Updated: 3:46 PM Terri Schiavo, the severely brain-damaged woman who spent 15 years connected to a feeding tube in an epic legal and medical battle that went all the way to the White House and Congress, died Thursday, 13 days after the tube was removed. She was 41.
Updated: 9:57 AM For decades, we've identified people through fingerprints...or discovered a health condition by drawing blood.
What if doctors never had to prick a finger again...or your identity could be known through your bone structure?
Updated: 5:38 PM A lot of us who have watched the Terri Schiavo story unfold are amazed and disappointed that the government has such a say in whether a person lives or dies.
One of the biggest issues is what Terri Schiavo would have wanted...and she didn't file the legal documents that could have made that clear.
Updated: 5:22 PM It was one of the most secret projects the world has ever known.
The development and testing of the atomic bomb.
John Tyson takes us to ground zero and shows us the first of a kind glimpse into the once secret world of nuclear weapons testing.
Updated: 4:12 PM From time to time we bring you stories of local residents, who have used a personal tragedy to shape their lives in a positive direction.
Thisis the story of one such person, a nursing student attempting to recover from a terrible loss. 22 year old Ariane Rae says she'd like to do something with her life and make a difference.
Updated: 4:10 PM A three percent residential property tax cap for the state of Nevada is close to becoming law.
Most homeowners will consider that good news. But it's bad news for the Washoe County school district which relies on that revenue for funding.
Updated: 6:15 PM An inmate being held in the Washoe County Detention Center was found hanging in his cell. The inmate was transported to Washoe Medical Center where he was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at the hospital.
Updated: 7:02 PM If you use your car for your own business...or if you're a company employee and drive yourself to jobsites, meetings or to meet with clients, then you could save yourself some serious money when you file your taxes.
Updated: 8:33 AM The annual Reno Clean & Green spring cleanup campaign is about to get under way. A limited number of free passes for dumping at Waste Management's Lockwood Landfill and for household waste disposal at Clean Harbors during the cleanup campaign will be available beginning Friday.
Updated: 6:39 PM At a time of the season when business usually starts slowing down at area resorts... huge March storms have kept things humming along.
From ski areas to gas stations... A stormy March has been great for business.
Updated: 6:39 PM A new report says Nevada's population growth is being fueled in part by a growing number of undocumented immigrants. And, they're coming here for the same reason many others are- jobs.
Updated: 6:50 PM Have you changed your driving habits because the cost of gas is so expensive? Some people who use their personal cars for work don't have that option, and are stuck with higher gas bills.
Updated: 6:59 PM Sexual predators using the internet to lure juvenile victims is a growing problem, and undercover investigators posing as teenagers have been using internet chat rooms to catch them. But that tactic was called into question by a Washoe District judge's ruling late last year. And today that ruling was upheld.
Updated: 7:08 PM Nevada Congresswoman Shelley Berkley says
she'd support a move by the state Legislature to get the late
Nevada Senator Pat McCarran's statue out of the U-S Capitol given
new disclosures of his racist, anti-Semitic views.
Updated: 5:39 PM Federal investigators are looking into a problem in Ford light trucks...a problem they say is causing fires. It's just a cruise control switch. But consumer advocates say it could cause your truck to set your house on fire in the middle of the night.
Updated: 8:31 AM Have you ever had procedure done in your doctor's office under sedation? Its not uncommon, but now lawmakers want to know just how *safe it is. How often is it done? What procedures are most commonly performed in doctor's offices, what are the complication rates...no one knows. And for some lawmakers that could be a problem.
Updated: 5:57 PM The board overseeing Nevada doctors
suggested changes Wednesday to soften a proposal that all
physicians undergo criminal background checks and face discipline
if the checks reveal evidence of convictions for numerous types of