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Woman's body found in river near park
69-year-old Reno resident floated into water authority area
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School trustees to discuss parental involvement
District to consider financing $5.6 million for new buses
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Jobless rate drops statewide
Congress still battling over extension of unemployment benefits, payroll tax cut
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Signature gathering OK’d for anti-abortion measure
Judge orders pro-life group to rewrite the proposed amendment to state constitution
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County issues red alert for air quality
Children, pregnant women, the elderly advised to be extra cautious
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Nevada leads nation in out-of-state transplants
Just 24% of Nevadans were born in the state
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Rewards offered in robberies at Philly Cheesesteak, AM/PM
Secret Witness is offering rewards of $1,500 in both cases
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BLM sued over NV mustang castration, roundup plans
Activists say plan to neuter wild horses is ‘scientifically unsound’
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Among Nevada’s deployed, fears of being unemployed
Sgt. Stephen Belcher is the face of the Nevada Army National Guard in Afghanistan.
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Needy kids get treated to Christmas on the Corridor
Community volunteers joined the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Saturday to distribute gifts to thousands of needy children and seniors who live along Reno’s 4th, 5th and 6th streets corridor.
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RTC wants firearms off buses
Audit finds problems with commission’s financial statements
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SEC charges ex-Fannie, Freddie CEOs with fraud
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday brought civil fraud charges against six former top executives at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, saying they misled investors about risky subprime loans the mortgage giants held when the housing bubble burst. Those charged include the agencies’ two former CEOs, Fannie’s Daniel Mudd and Freddie’s Richard Syron. They are the highest-profile individuals to be charged in connection wit...
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A Gift for all Seasons
Food Bank receives $25,000 from Dermody Properties
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Nevada tops nation in foreclosures for 59th month
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada has posted the nation’s highest state foreclosure rate for the 59th straight month in November even while analysts say a new state law passed in October is keeping activity artificially low. For the second month in a row, the slowdown kept Las Vegas out of its former spot as foreclosure rate capital in the U.S. The city stands at No. 6. Data released Thursday by RealtyTrac Inc. shows 6,512 Nevada housing units saw a for...
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