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Reno Considers Installing Burning Man Art in Empty LotsTwo empty lots in Reno could soon be home to an art installation courtesy of Burning Man 2016.
Off-Road Race Didn't Run Through Nevada Monument After AllConcerns about an off-road race running through a national monument in Nevada turned out to be much ado about nothing — sort of.
Reno Man Denied New Trial in 2008 Rape, Murder Near UNRA judge in Reno has refused to grant a new trial for a man sentenced to death for the rape and murder of a 19-year-old college student nearly eight years ago.
Guilty Verdict for Armed Robber Who Killed Reno Bank PatronA federal jury has convicted an armed robber who killed an 80-year-old bank customer during a holdup in Reno in 2013.
Reno-Area Health Officials Find Mosquitoes with West NileHealth officials in Reno are reporting the discovery of West Nile virus-positive mosquitoes in Washoe County, in the Lemmon Valley area.
Raiders Scout Reno Training Camp for Possible Vegas MoveOfficials who want to bring the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas are getting northern Nevada lawmakers up to speed on their plans and scouting sites for a potential training camp.
Safari Club Convention Returns to Reno in 2019, 2020, 2021One of the biggest hunting conventions in the world is returning to Reno for three years beginning in 2019.
Reno's Peppermill Resort to Leave NV EnergyA Reno hotel casino is planning to leave NV Energy and acquire its electricity elsewhere.
PBS Ends Nevada Public Affairs Program Hosted By Jon RalstonPBS stations in Las Vegas and Reno say they'll no longer produce a nightly public affairs show hosted by political journalist Jon Ralston.
Las Vegas, Reno-Area Programs Getting Homeless Veterans HelpHomeless veterans programs in Las Vegas and the Reno area are getting more than $430,000 in federal grants to help more than 60 people with housing and medical services.
Audit: State More Lax with Rural Parolees Than Urban OnesA state audit says parolees in rural Nevada weren't required to get as frequent supervision as their urban counterparts.
Unemployment Rates Inch Up in Nevada Metro AreasUnemployment rates have inched up in Nevada's three main metropolitan areas, although officials say the state's main industries are all adding jobs.

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