Nevada lawmakers completed work on a 300 million-dollar taxpayer rebate at the tail end of their regular session, and Governor Guinn says rebate checks for Nevadans will soon be arriving in the mail.
A major new project for downtown Reno was announced today. One promises to change the face of the city's skyline. Right now it's a gravel parking lot...between Lake and Second Streets. But if two Reno developers' dreams come true. In less than three years the site will be home to two high rise residential towers designed by a world renowned architect.
The U-S Supreme Court says federal agents can arrest people who use medical marijuana--even if it's legal in the state where the arrest takes place. Nevada is one of ten states which allows for medical marijuana use.Nevadans unanimously voted twice to allow for the use of medical marijuana in our state which changed the state constitution. Will that change though with today's Supreme Court Decision?
High school seniors are counting down the hours to their last day of school. But, one school is working extra hard to raise some cash before the big day.
How well do you know your neighbors? Local law enforcement say that's the key to preventing crime in your neighborhood.
Many people in Northwest Reno tonight...are feeling much safer. It appears a burglary ring, which has lasted since April, is over.
The Governor's proposed D-M-V tax rebate... has unanimously passed the Senate, and is now headed to the Assembly where it is also expected to be approved. But if you're expecting a $300 check...one lawmaker predicts you're going to be angry.
New data confirms what most of us already knew...Nevada leads the nation in home price increases. The Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight released the information
Nearly 60,000 Nevadans cast votes in May to decide on Nevada's state quarter. The winner, is the quarter that depicts three wild horses flanked by sagebrush running with snowcapped mountains and a shining sun as a backdrop.
A bill in a Senate committee would prevent Nevada pharmacists from refusing to fill prescriptions, like birth control, because of personal moral objections.
The downtown train trench is beginning to take shape. Work crews are pouring up to 1300 cubic yards of concrete a day. Some sections of the trench are already near completion.
Assemblywoman Sharron Angle has registered as a possible candidate for Congress.
(Wednesday PM) It took closed door negociations last night, and compromises, but today it seems the Nevada Legislature is moving to complete its business... by the 120 day constitutional limit. That's five day days eight hours minus a few minutes. Ask some members of the legislative staff anytime and they can probably give you an accuate countdown. That's how much time they have to write print, and process what the lawmakers do in the next couple of days, and even with a budget agreement there's a lot left to do.