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Road rage shooting victim dies
Sparks police have not yet made an arrest in the Oct. 31 incident
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Biker shooting suspect back in Washoe Co.
Member of Vagos gang wanted for killing a Hells Angel president in Sparks
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Lockdowns lifted at Shaw Middle, Spanish Springs High schools
Report of person pointing gun at school was unfounded
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Officer nearly run over after large fight
Party on Coney Island Drive got out of control
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Road projects on City Council agenda today
Both corrective and preventative, bicycle and pedestrian work set for 2012-2013 year
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Two arrested for sexual assault after woman says ‘stop’
Police were called to the Sands early Saturday morning
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Sparks man arrested in hit-and-run death of TV sports director
JK Metzker was killed after the UNR football game Saturday night
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Graffiti awareness at CAB meeting
Spanish Springs residents get a lesson in removal, reporting crimes
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More space to play outside
New trailhead in Spanish Springs unveiled Saturday
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Romney’s political shifts stir criticism
When he was running for Massachusetts governor in 2002, Mitt Romney’s campaign courted voters at a Boston Gay Pride weekend by handing out fliers proclaiming “All citizens deserve equal rights, regardless of sexual preference.”
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A Salute to the Soldiers
Veterans Day parade honors America’s heroes, past and present
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Eye on home, Obama heads for Asia-Pacific summit
CORONADO, Calif. (AP) — President Barack Obama is jetting away from Washington’s political and budget battles just as crucial decisions and deadlines approach, focusing instead on Asia-Pacific nations and trying to persuade voters at home the distant region is essential to American jobs and security. Obama departed Friday for summits in Hawaii and Indonesia and a visit to Australia in between. For nine days, the president will be as many as 10...
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Italy moves toward economic and political change
ROME (AP) — Under pressure to control its dangerous debt, Italy sped a package of reforms toward approval Friday and prepared to hand its dysfunctional government over to a technocrat who Europe hopes can save the country from going broke. Financial markets around the world rallied in relief. In its own step toward stability, Greece, which preceded Italy as the epicenter of the European debt crisis, installed a new prime minister. The Dow Jone...
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Colony to honor Native American veterans
Country music star will be special guest
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Not Fading Away
Local events scheduled today to celebrate America’s veterans
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Sketch released of suspect in attacks on elderly women
Man wanted for lying in wait and robbing, raping one victim
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