According to the Lyon County Sheriff's Office, the Emergency Dispatch Center is experiencing problems with their telephone system, specifically in the Yerington area. However they say the 9-1-1 systems are not affected at this time. More>>
The purpose for 'Take Back the Night' was the assertion that human beings have the right to be free from violence, the right to be heard, and the right to walk in their community free from fear of sexual violence. More>>
A massive art structure that will eventually head to burning man is being put together right now in Sparks. It's called Embrace and it's a huge sculpture of two people hugging. It's going to be the biggest project ever built in Sparks.
Local and federal agencies will once again partner together for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday.
Authorities say 11 middle school students and their driver were injured in a school bus crash in Southern California. More>>
The University of Nevada is starting a new tradition celebrating students who take their lessons and apply them in our community. About 100 students displayed their projects Thursday at the first ever university engagement showcase. More>>
Our elected officials in northern Nevada gathered Thursday to hear an outside perspective on how we can provide a more promising economic future.
Those who support the use of marijuana here in the Silver State have filed a petition to make legal to use it not only for medicinal purposes but for recreational use as well. More>>
The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for several Nevada and California counties starting at 11pm Thursday. More>>
Nevada Highway Patrol says no one was seriously hurt after a SUV crashed into a second SUV on Kingsbury Grade Thursday afternoon. More>>
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated two counties in Nevada as primary natural disaster areas due to the recent drought. More>>
A Nevada rancher at the center of a national feud with the federal government over cattle grazing is facing sharp criticism for racist comments he made that were published in a New York Times article. More>>
A suspicious white powder found in an envelope inside the federal courthouse in downtown Reno was tested and determined to be an artificial sweetener. More>>
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>>
Just in time for the longer days - in terms of sunshine, more places in Reno are now getting their energy from the sun. More>>
The BLM and Churchill County Museum will resume regularly scheduled Hidden Cave tours on Saturday, April 26. Reservations are not required and there is no charge for the regularly scheduled tours. More>>
The City of Reno and other community partners are organizing a David Wise Parade of Champions, planned for Saturday, April 26 at 5 p.m. in downtown Reno. More>>
Free strobe alarms and vibrating alert smoke detectors will be given out Friday to deaf or hard of hearing families. Alarms will also be installed at no charge. More>>
South Lake Tahoe Police say a 24-year-old man reported missing earlier this week has been located and returned home. More>>
Officials in Australia say a robotic submarine has now scanned more than 90% of a 120-square-mile search area, but has found nothing of interest in the search for the missing Malaysian plane. More>>
The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office says it is enhancing the Resident Deputy Program in Incline Village. After more than half a year of planning and preparation, two Patrol Deputies and their families are now full-time residents of the community in which they serve. More>>
In March, 13,267 initial claims for unemployment insurance were filed in Nevada, a 14% drop compared to March 2013, and a drop of 64% compared to the worst month of the recession.
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>>
Reno Police officers will trade their handcuffs for menus and serving trays Thursday to wait tables at Applebee's Grill and Bar at 4805 Kietzke Lane Reno to raise donations for Special Olympics. More>>
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>>
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.
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