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Bill would toughen penalties for teacher-student sex crimes

Nevada lawmakers are considering a bill that would toughen penalties against teachers and other school workers who have sexual relationships with students.

50 years in prison for Reno armed robber

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Community rallies in support of Baby Eloise 

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Wolf Den Bar & Grill ordered to stop serving hard alcohol 

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WCSD casts net for new hires  

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Kerry: State Department will move to review Clinton emails
Secretary of State John Kerry says the State Department will move immediately to review emails that Hillary Rodham Clinton wrote on her personal account when held his job.
SB 28 faces stiff opposition 
Senate Bill 28 faced a some stiff opposition in committee today.
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Assemblymen release statement on report of altercation 
The Offices of Assemblyman John Moore and Paul Anderson have released a joint statement about reports of an altercation that occurred Tuesday.

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Kelly Clarkson brushes off critic's fat comments

Kelly Clarkson has brushed off harsh comments from a British columnist who called the pop star a "chunky monkey" after a recent appearance on U.K. TV.

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Justin Bieber celebrates freedom a year after jail
Justin Bieber is celebrating his freedom a year after he found himself in a jail cell following his arrest in Florida.
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Method Man outraged over Wu-Tang Clan's album release ban

Wu-Tang Clan rapper Method Man is outraged over a copyright clause banning the group's new album "once Upon A Time in Shaolin" from release for almost 90 years.

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