Updated: 9:24 AM During the weekend, a winter storm dumped 18 inches of snow in the Sierra.
Down in the valley, however, it has made the roads slick, causing traffic problems throughout Reno and Sparks.
Updated: 11:42 AM The Reno Fire Department offers a class to save lives once a month for 20-bucks.
Those who participate in "CPR Saturday" understand it can make all the difference, especially this time of the year.
Updated: 2:14 PM Schools in lovelock started the holiday break a day early to prevent a possible flu outbreak because so many of the students were out sick this week.
This happened just as the first confirmed cases of the flu hit Washoe County.
Updated: 8:36 AM A task force formed to improve morale at the University of Nevada, Reno is recommending that the school hire an ombudsman to serve as a mediator among faculty, staff and administrators.
Updated: 9:13 AM Evelyn Mount has helped our community for many years giving to those in need of a good holiday meal.
Now she is getting a present herself. She is getting a day at the spa from Salon Infiniti.
Updated: 9:06 AM Governor Kenny Guinn says "it just seems like yesterday" when he was elected Nevada's governor in 1998 in his first bid for public office amid criticism that he was the hand-picked candidate of powerful special interests.
Updated: 4:04 PM State regulators have cleared the path for construction of a
514-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant eastof Reno - a proposed $420 million project that underscores SierraPacific Resources' recovery from the financial chaos it faced after the 2001 Western energy crisis.