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On Your Side: Reno VA stabbing getting national attention 

Newly-appointed VA Secretary Bob McDonald spoke for the first time about News 4's On Your Side investigation from last week, involving a patient stabbing at the Reno VA Hospital.

Child porn investigation takes an even darker turn 

Updated: 8/15/2014 5:25:00 PM   8 comments Comments

ON YOUR SIDE: Marine stabbed in Reno VA hospital seeks answers 

Updated: 8/11/2014 6:50:00 PM   2 comments Comments

On Your Side: Sparks neighborhood fights against business facility 

Updated: 8/4/2014 6:52:00 PM   4 comments Comments

Through Their Eyes: Veterans fighting for care 

Updated: 7/22/2014 4:00:00 PM   6 comments Comments

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On Your Side: How to be a helpful witness to law enforcement 
In summer months crimes like burglary, larceny and drunk driving increase. On Your Side reporter Ashley Cullins shows us what you can do to help law enforcement catch the suspects.
Reno City Manager Andrew Clinger
On Your Side: City spends thousands on legal fees without council approval 
As the City of Reno works to iron out its complicated budget issues, some members of the city council are questioning the skyrocketing legal fees involved.
Two suspects arrested in rash of Reno burglaries, police looking for more 
If you live in Northwest Reno or Stead, you may have heard about a recent rash of vehicle and home burglaries.We have some good news tonight: two men are behind bars. News 4's Ashley Cullins tells us why Reno police expect more arrests soon.
ON YOUR SIDE: RFD Chief comments on lack of response to injured man 
Reno, NV (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- Reno Fire Chief Michael Hernandez commented on why Reno Firefighters will no longer be responding to certain calls involving lift assists.
ON YOUR SIDE: RFD response to injured man raises concern 
In a REMSA memo News 4 obtained the Reno Fire Battalion Chief on scene was allegedly taking pictures of the incident because he thought it was "funny" to see police officers try to move an injured man
ON YOUR SIDE: Forest Service to call on closest resource for help in fires
The U-S Forest Service has adopted new guidelines after a News 4 investigation found Washoe County's Raven helicopter went unused during the Hunter Falls Fire.
ON YOUR SIDE: Labor Negotiations Costly 
The Reno Council may vote again to double the cost its paying to an outside legal firm to negotiate with its labor unions.
ON YOUR SIDE: Labor Negotiations Costly
The City may pay up to $600,000 to outside legal firm to handle its labor negotiations
ON YOUR SIDE: Raven help refused during Hunter Falls fire 
Washoe County's Raven helicopter is considered an excellent resource to fight fires, especially during the initial attack.
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ON YOUR SIDE: Rural county files protest over fracking in Nevada
A rural county has joined an environmental group in challenging an upcoming oil and gas lease sale in central Nevada that could open 174,000 acres of public land to hydraulic fracturing, better known as fracking.

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