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A Hoot and a Howl
Newborn owls call local retirement community home
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Road to fiscal responsibility
RTC announces changes that have resulted in a balanced budget
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Parties get a say in Nev. special election
A Nevada judge is saying political parties can pick who will appear on the ballot for the Silver State’s first special election to fill a vacant U.S. House seat.
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Census shows Nevada less attractive to families
Economically-ravaged Nevada might be slightly less attractive to traditional families than in years past, according to the U.S. Census.
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Writing the book on efficiency
Washoe County Library looks to cut spending, absorb cuts
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Rancho takes down Cougars, 3-2
Whichever team lost Thursday’s first-round state playoff was going to feel it had every chance in the world to win it. In the end, it was Spanish Springs that left with a sour taste in its mouth.
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Interstate 80 to get a facelift
Construction begins today in an effort to improve travel times
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Seniors vs. Subsidies
Reid likens tax breaks for big oil to reduced Medicare funding
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Nevada panel adds $100M to higher ed
Democrats still need Republican support to actually fund the plan
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County commissioners approve 2011-12 budget
Deficits could still grow if Gov. Sandoval’s budget is approved
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History Un-Capsulated
Time capsule from 1965 opened at Nevada Discovery Museum, being built on the site of old Reno city hall
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Intruder blasts way into home
SWAT team looks for man who used a shotgun in attempted home invasion
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