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Shuttered Nevada Prison Closer to Being Tourist Attraction

Posted: 06/13/2015 - It's easy to see why state officials closed the Nevada State Prison in 2012 after it operated for 150 years. The Carson City complex features cramped cells, uneven walkways and outdated blind spots that make guards nervous.

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TMCC to Offer 2 New Bachelor Degrees

Updated: 06/12/2015 - The Nevada Board of Regents approved today two new Bachelor of Applied Science degrees to be offered by Truckee Meadows Community College starting in the Fall Semester of 2016.

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Hydrocodone Prescriptions Getting Harder to Obtain

Updated: 06/13/2015 - Nevada's Board of Pharmacy says it's getting reports of a shortage of hydrocodone, a prescription pain reliever. For now, there is no confirmed shortage, just anecdotal evidence. It may be related to new DEA regulations and classification of hydrocodone.

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Local Pools Open for Season

Updated: 06/12/2015 - The city of Reno will open Idlewild and Traner Pools to the public this weekend, in time for the summer season.

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Reno Council Approves Blight Initiative

Updated: 06/12/2015 - Reno City Council members want to help take the trash out of your neighborhood. Wednesday night, they voted unanimously to set $1 million aside to remove blight from the Biggest Little City.

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Elko Man Pleads Guilty to Illegal Trapping

Updated: 06/11/2015 - Stemming from a multi-month investigation in Lander and Elko Counties, an Elko man has been sentenced for illegal trapping in Elko Justice Court

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Cleaning Up After a Flood

Updated: 06/11/2015 - Flooding can leave a large mess, which means you'll need to act quickly to salvage what you can.

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Prosecutors Tout New Victim Rights Laws

Updated: 06/10/2015 - New laws on the Nevada books call for stiffer penalties against child abuse and those who deal in human trafficking and revenge pornography.

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More Than $2K Raised for 2015 Stuff-a-Bus

Posted: 06/10/2015 - The City of Reno, Regional Transportation Commission (RTC), and Washoe County Senior Services have collected the barrels, sorted the donations, and tallied the results of May's Stuff-a-Bus for Seniors Donation Drive.

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Six Mile Canyon Reopens After Mudslide

Posted: 06/09/2015 - Tuesday evening's severe weather wreaked havoc on the Dayton area, causing downpours, flooding, hail and even a mudslide.

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