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Some Businesses Affected By I-580 Since Opening in 2012 Video included


Interstate 580 has made for a faster drive between Reno and Carson City since opening back in August of 2012, but some businesses in the Washoe and Pleasant valleys are seeing a loss of business due to the new highway. More>>

Dons Score Late to Down Wolf Pack


The University of San Francisco (19-20) scored three runs in the top of the ninth to defeat the University of Nevada (21-17) baseball team 4-1 in a nonconference matchup at Peccole Park on Tuesday night. More>>

Aces Win, Take Series in Fresno


The Reno Aces wrapped up their first series win of the season Tuesday with a 4-3 road victory. More>>

Washoe Commissioners Discuss Mogul Fire Station Opening, Blue Ribbon Report


Washoe County Commissioners discussed several topics on Tuesday including the opening of the Mogul Fire Station and the first report from the Blue Ribbon Committee on regional fire services. More>>

Washoe County Sheriff's Office to Hold Crime Lab Open House Video included


If you've ever wanted to go behind the scenes at a crime lab you're in luck. The Washoe County Sheriff's Office is holding an open house at its forensics lab this Thursday. More>>

Locals Observe Earth Day Video included


People from all over the Truckee Meadows are doing their part to make a difference on Earth Day. More>>

Reno Police Investigate Rollover Near Plumb, Plumas Video included


Reno police are investigating an accident that closed a portion of Plumb Lane near Plumas Street on Thursday afternoon.

Local Sign Company Benefits From Political Season Video included

It's a small shop in south Reno called TrafficBuilders, Inc. And it is making a serious profit on the political campaigns. More>>

'Denim Day' Wednesday to Raise Awareness About Sexual Assault Video included


Nevada’s First Lady and AlertID encourage all Nevadans to wear denim for Denim Day, Wednesday, April 23. Denim Day raises awareness and support for victims of Sexual Assault.

Reno Aces Open Four-Game Homestand With Salt Lake Thursday


From the Reno Aces: The Reno Aces return home Thursday to begin a four-game homestand against rival Salt Lake. The series marks the first of four meetings this season between the two teams. More>>

Nevadans Who Had Trouble With Health Insurance Signups Can Still Enroll


Nevada Health Link is reminding all Nevadans who were unsuccessful in signing up for health insurance on the website because of technical issues that it’s not too late to finish the process. Those who had problems trying to sign up for health insurance during the regular enrollment period have until May 30th. More>>

"Strong Start Nevada" Education Campaign Kicks Off Video included


Nevada's first lady Kathleen Sandoval is kicking off an early education initiative in northern Nevada, calling on businesses and civic organizations to help young students prepare for a lifetime of learning.

Churchill County Sheriff Identifies Body Found in Shallow Grave


Churchill County Sheriff Ben Trotter says the body found Saturday in a shallow grave along I-80 near Fernley is that of an Idaho man. More>>

Whitney Peak Hotel to Hold Job Fair Wednesday


The brand new Whitney Peak Hotel in downtown Reno is holding a job fair Wednesday, April 23 from 12pm to 8pm.

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Events Saturday Video included


Local and federal agencies will once again partner together for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday.

Highway 50 in Dayton Closed as Troopers Investigate Accident Video included

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Nevada Highway Patrol says a portion of Highway 50 near Ambrose in Dayton remains closed as troopers investigate an accident involving a semi-truck and a sedan. More>>

BLM Says 6 Cattle Died in Disputed Nevada Roundup


The federal Bureau of Land Management says six cattle died in a roundup of animals it says rancher Cliven Bundy allowed to graze illegally on public land outside his southern Nevada property.

Paper Shredding Event to Benefit Local Nonprofit


Sierra Nevada Chapter of ARMA in partnership with Iron Mountain, will host a free paper shredding event this Saturday in Reno. All monetary donations will go to Step2. More>>

Several Construction Projects Underway on University of Nevada Campus


Not only is spring commencement right around the corner but the start of two major construction projects and the opening of a new world-class research facility this summer will once again elevate the awareness and reputation of the University of Nevada.

U.S. Reviews Plans for Fewer Troops in Afghanistan


A U.S. official says the White House is reviewing a new series of options that would leave fewer than 10,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan next year. More>>

El Rancho Drive-In to Hold Free Movie Night Thursday


As they have done every year for the last several years, the El Rancho Drive-In is hosting Customer Appreciation Night with free movies to the public on Thursday, April 24, 2014. More>>

Portion of Rock Boulevard to Close Friday


Beginning this Friday, April 25 at 8 p.m., through Sunday evening, April 27, Rock Boulevard will be CLOSED between Victorian Avenue and Interstate 80 due to a replacement of an underground sewer pipe.

Whittemore Lawyers Say Federal Judge Can't Change Order


Lawyers for convicted former Nevada powerbroker Harvey Whittemore are arguing that a federal judge cannot change an order allowing him to stay out of prison until his appeal is decided. More>>

Confirmed Dead Now at 113 for South Korea Ferry Video included


As more bodies are recovered from a sunken South Korean ferry, the number of confirmed dead has reached 113, with about 190 people still missing. More>>

Groundbreaking on Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project Video included


The $50 million project starts on Highway 28 from Secline to Chipmunk streets, along with the areas around it. More>>

Washoe County Library Accepting Food for Fines Video included


For the next week you can pay your overdue library fines with food and help the food bank at the same time. Washoe County Library branches are holding a Food for Fines program until April 28th.  More>>

Solar Heating Workshop for Contractors on April 23 Wednesday


NV Energy's RenewableGenerations program is hosting a free technical workshop on Wednesday, April 23, for licensed contractors interested in learning how to install solar-powered water, space and pool heating equipment. More>>

Supreme Court Upholds Affirmative Action Ban

The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld Michigan's ban on using race as a factor in college admissions. More>>

Teen Stowaway Exposes Airport Security Flaws

Surveillance cameras at San Jose International Airport successfully captured the teenager on the tarmac, climbing up the landing gear of a jet. But in the end, the cameras failed because no one noticed the security breach until the plane - and the boy - landed in Hawaii More>>

Dry Winter Takes Toll on Trees Video included


Some trees are struggling to come back, now that winter is over and spring is blooming.

Boomtown Hotel Casino Celebrates 50 Years Video included


Boomtown  has sat on the western edge of Washoe County since the mid sixties. This month the hotel casino celebrates a big milestone. More>>

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