Updated: 07/16/2004 - Important information.
Updated: 07/16/2004 - Important information.
Updated: 07/14/2004 - The Senate scuttled a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage on Wednesday, handing a defeat to President Bush yet assuring the issue renewed prominence in the fall campaign for the White House and control of Congress.
Updated: 07/14/2004 - Several firefighters and a reporter were injured, a dozen structures were destroyed or damaged and at least 300 other homes and businesses were threatened Wednesday by a wildfire burning on the west edge of the capital.
Updated: 07/15/2004 - Nevada tax foes have collected enough signatures to force a public vote on repealing a record $833 million tax increase, the leader of the petition drive said.
Updated: 07/14/2004 - More than five-hundred firefighters are working to contain a major wildfire blaze just west of Carson City -- known as the Waterfall Fire.
Updated: 07/14/2004 - When the flames are getting closer, you may wonder what you'd do if you had to leave your home.
Updated: 07/14/2004 - Fire fighters and equipment from Reno and Sparks are responding to a wildland fire in Kings Canyon west of Carson City.
Updated: 07/13/2004 - Assembly Speaker Richard Perkins, D-Henderson, and Senate Minority Leader Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas, have requested a bill draft to cap increases in Nevadans' property taxes.
Updated: 07/13/2004 - A confidant of Osama bin Laden, seen on a videotape with the al-Qaida chief as he talked about the Sept. 11 terror attacks, surrendered to Saudi diplomats in Iran and was flown to the kingdom Tuesday.
Updated: 07/13/2004 - The taps are flowing again throughout Stead.
Updated: 07/13/2004 - Even though facing an ethics complaint that could get her removed from office, Nevada Controller Kathy Augustine said Tuesday it's "business as usual in our office."
Updated: 07/13/2004 - Law officers captured a teenage suspect hiding in the bushes near an exclusive Lake Tahoe neighborhood Tuesday evening after he fled police and touched off an extensive manhunt.
Updated: 07/12/2004 - The Bush administration Monday proposed lifting a national rule that closed remote areas of national forests to logging, instead saying states should decide whether to keep a ban on road-building in those areas.
Updated: 07/12/2004 - Northern Nevada's largest fire so far this year is nearing containment in a remote area near the Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge on the Elko-White Pine county line about 45 miles northwest of Ely.
Updated: 07/12/2004 - Backers of an effort to raise Nevada's hourly minimum wage by $1 won a court order Monday temporarily blocking a decision by state election officials to prevent a public vote on the plan in November.
Updated: 07/12/2004 - President Bush defended his decision to invade Iraq even as he conceded on Monday that investigators had not found the weapons of mass destruction that he had warned the country possessed.
Updated: 07/11/2004 - Residents in the Stead area faced mandatory water conservation restrictions for a second straight day Sunday because of a break in the area's main water line.
Updated: 07/11/2004 - John Kerry's choice of John Edwards as his running mate was received favorably by the public, polls suggest, but it has made little difference so far in the race with President Bush.
Updated: 07/11/2004 - A man accused of stealing more than two dozen cattle from Nevada worth $14,000 has agreed to enter a guilty plea to avoid trial, prosecutors said.
Updated: 07/10/2004 - Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry says his selection of John Edwards as his running mate seems to have injected energy into the campaign.
Updated: 07/10/2004 - A 50-acre wildfire along Interstate 80 about 20 miles east of Truckee was contained.
Updated: 07/10/2004 - A western-themed amusement park on Lake Tahoe's north shore based on the hit 1960s television show "Bonanza" has been sold to PeopleSoft founder David Duffield for an undisclosed sum.
Updated: 07/10/2004 - Customers in the Stead area were being asked to conserve water Saturday because of a break in the area's main water line.
Updated: 07/10/2004 - The U.S. Department of Education has denied Nevada's application for grant money to fund start-up costs for charter schools.
Updated: 01/12/2005 - The Nevada Board of Education has approved the start of contract negotiations with a New Hampshire-based testing company, signaling what may be the end of a troubled relationship with the state's current firm.