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Fire Leads To Evacuation Of Restaurant On Lake Tahoe

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A restaurant on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe was evacuated Sunday after a fire started in the business. The North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District says crews quickly extinguished a fire at T’s Mesquite Rotisserie, located on the 900 block of Tahoe Boulevard in Incline Village. Local law enforcement evacuated the entire building, and firefighters were able to contain the flames to the area where the fire started. No injuries were reported. Incline Village is on the northeast shore of Lake Tahoe, roughly 30 miles southwest of Reno.
INCLINE VILLAGE, NV
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Drones to replace fireworks at Lake Tahoe 4th of July

NORTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (KTXL) — According to a press release from Incline Village Crystal Bay in North Lake Tahoe, Incline Village will be using drones instead of pyrotechnic fireworks this year at their Fourth of July show. According to the press release, Incline Village Crystal Bay prioritizes environmental stewardship with an innovative family friendly […]
SACRAMENTO COUNTY, CA
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Incline Village restaurant fire quickly knocked down

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. (KOLO) -A fire at an Incline Village restaurant Sunday afternoon was quickly knocked down, the North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District reported. The fire was at T’s Mesquite Rotisserie at 901 Tahoe Blvd. Firefighters kept the fire to the place where it started. The district did...
INCLINE VILLAGE, NV
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Lake Tahoe replacing fireworks with drones for 4th of July

NORTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (KTXL) — According to a press release from Incline Village Crystal Bay in North Lake Tahoe, Incline Village will be using drones instead of pyrotechnic fireworks this year at their Fourth of July show. According to the press release, Incline Village Crystal Bay prioritizes environmental...
SACRAMENTO COUNTY, CA
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Restoring Lake Tahoe’s Natural Filter

Set for completion this fall, the Upper Truckee Marsh Restoration Project seeks to undo the environmental damage created by the Tahoe Keys. In the decades since the Tahoe Keys housing development in South Lake Tahoe was built on sensitive marshland, it has vexed environmentalists as a problem without an easy solution.
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, CA
Mountain Democrat

The Great Western Steam Up celebrates railroad history

Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the completion of the Virginia & Truckee Railroad at the Great Western Steam Up, July 1-4 in Carson City at the Nevada State Railroad Museum. This event will be the largest reunion of existing Virginia & Truckee locomotives assembled in over 75 years. More than...
CARSON CITY, NV
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Setting Sail on Lake Tahoe

Sailors both novice and pro have long been attracted to North America’s largest alpine lake, where they are treated to a unique boating experience only Tahoe can provide. On a typical warm summer day at Tahoe, a stiff breeze kicks up in the mid-afternoon, sending wind-swept waves tumbling across the lake’s shimmering blue expanse. While such conditions may not be good for wakeboarders in search of glassy water, sailing aficionados are in heaven.
TRUCKEE, CA
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Incline High School gets $38 million grant for stadium, campus upgrade

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Incline High School over the next couple of years will be going through a much needed renovation project. The Dave and Cheryl Duffield Foundation, a local philanthropic foundation, recently awarded the high school a $38 million grant that will be used to bring the school campus, including the stadium, up to compliance.
INCLINE VILLAGE, NV
Mountain Democrat

South Tahoe High student spearheads campus memorial garden

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — After a devastating loss in 2021, South Tahoe High School senior Abel Arce spearheaded a project to produce a memorial garden situated in the heart of the campus. In a collaborative effort, grief and heartbreak were channeled with the help of students and staff to...
EL DORADO COUNTY, CA
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The CDC reports Melatonin poisoning increase in children

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) -Melatonin poisoning in children has gone up dramatically in the past decade. Parents need to know the dangers when it comes to potentially giving their child sleep aid. In a report by the CDC, we’ve seen a 530% increase of children and adolescents 19 or younger taking...
RENO, NV
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Northern Nevada American Red Cross honors 10 volunteers

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) -The Northern Nevada Chapter of the American Red Cross honored 10 volunteers Saturday for their exceptional service in the last year. “In the past fiscal year, Red Cross volunteers in Northern Nevada have worked a combined 10,426 hours,” Mary Powell, executive director of the Northern Nevada chapter, said in a statement. “This number represents the generous amount of time that volunteers in our community have been willing to donate to the Red Cross – and each hour has an impact on the people who depend on us.”
NEVADA STATE
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‘Kick For a Cause’ helping families in need

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - ‘Kick For a Cause.’. For the second year in a row event organizers in Sparks put on a kickball fundraiser at Shadow Mountain Sports Complex to help raise $15,000 for four kids with special needs and their families. “Swim lessons, dance lessons, and they’re not...
SPARKS, NV
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Life on the Sunnyside

Celebrating 35 years on Lake Tahoe, this iconic West Shore spot shines brightest in summer. Best buds and restaurateurs Rob Thibaut and Sandy Saxten made a pact to design and build their dining destinations in places they wanted to live, work and play, which, for the California natives, meant spots with surf, sand and sun. The pair, who started and sold the seafaring-themed Rusty Scupper chain, eventually built a family of 13 eateries in the Hawaiian Islands and California, launching Sunnyside Restaurant & Lodge on Tahoe’s West Shore in 1987.
TAHOE CITY, CA
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