

Posted: 01/20/2012 - Gov. Brian Sandoval remains bullish about Nevada's economic future and discounts banter about pending tax initiatives as premature and wrong for the state.

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Wildfire Near Reno Destroys More than 20 Homes

Updated: 01/20/2012 - A brush fire fueled by 82 mph wind gusts burned more than 20 homes Thursday and forced thousands of people to evacuate their neighborhoods before firefighters stopped the flames' surge toward Reno.

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Nevada Elected Officials Rake in Gifts

Updated: 01/19/2012 - Tickets to sporting events, star-studded award shows, hotel accommodations, travel and clothes were among gifts reported by some of Nevada's highest elected officials on recent financial disclosure statements.

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Wildlife Officials Propose Shorter Nevada Bear Hunt

Updated: 01/17/2012 - Now that Nevada's inaugural black bear hunt is over, state wildlife officials are proposing a shorter hunting season this year and excluding the Tahoe Basin from hunting.

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Nevada State Prison's Future Hangs in Balance

Updated: 01/10/2012 - As we say goodbye to Nevada State Prison, a new book, a Facebook page and blogs invite the public to learn and share is amazing history. But will the public ever be invited inside to see it for themselves, or will they be locked out of these storied walls forever?

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Suspect in 2-State Crime Spree Waives Extradition

Posted: 01/09/2012 - A Utah woman arrested in Nevada in connection with a two-state crime spree has waived extradition to Utah where she's a suspect in the killing of an elderly couple.

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Nevada Tribes, Enviros Lose Suit Against Big Gold Mine

Posted: 01/06/2012 - A federal judge in Reno has ruled against environmentalists and tribal leaders who say the U.S. government is breaking the law by failing to protect water resources from damage caused by the biggest gold mine in Nevada.

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McDonald's Offers Free Small Coffee for 2 Weeks

Updated: 01/05/2012 - Local McDonald’s restaurants in the Greater Reno-Tahoe area will be kicking off the new year by offering a free small cup of coffee to its customers. No purchase necessary.

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Suspects in Utah-Nevada Crime Spree Held in Jail

Posted: 01/04/2012 - The suspects in the killing of an elderly Utah couple and the shooting of a Nevada woman who fought off a carjacking are being held in a Nevada jail on suspicion of kidnapping, robbery and an attempted murder charge.

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