Updated: 03/24/2005 - 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: 03/25/2005 - 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: 03/23/2005 - 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 felonies.
Updated: 03/23/2005 - With the number of new recruits falling, the Army opens the door to older citizen soldiers.
Updated: 03/23/2005 - For many people, gambling and smoking go hand in hand. That's why some are surprised--and outraged--that Colorado and New Jersey are considering laws that would ban smoking in casinos. Could Nevada ever pass a similar law?
Updated: 03/23/2005 - The Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility is looking at possibly recycling wastewater to be used as drinking water.
Updated: 03/24/2005 - If you're looking for a place to take your children to hunt for Easter Eggs there's plenty of places.
Updated: 03/22/2005 - A United Nations report released today, says over 1billion people around the world lack safe water. One local company is trying to develop earth-based water processing devices. The company is called Crestridge. Next month, it will break ground on a manufacturing plant in Patrick. Managers got into the water purification business a few years ago, and now NASA is jumping on board.
Updated: 03/21/2005 - We had another gang-related shooting this weekend. It happened near the intersection of Second Street and Arlington in Downtown Reno. It's the third shooting in one weeks time.
Updated: 03/21/2005 - The Nevada Commission on Nuclear Projects held one of its quarterly meetings this afternoon in the state's capital. That sounds routine, but this meeting was a bit more exciting than usual as much of the discussion was over the alleged falsified documents that we learned about last week.
Updated: 03/20/2005 - James Augustine scored a career-high 23 points and Jack Ingram added 12 more in the top-seeded Illini's 71-59 win over ninth-seeded Nevada in the second round of the NCAA tournament Saturday. Augustine also grabbed 10 rebounds, blocked four shots and had two steals.
Updated: 03/16/2005 - A robbery at an Indian smoke shop in Reno turned deadly Wednesday when a tribal police officer apparently shot and killed the suspect.
Updated: 03/16/2005 - Foes of a national nuclear waste dump in Nevada say the project has been crippled by today's revelations that key scientific documents might have been falsified. And lawyers for the state are pouncing on the disclosures as key evidence in the battle over Yucca Mountain.
Updated: 03/16/2005 - Time is running out for Wolfpack fans to make it to the big game in Indianapolis.
Updated: 03/16/2005 - Construction has begun on a new geothermal plant south of Reno.
Updated: 03/16/2005 - Storey County Sheriff Pat Whitten is hanging up his badge next week for a new county job. County commissioners have appointed the 51-year-old Whitten to the newly created position of administration and budget director.