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NATO attack allegedly kills Pakistani troops
Pakistan on Saturday blocked vital supply routes for U.S.-led troops in Afghanistan and demanded Washington vacate a base used by American drones after coalition aircraft allegedly killed 24 Pakistani troops.
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Caughlin Fire restoration efforts to begin this week
Public safety and rehabilitation crews will be on site throughout the week.
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Reward offered in bank robbery case
Secret Witness is offering a reward in the amount of $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the suspect wanted in connection with the robbery of the Wells Fargo Bank ar 4045 S. Virginia St. in Reno on Nov. 25.
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Reed redemption
Raiders avenge last season’s playoff loss to Carson with 49-0 rout
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Earlier deals, longer hours woo Black Friday shoppers
NEW YORK (AP) – Black Friday crowds are a blessing and a curse. Early signs point to bigger crowds at the nation’s malls and stores as retailers like Target and Macy’s opened their doors at midnight on the most anticipated shopping day of the year and a few others opened on Thanksgiving Day. Shoppers were mostly peaceful across the country, but a few violent incidents broke out as millions of shoppers rushed into stores and tensions flared. It...
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Shop local, revive the economy
How supporting local businesses this holiday season can renew the Truckee Meadows
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Two fires burn near Reno, no structures threatened
Firefighters in the Reno area were fighting two blazes, but no structures were threatened.
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Witness: Biker killing at Nugget casino was a mistake
Chatting peacefully on the floor of a Nevada casino, a senior Hells Angels leader and a 27-year veteran of the rival Vagos motorcycle gang thought they had negotiated a truce between competing members who’d been itching for a fight at a weekend long biker festival.
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Legends, Summit malls ready for Black Friday
First store openings set for 10 p.m. tonight
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One killed in rollover near Fernley
Two others survived single-vehicle accident
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Schools warned to ‘not spend down fund balances’
Property taxes affect district funding, finance director reports
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Feed The Hungry
Nugget has provided holiday meals to the less fortunate since 1955
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Caughlin Fire responders, victims to be honored at Thanksgiv...
Interfaith gathering to be held at St. John's Presbyterian Church in Reno
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Sparks city offices will be closed Thursday and Friday
SPARKS — In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, Sparks City Hall will be closed on Thursday and Friday. This includes the Community Services Department (formerly Community Development) now located at City Hall. Additionally, Sparks Parks & Recreation will be closed including the Alf Sorensen and the Larry D. Johnson community centers. The Alf Sorensen center will have regular operating hours Saturday.
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What You Say?
Annual ‘public attitude’ telephone survey of Sparks residents is next week
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Jobless rate holds steady across state
Unemployment down in Reno-Sparks
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