Posted: 12/29/2011 - WIne and Ski Expo
Posted: 12/29/2011 - WIne and Ski Expo
Posted: 12/29/2011 - GRAY TELEVISION GROUP, INC. LEGAL TERMS FOR WEBSITE USAGE
Posted: 12/28/2011 - Sparks police report a shooting near 1100 15th Street in Sparks
Updated: 10/20/2011 - During nearly 42 years in power in Libya, oammar Gadhafi was one of the world's most eccentric dictators, so mercurial that he was both condemned and courted by the West, while he brutally warped his country with his idiosyncratic vision of autocratic rule until he was finally toppled by his own people.
Posted: 09/27/2011 - Power to be out for 5-6 more hours, for 200 customers near Reed High
Posted: 09/21/2011 - Two Americans jailed as spies in Iran have been released
Updated: 08/10/2011 - Crews responding to small airplane crash in Washoe Valley
Updated: 07/22/2011 - Homes in Sparks were evacuated early Thursday morning after a car crashed into a home, triggering a gas leak.
Updated: 07/19/2011 - A space shuttle left the International Space Station for the very last time Tuesday, heading home to end the 30-year run of a vessel that kept U.S. astronauts flying to and from orbit longer than any other rocketship.
Updated: 07/18/2011 - NASA's orbiting astronauts detached a huge storage bin full of trash from the International Space Station on Monday and loaded it aboard Atlantis for the last shuttle ride back to Earth.
Updated: 07/08/2011 - Hiring slowed to a near-standstill last month. Employers added the fewest jobs in nine months and the unemployment rate rose to 9.2 percent.
Updated: 07/08/2011 - Fire crews are on the scene of 3 wildfires burning overnight near Carson City. Two of those fires are on Kings Canyon Road and the third is on "C" hill.
Updated: 07/06/2011 - Former reputed mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger, who escaped prosecution for 16 years until he was captured last month in California, is set to return to federal court in Boston to enter a plea on 19 murder charges.
Updated: 07/05/2011 - Dominique Strauss-Kahn faces a potential new sexual assault investigation Tuesday when a young French writer plans to formally accuse him of trying to rape her during a 2002 book interview.
Updated: 07/01/2011 - Authorities say a missing travel agent whose wife was found dead last month has committed suicide.
Updated: 06/30/2011 - Los Alamos nuclear laboratory officials say it could be a few days before they'll know the extent of how experiments at the facility have been affected by a shutdown caused by a 125-square mile wildfire.
Updated: 06/27/2011 - A wind-driven wildfire has forced evacuations and the closure of Los Alamos National Laboratory in northern New Mexico.
Updated: 06/10/2011 - Seniors from Washoe, McQueen and Reno high schools collected their degrees at Lawlor Events center Friday.
Updated: 06/01/2011 - Toyota is recalling 106,000 first-generation Prius hybrid cars globally for faulty steering caused by a nut that may come loose.
Posted: 05/30/2011 - Jim Tressel, who guided Ohio State to its first national title in 34 years, resigned Monday amid NCAA violations and mounting revelations that sullied the image of one of the nation's top football programs.
Posted: 05/30/2011 - Endeavour has left the International Space Station and is headed home to close out NASA's next-to-last shuttle flight.
Posted: 05/30/2011 - In the first presidential election since the tea party's emergence, Republican candidates are drifting rightward on a range of issues, even though more centrist stands might play well in the 2012 general election.
Posted: 05/30/2011 - President Barack Obama is expected to introduce Army Gen. Martin Dempsey as his choice to lead the Joint Chiefs of Staff in a Rose Garden announcement Monday.
Updated: 05/30/2011 - Two workers at Japan's crippled nuclear plant might have exceeded a radiation exposure limit amid concerns about the risks faced by the workers struggling to contain the crisis.
Posted: 05/30/2011 - The federal Bureau of Land Management has approved a Newmont Mining Corp. project that will provide a new supply of gold ore north of Carlin.