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ACLU suing to stop 5K Education Savings Account program 

The ACLU says Nevada's Education Savings Account program is unconstitutional. The ACLU and a handful of citizens and activists are suing to try and stop the program.

Why doctor visits can require so much paperwork 

Updated: 8/27/2015 6:03:20 PM   1 comment Comments

Some systems don't
Detectives ask for your help in attempted child lure case 

Updated: 8/25/2015 5:30:33 PM   1 comment Comments

Sparks police are asking for your help (Terri Hendry, KRNV)
Fallon school bus fiasco prompts change and apology 

Updated: 8/19/2015 7:41:30 PM   2 comments Comments

A bus fiasco prompts change and apology (Terri Hendry, KRNV)
ON YOUR SIDE: Apartment rental prices reach all-time high in Reno-Sparks 

Updated: 8/17/2015 11:48:32 AM   2 comments Comments

School fees; help for families that can't afford them 

Updated: 8/13/2015 6:39:33 PM   3 comments Comments

City National Bank colleagues pack over 28,000 school supplies it collected during its              2nd Annual Back-to-School Supplies Drive and donated to 17 elementary schools and one nonprofit group in Nevada, California, New York and Tennessee.
Family Health Festival in Reno for Families in Need

Updated: 7/21/2015 11:53:00 PM   1 comment Comments

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Ethics Panel: Storey Co. Sheriff violated rule 
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On Your Side: Storey Co. death case goes from accident to homicide 
The Storey County Sheriff has changed his mind and now says the death of a Virginia City woman was not an accident but a criminal homicide.
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Virginia City business falls prey to counterfeit funds
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Big changes, major shift in store for Victorian Square in Sparks? 
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Lawsuit filed in disputed Mineral County election in Nevada 
A civil lawsuit’s been filed in a disputed Mineral County election.
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Update on crash that killed two children 
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Storey County D.A. seeks permission to exhume body 
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On Your Side: How do Educational Savings Accounts work? 
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