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Assembly Dems outline Nevada jobs plan
Republicans say the plan amounts to ‘big government ideas and empty promises’
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Biggest Little City is getting ready to be bowled over
Crews from Brunswick are setting up lanes on Virginia Street
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Sparks seniors spared early center closure
Council offers hope to keep doors open
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Local businesses hopeful court will strike down Obamacare
Romney supporters speak against mandate
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Bus service route changes in effect
Several routes through Sparks affected
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Memorial to honor 2011 Reno air race crash victims
Officials hope to design and erect the monument by this year’s event in September
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NNCCF selects, congratulates scholarship winners
Cancer survivors helped by local non-profit
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Reno police still trying to ID robbery suspect
Little Caesars restaurant was robbed in May
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59 cited in undercover pedestrian operation
Police monitor increased midtown Reno traffic
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City gets boost from pro bowling events
US Women’s Open puts millions of dollars into local economy, lanes underneath Reno’s famous arch
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Family Reunion
After believing for 37 years that his father murdered his mother, a Reno resident gets help from a non-profit to be reunited with his mother
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Avoiding the ‘carpocalypse’
RTC, Reno Bike Project push for bike lanes on 4th Street
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Financially-strapped Nevada city declared disaster 

NORTH LAS VEGAS — There are no signs of rioters, wind-damaged homes or flooding. The brand new City Hall features gleaming marble floors and the public recreation centers offer Zumba, karate and Pilates classes. Despite all of its suburban trimmings, North Las Vegas is officially a disaster area. After five years of declining property taxes, massive layoffs and questionable spending, leaders of the blue-collar, family-oriented city outside Las...
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Owner of renowned Elko western store dies
J.M. Capriola Co. owner dies at age 59 after a horse accident Wednesday night
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Growing A Market
Sparks Farmers’ Market changes benefit families, shoppers
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Feds announce 1st major solar plant on tribal land
Indian reservation outside of Las Vegas will be site of solar energy project
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