- Associated Press - Wednesday, October 15, 2014

RENO, Nev. (AP) - A portion of a building at the University of Nevada campus in Reno has reopened after a water line break forced the cancellation of classes on Tuesday. But the William J. Raggio building isn’t expected to be fully functional until Saturday.

School officials said Wednesday that faculty, staff and others now can access the third and fourth floors. The pipeline break didn’t affect the daycare center, Early Learning Center or Washoe County School District classroom.

Other classes have been rescheduled and relocated through Friday at the building housing the Education College.

The pipeline broke Tuesday morning on the second floor of the north side auditorium, causing water damage, broken ceiling tiles and damage to computers in at least one lab.

School officials are still assessing overall costs of the damage.


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