Updated: 11/25/2005 - A 40-year-old Reno man is behind bars, accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars of a toy geared toward the 6-and-up crowd: Lego.
Updated: 11/28/2005 - Here in Reno things were pretty calm as shoppers waited in line. Tens of millions of Americans went shopping today to take part in the frenzy that retailers now call "Black Friday."
Updated: 11/24/2005 - It was nearly 6 years ago that the tribal chairman of the Winnemucca Indian Colony was found stabbed to death outside the colony offices. The murder remains unresolved as does the fight over control of the colony itself. That crime and its consequences are the subject of a News Channel 8 investigation.
Posted: 11/20/2005 - Nevada Highway Patrol Troopers say speed is the number one cause of motorcycle deaths in the area. Saturday night, there were two accidents involving motorcyclists. One of the cyclists died as a result of his injuries.
Updated: 11/20/2005 - Early this morning a fight escalated between two groups. When all was said and done, one teen had to be rushed to the hospital, a victim of a gunshot wound.
Updated: 11/28/2005 - Can you imagine what it takes to get middle school students screaming in excitement about a science class? In this Teaching Our Kids, we go to Swope Middle School where the science classroom has taken on a new beat."
Updated: 11/18/2005 - Scientists at the University of Arizona say high concentrations of tungsten and cobalt in the air appear to be the source of a leukemia cluster in Fallon which has killed three of 17 children affected.
Updated: 11/17/2005 - We first introduced you to the Garlocks back in March of 2003. Three of their family members were being shipped out to Iraq. Since then, they've served two tours of duty in the Middle East. One son is still fighting the insurgents today. The Garlocks say pulling out now...would make of all that progress in vain.
Updated: 11/16/2005 - What kind of transportation system would *you like for the future? That's the question the R-T-C will be asking...at its meeting tomorrow at Lawlor Events Center.