NV Energy confirms a small power outage in the area north of the Washoe Golf Course.
Gas prices are skyrocketing nation-wide and Nevada is no exception. It is the peak of the driving season so gas is in high demand. It's not a matter of how much gas prices have increased, but more of how fast it has increased.
As summer break comes to an end, kids are preparing to go back to school. Some parents may start to wonder what immunizations their kids need before heading back to class.
A spokesman for U.N. envoy Kofi Annan says Syria has accepted his plan to end the bloodshed in the country.
Two 15-year-old boys will have to pay 10,000 dollars in restitution for sparking a wildfire that burned about six square miles south of Gardnerville.
Reno police say they've caught the man who robbed a Wells Fargo bank over the weekend.
LOS ANGELES- Some families are canceling vacations while others are buying their gas a gallon at a time.
Every year students, teachers and professional chefs from several states get together for a Regional Culinary Conference.
A Sparks woman who police say killed her mother will find out her fate Thursday.
There is a major development in the investigation into the "double initial killings." Joseph Naso's semen has been found on the pantyhose of a woman, murdered in 1977.
Reno Fire Department Chief Michael Hernandez added 10 fire fighters and opened up two fire stations Wednesday that originally weren't scheduled to be prepared for high winds that have the potential to cause fires.
Today was supposed to be the busiest of the year for the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles, but it turned out to be just another day at the DMV.
Reno Police responded to a report of vehicle burglaries in the areas of Skyline Dr., Pioneer Dr. and Dant Blvd. Saturday morning around 9am.
A condemned inmate who was scheduled to be executed next month is slamming Gov. John Kitzhaber for giving him a reprieve, saying the governor didn't have the guts to carry out the execution.
A woman suspected of showering Black Fridayshoppers with pepper spray surrendered to authorities but was released pending further investigation after she refused to discuss the incident, police said Saturday.
An Ohio energy company is making an effort to hire military veterans to install solar panels at a time when veteran unemployment is outpacing that of civilians.
Four people have been arrested in the Philippines for allegedly hacking into AT&T's phone systems as part of a plan to funnel money to a Saudi-based terror group, according to police.
President Barack Obama has pitched in to help small businesses get into the holiday shopping season.
Two people were killed Saturday in pre-vote clashes in Congo's capital and police fired into a crowd that included tens of thousands of opposition supporters, prompting officials to ban further rallies as the vast central African nation prepares for a critical poll.
The lighting of the holiday tree in downtown Reno has made it official: the holiday season is here.
The LDS Church is voicing its opposition to a proposed water pipeline that would serve Las Vegas residents by tapping aquifers in eastern Nevada near the border with Utah.
North Las Vegas officials are moving into new offices after shuttering their former city hall after 45 years of use.
Police departments around the country are moving to shield their radio communications from the public as cheap, user-friendly technology has made it easy for anyone to use handheld devices to keep tabs on officers responding to crimes.
"The Twilight Saga" has staked out another huge opening with a $139.5 million first weekend domestically and a worldwide launch of $283.5 million.
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