More Headlines

Murder Suspect Had Threatened Suicide

Scales of Justice

Updated: 06/27/2003 - The former girlfriend of Christopher Fiegehen says he threatened to kill himself hours before allegedly stabbing her stepfather to death and shooting her mother.

Read More

FBI Conducts 40-State Anti-Terror Probe

Updated: 06/26/2003 - The FBI is conducting investigations into al-Qaida and affiliated terrorist groups in 40 states, placing urgency on finding any sleeper cells that could mount large-scale attacks, a senior agency official said Thursday.

Read More

Medicare Bills Advance in Congress

Updated: 06/26/2003 - Legislation to remake Medicare cleared critical hurdles at both ends of the Capitol Thursday night as the Republican-controlled House and Senate moved toward approval of bills to provide prescription drugs for seniors while giving private insurance companies a broad new role in the program.

Read More

Fed Cuts Key Rate by a Quarter Point

Updated: 06/25/2003 - The Federal Reserve cut a key short-term interest rate Wednesday by one-quarter percentage point to its lowest level in 45 years.

Read More

Foam Chunk Likely Caused Columbia Crash

Updated: 06/24/2003 - A suitcase sized chunk of foam that smashed into Columbia's left wing and damaged a critical heat shield is "the most probable cause" of the Columbia space shuttle disaster, an investigation panel said Tuesday.

Read More

Local Firefighters Help Battle Arizona Blazes

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Support teams from Northern Nevada are in Arizona to help in those wildfires. Supervisors from the Division of Forestry, Bureau of Land Management, and U.S. Forest Service left Sunday and some left Monday.

Read More

Washoe Commissioners to Take Up Burning Man

Burning Man

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Washoe County commissioners are scheduled to decide Tuesday whether to rehear their denial of a permanent staging area sought by organizers of the annual Burning Man festival.

Read More

Assembly GOP Seeks Budget Cuts in Colleges, Welfare

Nevada Legislature 2003

Updated: 06/23/2003 - To break a legislative deadlock over Nevada tax increases, Assembly Republicans want to scale back the state budget by trimming the university system and health and welfare programs.

Read More

Elko Police Investigate Balcony Death

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Elko police were trying to determine if a man fell, jumped or was pushed to his death from a third-story balcony over the weekend.

Read More

Reno Gets Funds to Clean Polluted `Brownfield' Site

City of Reno, Nevada

Updated: 06/23/2003 - The Reno Redevelopment Agency will get a $200,000 federal grant to clean up pollution at the former site of an auto repair shop, the Environmental Protection Agency said.

Read More

Sierra Spirit Discovering Reno

Updated: 06/23/2003 - There is now a brand-new way for tourists and locals to get around downtown Reno. It's called "Sierra Spirit" - a bus line that's operated by the Regional Transportation Commission.

Read More

Train-Car Collision Kills Fallon Woman

Updated: 06/23/2003 - An Amtrak train was heading east toward Salt Lake City Sunday night when Washoe sheriff's deputies say a driver tried to cross the tracks in front of the oncoming train. The driver of the car was killed.

Read More

Groups Call for Probe of Nuke Storage Containers

Yucca Mountain

Updated: 06/23/2003 - Two public interest groups have called for an investigation into possible design flaws concerning storage containers that would be used in transporting nuclear waste to Yucca Mountain.

Read More

Lawmaker Critical of Regents' Tahoe Meeting

University of Nevada, Reno

Updated: 06/23/2003 - The Board of Regents spent $4,000 to hold an overnight workshop at Lake Tahoe last week, and one lawmaker said the expenditure shows"poor timing and judgment"in light of the state's budget crunch.

Read More

Educators Stepping Up Pressure on Lawmakers

Nevada Legislature 2003

Updated: 06/23/2003 - State lawmakers return to Carson City next week to begin another special session and resume their search for an agreement on taxes and education funding.

Read More

Extreme Bulls Kick Off Rodeo Week

Updated: 06/20/2003 - Even though the Rodeo doesn't begin until tomorrow, it doesn't mean there won't be any action tonight.

Read More

Inter-City Bus Service Saved

Updated: 06/23/2003 - A local bus service slated to be cut was saved this morning thanks to the Regional Transportation Commission.

Read More

V.A. Stand Down Helping Local Vets

Updated: 06/20/2003 - About one-third of the adult homeless population served in the armed forces and about 40 percent of homeless veterans suffer from mental illness and alcohol or drug abuse problems.

Read More

Budget Issue Prompts Nevada Bond Delay

Nevada Budget Crisis

Updated: 06/20/2003 - State Treasurer Brian Krolicki says the sale of $200 million in state bonds for items such as parks and cultural resource will be delayed indefinitely due to the state's uncertain financial situation.

Read More

Cop Killer Sentenced To 2 Life Sentences

Updated: 06/20/2003 - A man convicted of convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of a Reno police officer during an armed standoff has been formally sentenced to two life terms in prison without parole.

Read More

Nevada Welfare Count Down Over 2002

Updated: 06/20/2003 - The number of Nevadans getting welfare benefits during May was down 17 percent compared with the same month a year earlier - but Gov. Kenny Guinn said Thursday he remains cautious.

Read More
KOLO-TV 4850 Ampere Drive Reno, NV 89502
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability