Posted: 1:21 PM A traffic accident shut down both lanes of highway 50 Sunday afternoon along Lake Tahoe.
Updated: 8:35 AM April was an unlucky month for Nevada casinos, with revenue slightly down from the same month last year.
Updated: 8:36 AM U.S. safety regulators are trying to figure out if Honda needs to recall some older Odyssey minivans because the air bags can inflate without a crash.
Updated: 8:36 AM Gas prices are down four cents this week across Nevada.
Updated: 9:29 AM An NV Energy official confirms most of about 2,700 customers have power back in Carson City.
Updated: 5:06 PM College says woman wounded in Santa Monica shooting rampage has died; death toll rises to six.
Updated: 10:43 AM Authorities say temperatures hit an estimated 115 degrees in a Colorado River canyon where a Scout group took a fateful hike over the weekend.
Updated: 12:15 PM Sparks police are looking for a truck and driver involved in what they're calling a hit-and-run Saturday morning.
Updated: 7:57 AM A fallon man reported missing by his friends has been found alive after a Truckee River float.
Updated: 7:58 AM Power customers in part of Carson City had no air conditioning Saturday afternoon.
Posted: 8:06 AM Nevada lawmakers needed several extra hours early Tuesday morning to finish the state's legislative business for the next two years. Now as the session has come to a close it is apparent who is leaving Carson City smiling and who is not.
Updated: 8:02 AM Devonte German, Jake Bray, Brent McMinn, Garrett Hampson, Mark Nowaczewski, Joey Webb, and Conor Harber were all selected on day three of the Major League Baseball Draft.
Posted: 2:03 PM The San Francisco 49ers say the team will spend another $100 million to install tech features and "enhance the fan experience" at its new Silicon Valley stadium.
Updated: 1:18 PM Los Angeles County coroners have identified one of the people gunned down at Santa Monica College in a shooting rampage that killed four people before police shot and killed the gunman.
Posted: 10:07 AM Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed into law a bill that streamlines the permitting process for the Burning Man festival and other events on federal land.