Updated: 07/26/2005 - Mexican authorities are still searching for a convicted sex offender believed to have kidnapped a Fernley girl last week.
Updated: 07/26/2005 - Carmen Bauer says she should have seen the warning signs, especially the extra attention he gave her daughter.
Updated: 07/25/2005 - Since the year 2000, Life-flight helicopters, or "Air ambulances", have crashed 84 times around the nation, resulting in 60-deaths. That's more than double the number of crashes in the previous five years. News Channel Eight takes a look at a new report that examines the increasing dangers of air amulance care.
Posted: 07/25/2005 - A couple of weeks ago we told you the Bank of America in Virginia City had decided to close its doors by the end of August. We'll now they're staying open.
Updated: 07/25/2005 - The state is moving ahead with a plan to pay Bank of America nearly $1.4 million to issue $300 million in rebates to Nevada motorists by October.
Updated: 07/24/2005 - Several North Lake Tahoe beaches remain closed this weekend because of the raw sewage spill earlier in the week.
Updated: 07/22/2005 - Residents learned very quickly that it's intersections like Vista Blvd and Los Altos Pkwy that can become dangerous passes during a flash flood like last night, especially with new construction filling the hillside. But, do you know what to do when the water starts flowing?
Updated: 07/22/2005 - The city of Sparks started work immediately after last night's storm, trying to determine what areas were damaged the most. Even though rain isn't in tonight's forecast, the city is taking the repair process pretty seriously, saying all the repairs must be made before another storm hits especially in this neighborhood on Canyon Terrace Drive off Vista. Crews are sand-bagging and repairing the channel, but if it rained the city says these residents would need to leave.
Updated: 07/22/2005 - Although this heat wave has set some records, hot summer daytime temperatures are nothing new to northern Nevada. But something *different is happening with our overnight lows. Time was we could rely on the temperature dropping into the comfort zone at night, and it was one of the things a lot of us loved about living here.
Updated: 07/22/2005 - Firefighters are trying to make progress on a large fire burning in the America Flats area about three miles south of Silver City. The fire has burned over 250 acres southwest of Virginia City, in the American Flat area. It's currently 50-percent contained. A line of flames could be seen along the rugged hills last night.
Updated: 07/21/2005 - More good economic news for the Herlong area north of Reno. The Sierra Army Depot survived the Base Realignment Closure Process. Now it's getting a new neighbor--one that's bringing more jobs.
Updated: 07/21/2005 - A man is in critical condition after being shot Wensday Night at Huffaker Park.
Updated: 07/22/2005 - Plainclothes police chased a man in a thick coat through a subway station, wrestled him to the floor and shot him to death in front of stunned commuters Friday.
Updated: 07/20/2005 - A heated debate has arisen over Nevada's wild horse population. Some people want them left alone, others want them destroyed. A UNR grad student who's looking at a unique solution.
Updated: 07/20/2005 - John Roberts had breakfast with the president at the White House this morning. Now he's off to Capitol Hill. The 50-year old lawyer is President Bsh's pick for supreme court justice. They're hoping for a snag-free confirmation process on capitol hill, so roberts can take over for the retiring Sandra Day O'connor in the fall.
Updated: 07/19/2005 - The mercury is rising, and so is the price of gasoline. Gasoline prices in Nevada rose nearly 20 cents over the last month and could reach new record highs before the end of summer.