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Former winner crowned at Nugget Rib Cook-Off 

After a four year hiatus from the top of the podium, a champion has returned in Sparks.

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Humanitarian aid to Iraq costing U.S. taxpayers money 
While the U.S. still determines whether it is possible to combat ISIS in Iraq and Syria, taxpayers continue to pay for many programs inside the Iraqi border.
Deadly highway crash victim identified 
Nevada Highway Patrol troopers have identified the 82-year-old woman who died after a rollover crash over the weekend.
First Annual Tahoe City Pub Run happens on Tuesday 
If you feel like burning some post-labor day calories, head up to Tahoe City on Tuesday for the First Annual Tahoe City Pub Run.
World's first burner hotel thriving in Reno 
Many are calling the new Morris Burner Hotel in downtown Reno, "Burning Man, without the dust," as it applies the ten principals of Burning Man in the real world.
One local business enjoys the post-burn clean up 
The 2014 Burning Man Festival has officially come to an end, and many local businesses are helping burners clean up playa dust they brought with them.
Local woman collecting thousands of cans of tuna for the food bank 
More than 20 thousand people in our community struggle to put food on the table every month. News 4's Ashley Cullins introduces us to one local woman who is helping the food bank change that.
Aces defeat RiverCats 2-1, clinch playoff berth as division champs 
The Reno Aces defeated the Sacramento RiverCats 2-1 in ten innings on Monday. It was the regular season finale for both teams.
President Barack Obama made a surprise appearance at the White House Briefing Thursday, April 17, 2014, making remarks on the Affordable Care Act and Ukraine. (n/a)
Obama takes credit for improved labor measures 
President Obama spoke about the economy on Monday at Laborfest in Milwaukee. He told hundreds of union members that American workers are better off since he became president.
Tesla Motors dealing as states play factory poker
It's the corporate equivalent of high-stakes poker.
Feds want nuclear waste train, but nowhere to go
Federal officials are looking for train cars to haul nuclear waste toward its final resting place.

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