A former Sparks justice of the peace who left 48 cases unresolved when he retired last year has agreed never to hold judicial office again
If there's a question about the economy --President Bush and John Kerry are both ready. Kerry today pointed to the new unemployment numbers as a sign that President Bush still hasn't done enough to create jobs. But the White House says the addition of 96-thousand jobs shows that Bush's policies are working.
Both the democrats and republicans will be sending party spokesmen to Reno this weekend, in an effort to gain support for their candidate.
Martha Stewart offically reported to prison this morning.
There's a wildfire burning in the Eldorado National Forest..and it's bringing smoke to the Carson Valley.
Vice President Dick Cheney and Democratic challenger John Edwards traded jabs while debating a variety of issues facing Americans in their one and only debate.
The race for Nevada Supreme Court justice took center stage today. The League of Women Voters sponsored a public forum at the University of Nevada's Judicial college.
The dirt has been laid down.. the track is set.. and downtown Reno is ready for Round 5 of the American Motorcyclist Association's Supermoto Championship Race this weekend.
The controversy surrounding Michael Moore's visit to the University of Nevada on the thirteenth continues. A group of local business people has offered the student government a 100 thousand dollars to cancel the speech or change it to a debate between Moore and a conservative, but student representatives say the event will go on as planned.