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Vehicle Versus Bicycle Crash Near Kietzke and Stewart

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Reno Police say there is a vehicle versus bicycle crash near Kietzke and Stewart.

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Nevada Track & Field Competes in Day One of NCAA West Prelims

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Three members of the Nevada Wolf Pack track & field team wrapped up their season Thursday, opening action at the 2017 NCAA West Preliminaries in Austin, Texas.

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Keeping Ozone Levels Down Video included

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Our air quality is usually in the good or moderate range but it dipped into the unhealthy for sensitive groups level this week. Along with fires, cars will also contribute to our air quality this summer.

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Nevada's Top FBI Official Talks Terror, Opioid Addiction Video included

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Cooperation between civilians and the FBI is needed to help with issues like terrorism attacks and curbing opioid abuse. We spoke to Aaron C. Rouse, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI in Las Vegas about these issues. 

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Washoe County Offers Help for Nevadans to Quit Smoking

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Washoe County is offering free medications and assistance with a Quitline to help Nevadans to quit smoking and to stop using tobacco products. 

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LCSO: Fire in Dayton Knocked Down Video included

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Update: Lyon County Sheriff's Office says the fire on Keystone has been knocked down.

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Spanish Springs Boil Order Lifted Video included

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Update: Great Basin Water Co. says that the precautionary boil water advisory for the Spanish Springs area has been lifted effective immediately. 

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Authorities Seek Teen in Robbery Case; Second Teen Sentenced in Prison Video included

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The Washoe County District Attorney's office says one teen remains on the loose in a robbery case, while another teen has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.

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Nevada Women's Fund Salutes Women of Achievement Video included

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The Nevada Women's Fund honored more than 70 women on Thursday for their personal and professional achievements and contributions to the community.

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Deputies: Semi-Truck Driver Crashes Through Doors at Moonlite Bunny Ranch Video included

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Authorities say a former trucking employee was arrested Thursday after he crashed a semi-truck through the front doors of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch brothel near Carson City.

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NHP: Semi-Truck Rollover on US-395 North Near Spaghetti Bowl

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Nevada Highway Patrol says a semi-truck rollover has shut down a portion of US-395 before I-580/US-395 Oddie Blvd exit. Two other cars were involved. No one was seriously hurt.

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Reno Funeral Home Fined For Improper Storage Video included

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La Paloma Funeral Services says the Nevada Attorney General’s Office has fined the facility $80,000 for improperly storing bodies. 

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Federal Appeals Court Upholds Block on President Trump's Travel Ban Video included

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A federal appeals court has dealt another blow to President Donald Trump's revised travel ban targeting six Muslim-majority countries.

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Investigation Underway After Brush Fire Breaks Out in Silver Springs Video included

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An investigation is underway after a brush fire broke out and spread to two sheds in Silver Springs early Thursday afternoon.

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Someone 2 Know: Mark Rincon Video included

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Students with special needs are thriving at Anderson Elementary in Reno. We'll introduce you to their teacher in this week’s Someone 2 Know.

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Governor Sandoval Considers Raising Minimum Wages

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Nevada's Republican governor says he is considering raising minimum wages for the first time in seven years amid ongoing negotiations with Democratic legislative leaders.

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President Trump Budget Would Allow Sale of Wild Horses for Slaughter

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President Trump's budget proposal calls for saving $10 million next year by selling wild horses captured throughout the West without a guarantee from buyers that the animals won't be resold for slaughter.

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Chick-fil-A Opens in South Reno, Campers Get 52 Free Sandwiches Video included

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Chick-fil-A opened in South Reno Thursday morning. Over 100 people camped overnight to be there for the 6 a.m. opening. 

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One Person Hospitalized After Shooting in Downtown Reno Video included

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One man has been hospitalized after a shooting at Barbara Bennett Park in downtown Reno.

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Construction Industry Booming in South Reno Video included

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Nevada's construction employment grew 13 percent in the last six months, and a big part of that growth is commercial construction, which is happening all over the region.

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Montana GOP Hopeful Charged With Misdemeanor Assault Video included

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Congressional candidate Greg Gianforte is being charged with misdemeanor assault after a reporter said the Republican "body-slammed him" Wednesday, the day before the polls close in the nationally watched special election.

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Washoe County Sheriff's Office Lights Up For Memorial Day Video included

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The Washoe County Sheriff's Office building on Parr Boulevard will be more colorful after exterior lights were added today.

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WCSD Sees Nearly $250,000 in Overpaid Lunch Funds Video included

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The Washoe County School District is considering using overpaid lunch funds to offset overdue accounts; but the means for doing so does not currently exist.  The district's Chief Operating Officer, Pete Etchart says they're awaiting legal advice and guidance from the Nevada Department of Agriculture (NDA) before going forward with the option.

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Brush Fire Near Conestoga Mobile Home Park in Wadsworth Video included

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Truckee Meadows Fire Department says there was a brush fire near the Conestoga Mobile Home park in Wadsworth.

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Weather Service Launches New Heat Risk Tool Video included

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Similar to the air quality chart, we now have several different categories when it comes to heat. There are five different levels going from zero in green which means no risk to 4 in magenta being a very high risk and impacting lots of people.

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Gov. Sandoval Signs Bill Requiring All Nevada High Schools to Offer Dual Credit

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Governor Sandoval has signed a Senate bill into law now requiring all Nevada high schools to provide dual-credit opportunities to students. 

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Police Investigate Fatal Crash on Double R Blvd. in South Reno Video included

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Police say one driver died in a crash on Double R Boulevard on Sandhill Road Wednesday afternoon in south Reno.

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Precautionary Boil Water Order in Spanish Springs and Bridle Path Area Video included

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A precautionary boil order is in effect for Spanish Spring residents who are customers of the Great Basin Water Co.

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Sparks Police Seek Missing, Suicidal Man Video included

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Sparks Police are asking for help finding a suicidal, 74 year-old man who went missing earlier this month.

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Sparks Police Seek Woman Missing Since May 4th

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Sparks Police need your help finding 24-year-old Chastity Renee Valencia, who was last seen on May 4th. 

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Lyon County Sheriff's Office Searching for Missing Teen

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The Lyon County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to locate a missing teen from Fernley.

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