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Man arrested for $63,000 worth of graffiti damage.

Reno Police arrest man for 522 counts of graffiti causing $63,000 worth of damage.

Sunny skies, warm days, and chilly nights are in the forecast through next week. A trough will move through the Pacific Northwest over the weekend, increasing wind and cooling temperatures a few degrees for our area. The wind will bring critical fire weather conditions at times, especially on Saturday. Temperatures are on the way back up next week. Fall arrives on Saturday at 6:54 PM PDT. -Jeff

If you know anything about these burglaries, you can contact Reno Police Department or Secret Witness 775-322-4900.

A couple says a man stole about $3,000 worth of cash, jewelry and tools from their home.

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