Updated: 05/08/2005 - Mother's Day is the second-largest holiday for gift giving of the year. That's why some local mom's decided to look past cards and flowers and to learn more about why we celebrate Mother's day.
Updated: 05/07/2005 - If you love to ride a bike, especially in weather like today, you can understand people's frustration if they can't ride.
Updated: 05/07/2005 - The Division of Forestry says the hills are more green than the last couple of years. But, the lush landscape is also responsible for providing a vast supply of fire fuel. That's why 800 sheep hit a south Reno hillside this morning to graze on those very fuels for the next two months.
Updated: 05/06/2005 - Beer might be losing it's status among young drinkers. Find out why their drink of choice could be anything but their father's favorite suds.
Updated: 05/06/2005 - A bomb scare that shut down central Truckee for close to four hours is finally over. Luckily, a suspicious bag found at the train station turned out to be nothing more than a suitcase full of clothes. Hundreds of people were evacuated from the area because of the threat.
Updated: 05/06/2005 - Washoe County Health Officials report a big increase in a number of sexually transmitted diseases.
Updated: 05/04/2005 - As soon as the temperatures rises here in Northern Nevada you can bet mosquito season won't be far behind. For the first time the government says consumers can feel comfortable using more than one kind of mosquito repellant.
Updated: 05/05/2005 - The final options for the new Nevada state quarter were revealed today in Carson City. A two year process and five hundred design entries have culminated in five designs that await your vote.
Updated: 05/03/2005 - A weighty issue is on the table at a casino in Atlantic City. Cocktail waitresses at New Jersey's Borgata Casino could be fired if they don't adhere to a weight-limit policy. In Reno and Sparks, cocktail waitresses are considered brand ambassadors for casinos and therefore, appearance at varying degrees is taken into consideration.
Updated: 05/03/2005 - Last night in the first part of our special report "Who's More Secure," Nevada lawmakers are critical of the way homeland security dollars are distributed. Tonight, we'll look at some of the equipment being bought...which is raising the eyebrows of even some congressional leaders.
Updated: 05/03/2005 - Two recent shootings and more than 20 violent crimes in the past couple months have law enforcement working overtime to monitor gang activity here in the Reno area. With the weather warming up and school year drawing to a close....the 21 members of the "Regional Gang Unit" are stepping up their efforts.
Updated: 05/02/2005 - Search teams were called off and a missing little girl was back home. Sunday afternoon seven-year old Andreana Alvarado disappeared from her family's front yard. After several stressful hours for her family and neighbors, the little girl was found sleeping just a few feet from where everyone was searching.