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>>
Local and federal agencies will once again partner together for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday.
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>>
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 today.
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>>
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>>
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.
The federal government wants to ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors and require approval for new products and health warning labels under regulations being proposed by the Food and Drug Administration. More>>
A group hoping to ride the wave of growing marijuana acceptance has filed an initiative seeking to legalize recreational use in Nevada. More>>
The Sparks Fire Department is investigating after a house fire on Round Mountain Cir. Wednesday night. More>>
A new agreement has been made to share resources between the Washoe County Sheriff's Office and the U.S. Forest Service. More>>
35 is the number of Reno firefighting positions we know are being cut - but the city is still looking for ways to save some of those jobs.
Nevada Highway Patrol troopers say two teenagers are dead after being in a car accident with a semi-truck on Highway 50 near Ambrose Lane in Dayton. More>>
A Reno business is helping a local family raise money to treat their baby's rare kidney disease. We met with the family today at Salon 7 in Reno where this weekend's "cut-a-thon" benefit will be held. More>>
You can help save a life for free this week at Truckee Meadows Community College. The "Be the Match" organization is hosting a donor registration drive for people willing to donate bone marrow to help save lives. More>>
You might qualify for a program that will save you thousands of dollars of mortgage interest if you are in the market to buy a home. Learn more about the Mortgage Credit Certificate in tonight's Money Watch Q & A. More>>
The Washoe County Sheriff's Office has managed the Regional Animal Services for a few years, but soon that will all change. Animal services will become its own stand-alone department. More>>
As the campaign signs go up around Northern Nevada so are reports of vandalism to them. And officials say it kind of comes with the territory. More>>
A Placerville jury has found a man guilty of murdering a teenager in 1980. The 4 men 8 women jury deliberated for less than two hours before finding Andrew Sanford guilty. More>>
Authorities in Nevada say a candidate for sheriff in rural Nye County was arrested in a campaign sign theft case. More>>
The Carson City Sheriff's Office is warning the public about two money scams. One call involves citizens being called and told that a warrant for their arrest has been issued for failure to show up for jury duty. More>>
Sexual Assault Response Advocates (SARA) a division of Advocates to End Domestic Violence (AEDV) is supporting Denim Day by placing custom, handmade denim coffee sleeves in local Carson City coffee houses, Comma Coffee and Carson Coffee. More>>
The Bureau of Land Management has approved a pilot project to treat wild horses that reside near the Fish Springs community with fertility control porcine zona pellucide
Nevada Department of Wildlife spokesman Chris Healy says neighbors in the area of Lakeside and McCarran should be on the lookout for a bear. More>>
A man who killed another man with a shotgun on the Battle Mountain Indian Colony in Lander County, in December 2011 was sentenced on April 21, 2014, to 30 years in federal prison, announced United States Attorney Daniel G. Bogden.
Searchers have now recovered 156 bodies from the waters where a South Korean ferry sank a week ago. And relatives of the nearly 150 people still missing are pressing the government to quickly finish the recovery effort. More>>
First lady Michelle Obama has announced a new online effort to link soldiers leaving the military with jobs that match their skill sets More>>
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>>
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.
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