Updated: 11:27 AM Britain's Guardian newspaper says the National Security Agency is currently collecting the telephone records of millions of U.S. customers of Verizon under a secret court order.
Updated: 11:04 PM Firefighters are conducting mop-up operations at the scene of the big wildfire in northern Los Angeles County.
Posted: 6:31 PM The University of Nevada track and field team’s 4x100 relay squad placed 21st overall at the 2013 NCAA Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships hosted by the University of Oregon Wednesday afternoon.
Updated: 7:23 PM The legislative session may have some to an end, but whether a bill aimed at repairing local schools will be signed is unknown. The measure advanced to Governor Brian Sandoval's desk the final day of the session. Sandoval has ten days to consider bills he receives following the close of the session.
Updated: 3:53 PM The Pershing County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a man hit and killed by a train Monday morning.
Updated: 10:04 PM BYU senior linebacker Kyle Van Noy was named to the preseason All-American first team by Phil Steele's College Football Preview.
Updated: 5:04 PM A scathing independent scientific review of the U.S. government's management of wild horses says continued emphasis on mustang roundups to protect public rangeland in the West is doomed to financial, social and political failure.
Updated: 3:29 PM One man is in custody after a chase led police from Lovelock to Fallon early Wednesday.
Posted: 1:18 PM A series of weak reports on the U.S. economy is sending the stock market sharply lower.
Updated: 11:51 AM President Barack Obama has named United Nations ambassador Susan Rice to take over as national security adviser in a shakeup of his foreign policy team.
Posted: 11:35 AM The head of the Transportation Security Administration says he's dropping a proposal that would have let airline passengers carry small knives, souvenir bats, golf clubs and other sports equipment onto planes.
Updated: 11:14 AM The American soldier charged with killing 16 Afghan civilians during nighttime raids on two villages last year has begun describing the attacks, explaining to a judge that he shot each victim.
Updated: 9:54 AM The official start summer isn't quite here yet, but is sure feels like it, which means you'll probably want to head to the pool or the beach and you'll want to shed off those winter pounds. The city of Reno wants to give back to the community and give you a chance this summer to get down and shape up all for free.
Updated: 3:17 PM Firefighters say one person has been killed in a building collapse in downtown Philadelphia.
Updated: 8:39 AM 8,000 NV Energy customers have power back after a power outage Wednesday morning.