Confab Urges Faster Action
Confab Urges Faster Action
Arrest in Murder of Sparks Judge Ex-husband
Federal Grand Jury hands up charges.
John Kerry cemented the Democratic presidential nomination, driving rival John Edwards from the race with a string of Super Tuesday triumphs that catapulted the Massachusetts senator into an eight-month struggle to oust President Bush.
The state's largest teachers' association filed an initiative petition Tuesday aimed at amending the Nevada Constitution to make legislators increase public school funding to the national per-student average.
A new program to help Nevada prisoners prepare for life on the street once their terms are completed will be part of a national study, the state Department of Corrections says.
A big election-year shake-up in the Nevada Legislature due to voter anger over record 2003 tax increases appears even more likely now that the state's attorney general has issued an opinion against legislative service by state employees.
A review of arrests made during last year's Hot August Nights showed no "institutional racism" by Reno police, a new study concluded.
A federal court ruling in Virginia that allows colleges to deny admission to illegal immigrants could spur public debate over the issue in Nevada, a university official said.
The epic journey of a raggedy gang of humans, hobbits, wizards, dwarves and elves hoisted the fantasy genre to Oscar glory Sunday as "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" won a record-tying 11 Oscars, sweeping every category in which it was nominated, including best picture.
President Jean-Bertrand Aristide resigned and flew into exile Sunday, pressured by a bloody rebellion and the United States. Gunfire crackled as the capital fell into chaos, and President Bush dispatched Marines.
In response to an increase in violations, the U.S. Forest Service is cracking down on snowmobilers who venture into prohibited areas in the Sierra Nevada.
In a move spurred by the spread of California Indian casinos, property values for two of Reno's largest hotel-casinos have been slashed another $34 million.
The competition to be the toughest polar bear swimmers at Lake Tahoe was won by a couple of San Franciscans.
A woman has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the man convicted of killing her husband in their Minden home.
Sen. Harry Reid is calling for a federal investigation into soaring gasoline prices in Nevada.
The United States is rounding up and questioning the relatives of fugitive al-Qaida leaders to generate information on the possible whereabouts of Osama bin Laden and his top deputies. This tactic helped lead to Saddam Hussein's capture.
In response to a critical newspaper report, the Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners is making consumer-friendly changes and replacing its two top officials.
The Ponderosa Ranch, a western theme amusement park inspired by the hit television show "Bonanza," would be sold to the government and turned into a regional park under a plan being considered by its owners.
Tonight in Medical Minutes, I show you where some patients and their physicians go for answers to sleepless nights.
Starting Monday, the cost of a regular hunting license goes from $24 to $33, an increase of 37.5 percent. A regular fishing license goes up 38 percent, from $21 to $29.
Nevada merchants had a good holiday season, selling $3.56 billion in goods during December for a 9.7 percent increase over the same month a year earlier, a state report showed Friday.
Time is running out to review technical questions about the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump before the Energy Department submits a license application at the end of the year, a Nuclear Regulatory Commission official said Friday.
The scheduled execution next Friday of a man convicted of two Reno murders was stayed Friday by Washoe County District Judge James Hardesty.
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