Updated: 06/28/2005 - President Bush is at Fort Bragg in North Carolina tonight. He met with families of those killed in iraq. The President went before the nation to re-state his case for the war. Polls show lukewarm public support for his Iraq policy. Many americans are wondering about our direction in Iraq.
Updated: 06/28/2005 - Summer vacation is often viewed as a time for kids to take a break from learning. But, studies show that's not the best way for them to stay mentally sharp...and ready to learn when the school year resumes.
Updated: 06/28/2005 - The belief that animals can predict earthquakes has been around for centuries.
Updated: 06/26/2005 - Seismetologists with the University of Nevada say anytime there is an earthquake, there is about a 10-percent chance there will be a larger quake within the following couple hours.
Posted: 06/26/2005 - The quake had researchers from the University of Nevada scrambling shortly after it hit. The data is not only a document to this quake, but to others that could potentially occur.
Updated: 06/26/2005 - A light earthquake struck Sunday morning several miles north of Lake Tahoe, according to a preliminary report from the U.S. Geological Survey. So far there have been no reports of damages or injuries.
Updated: 06/25/2005 - Nevada is one of the top ten most expensive places to vacation in the country, but those in the tourism industry work hard to promote conventions, tournaments, and other special events to prevent a summer that keeps the rooms booked.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - Each year officials hope lessons from the year before will help them improve and refine their firefighting techniques. Fire fighters say it's all about timing and communication. The less time it takes to get a crew into the heart of a fire, the more likely they can get the job done well.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - The Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitor's Authority (RSCVA) and the Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RTIA) are welcoming the start of the 2005 Volleyball Festival with a volleyball skills demonstration by a Nevada team that's one of the top teams on the west coast.
Updated: 06/24/2005 - One person is dead and six others are behind bars following a pre-dawn melee in a Gardnerville neighborhood.
Updated: 06/23/2005 - The Washoe County grand jury has indicted a man...in connection with the death of an elderly Verdi woman four years ago. Twenty-five year old Kiven Johnson was indicted for murder yesterday...for killing 80-year old Virginia Mosconi at her home on June 9th of 2001. Johnson is currently serving time in California on unrelated charges.
Updated: 06/23/2005 - Cities may bulldoze people's homes to make way for shopping malls or other private development, a divided Supreme Court ruled Thursday, giving local governments broad power to seize private property to generate tax revenue.
Updated: 06/22/2005 - Many police officers across the country - including right here in Reno - are uneasy because they're wearing bullet-proof vests that have been recalled, and are now considered unsafe.
Updated: 06/22/2005 - Reno is considering changes to it's master plan....changes that could restrict the spread of neighborhood casinos in the future.
Updated: 06/22/2005 - The Reno City Council approved the sale of the old City Hall Wednesday to Panattoni Development Company, who plans to help turn the building into a discovery museum. The sale of the building, which is located at 490 S. Center Street, will bring the City $1.85 million.