Posted: 8:49 AM A science teacher at Reno's Wooster High School is being honored by the Desert Research Institute.
Updated: 8:51 AM A Carson City man is facing arson charges tonight after allegedly setting his home on fire. Investigators say he was distraught and attempting to take his own life when he lit the fire in a home on the 1400 block of Siskiyou Drive. He escaped, and no one else was injured in the fire.
Posted: 2:42 PM Lawyers defending Harvey Whittemore at his upcoming federal trial on charges he made illegal campaign contributions to Sen. Harry Reid say money Whittemore gave to employees were gifts of appreciation not reimbursement for their own donations to the Nevada Democrat.
Updated: 8:53 AM One person was severely injured in an apartment fire in the 5200 block of W. Fourth Street, west of downtown Reno late Sunday morning. Investigators are now trying to find out what started it.
Posted: 10:59 AM A Native American leader from Nevada recently named to a national tourism advisory board says tribes need to learn to better tap into the keen interest so many travelers have in their heritage and the culture and history of the West.
Posted: 10:39 AM It's not that easy to catch crawfish in Lake Tahoe. Turns out, it's harder to keep them.
Updated: 8:54 AM Law enforcement cleared the scene of a suspicious package at the 7-Eleven on Main Street in Fernley.
Posted: 5:46 PM Sparks Police are looking for the man who robbed a restaurant employee as she was walking across the parking lot with the restaurant's bank deposit.
Updated: 2:20 PM Residents of the El Cortez Hotel in downtown Reno have been allowed to return, but will not have hot water tonight, after a carbon monoxide leak was found in the building.
Posted: 2:49 PM And you dread the April 15 IRS tax deadline? That's nothing compared to the fervor building at the Nevada Legislature.
Updated: 5:16 PM Sheriff's deputies in California have discovered a body southwest of Lake Tahoe that could be that of a missing Reno woman.
Updated: 2:50 PM Drivers in the state capital came out in force to help support the Carson High School cheerleaders.
Posted: 10:02 AM Nevada is suffering from lingering drought but the lack of moisture has also stunted growth of fuels so the fire danger there is expected to be normal.
Updated: 1:00 PM Security measures in place at this year's Boston Marathon were not enough to prevent the tragic bombing. In light of that, event planners across the country are reviewing safety practices, and once again tightening the reigns. That includes Reno River Festival on the Truckee.
Updated: 3:58 PM Bills sign 4 draft picks before rookie camp opens, but top three picks remain unsigned.