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Carson City student struck, critically injured in pedestrian crosswalk 

A 13-year-old student at Carson Middle School was struck by a car while crossing South Carson Street on Tuesday, Sheriff Kenny Furlong reports.

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New coffee shop opens near downtown Reno 
A new cafe is changing the way espresso is made in the Silver State.
Nevada Assembly considers plans to raise cigarette pack tax by $1
Nevada Assembly members are vetting a plan worth about $600 million that would permanently extend some temporary taxes and raise the cigarette tax.
(Vitaliy Shuptar)
Supercars and Superstars: Gumball 3000 Rally comes to Reno
The 2015 Gumball 3000 global supercar rally will start off its U.S. leg at the Reno Arch in Downtown Reno, Nevada during its journey from Stockholm to Las Vegas.
Lawmakers await word on Tesla special session (Terri Hendry, KRNV)
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval signs bill extending sex assault reporting period
Gov. Brian Sandoval has approved a bill extending Nevada's statute of limitations on sexual assault cases so victims have more time to report their experience and pursue criminal charges.
Scene of brush fire west of Reno (Jeff Deitch/News 4)
Crews extinguish brush fire west of Reno 
Fire crews are responding to a report of a brush fire west of Reno.
Stephen Christie (photo courtesy: SPD )
Sparks man behind bars, charged with eluding officers  
A Sparks man who was charged with eluding a peace officer was also charged with conspiracy to commit grand theft auto for attempting to steal a car with a teenage girl inside.
U.S. 50 to close for Cave Rock evaluations  
On Wednesday, May 27, a Nevada Department of Transportation project will further evaluate and secure the Cave Rock rock face and slope on U.S. 50, Lake Tahoe following recent rockfall.
UberEspanol program launches in major cities 
Uber riders in select areas now have the option to request a Spanish-speaking driver.
Wine bill gets Governor Sandoval's approval 
A bill that would repeal a state law prohibiting wineries in Clark and Washoe counties from importing wine from other states or serving alcoholic beverages on premises has been approved by Governor Brian Sandoval.
Congresswoman Dina Titus is not running for the U.S. Senate 
Congresswoman Dina Titus says she is not going to be running for the U.S. Senate.

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