Spec. Hunter Kelly (Photo courtesy WSAV News 3 in Savannah, Georgia.) Soldier from Sparks shot to death in Georgia

A soldier from the Sparks area is dead, and another soldier is charged in his death in Georgia.

Authorities probe series of violent acts against Carson City judge 

Updated: 9/3/2015 11:27:18 AM   5 comments Comments

In December 2014, the suspect sent the judge and his wife a Christmas card that said “You will die.” (Photo provided by the Carson City Sheriff's Office)
Matt Stonie beats Joey Chestnut, wins Nugget World Rib Eating Championship 

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Police ID suspect, release details in officer-involved shooting in Reno

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Crew finds object resembling grenade in Reno

Updated: 9/3/2015 9:57:03 AM

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Nevada football kicks off at Mackay Stadium 

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Jeb Bush says Donald Trump is "too pessimistic," and that picking the businessman as the Republican presidential nominee would lead the party to defeat on Election Day.
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GOP Rep. Kline says he won't seek re-election
Republican Rep. John Kline, a seven-term lawmaker and chairman of the House Education panel, says he won't seek re-election next year.
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AP sources: GOP works to avoid third-party presidential run
The Republican hierarchy is challenging each of the party's presidential candidates to sign a pledge not to undertake a third-party bid — a move aimed squarely at Donald Trump.


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Elba laughs off Bond author's comments
Idris Elba has poked fun at comments made by new James Bond author Anthony Horowitz after the writer called him "too street" to play 007.
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Black Sabbath launch farewell tour without drummer
Black Sabbath have announced the dates for the first leg of their farewell tour - and it appears Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler have given up on reteaming with disgruntled drummer Bill Ward.
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Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson was convinced he would have to give up his career in music after his cancer scare as he feared the treatment would rob him of his voice.

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