Updated: 01/22/2006 - A 5 year old Reno child kidnapped is rescued safely.
Updated: 01/22/2006 - This weekend marks the 33rd anniversary of the Roe v. Wade supreme court decision allowing women the right to have a legal abortion.
Updated: 01/31/2006 - The TMCC spring semester begins Monday. And if you still have room in your schedule, News Channel 8's Alana Adams shows us one class for those who love their video games.
Updated: 01/22/2006 - Tragedy in the mountains as a snowshoer dies from a heart attack.
Updated: 01/31/2006 - Four Reno middle school students have been suspended for allegedly threatening violence against their school. MySpace.com has 46-million users, and is very popular among teens. The four students at O'Brien Middle School were also users, and authorities say that's how the possible threat became public.
Updated: 01/20/2006 - The Sparks City Council on Monday is scheduled to consider master plan and city code amendments that would limit where new casinos can be built.
Updated: 01/20/2006 - Authorities are on the look out for a mountain lion suspected of killing sheep on the north edge of Fallon near the Carson River.
Updated: 01/20/2006 - A man who pleaded guilty to a kidnapping and attacking a Reno cab driver before forcing her into the Truckee River must serve at least 20 years in prison.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - A U.S. Bureau of Land Management firefighter is accused of starting three wildfires that burned hundreds of acres of national forest in central Nevada this summer.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - How effective are restraining orders? Police say they work. But, as we've seen over the past few months... sometimes they simply *don't* protect victims from violence.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - A Reno teacher accused of sexually assaulting a young girl has died of an apparent suicide, authorities said.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - Las Vegas Democrat Jack Carter, son of former President Jimmy Carter, plans to make his bid for the U.S. Senate official on Feb. 6.
Updated: 01/19/2006 - Democratic Nevada lawmakers say they'll seek to improve public confidence in government by reintroducing ethics bills at the 2007 Legislature.
Updated: 01/18/2006 - Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, who led congressional Democrats in announcing an ethics reform package Wednesday, found himself rebutting renewed Republicans attacks over his ties to disgraced ex-lobbyist Jack Abramoff.
Updated: 01/17/2006 - Gov. Kenny Guinn asked President Bush on Tuesday for a disaster declaration to obtain federal funds to pay for almost $17 million in damage caused by New Year's weekend storms and flooding in northern Nevada.