Posted: 6:14 PM About a dozen people were evacuated from a
Reno freight depot and surrounding businesses today after a plastic
container holding about 200 gallons of hydrochloric acid was
ruptured during a tanker loading process.
Updated: 1:33 PM It's a time-honored Halloween ritual: children getting dressed up as scary creatures and trick-or-treating. It's all harmless fun, except for the part where parents feel they must protect their children from sinister strangers.
Updated: 12:38 PM More than 15-thousand trick-or-treaters waited an estimated two hours Sunday afternoon to visit "Safe Street" at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center.
Even after waiting hours in line, the kids were surprisingly still excited just to be out in costume.. and of course, get lots of candy.
Updated: 10:53 AM When your kids help out in the kitchen, it can often turn into a mess before any meal gets made.
A class is offered by the Washoe County School District community education program that gets your kids in the kitchen and dinner on the table.
Updated: 6:41 PM How well do you know your Nevada history?
The students at one elementary school are pretty impressive with their Nevada history knowledge, and they're eager to make sure you, too, are up-to-date with our state history.
Updated: 11:15 AM Nevada Attorney General Brian Sandoval's U-S
District Court commission has been signed by President Bush,
following an 89-to-zero Senate vote earlier this week confirming
his appointment to the federal bench.
Updated: 11:06 AM The state agency that enforces health and
safety stands in various Nevada industries and businesses has been
criticized in a legislative audit that calls for improved workplace
inspections and timely action in penalizing errant employers.
Updated: 11:11 PM Not every parent has the time to volunteer in your child's classroom or sit along side and watch him or her learn.
We look at how you can stay on top of your child's education at home.
Updated: 11:39 AM Truckee Meadows Community College offers a free "college success skills" class for students who are non-native and speak English.
This new class not only gives them an advantage to succeed at the school, it gives them the confidence needed to further higher education in the US.
Updated: 11:11 AM Sit back and enjoy all the highlights from week eight of northern Nevada high school football action with Donna Fendrick and Eric Sperling - the region's only full half-hour of scholastic sports action.