Updated: 01/03/2014 - A Carson City woman shot and wounded by her ex-boyfriend has been released from the hospital.
Posted: 01/03/2014 - Leadership at the Nevada Supreme Court will change on January 6, 2014, with Chief Justice Kristina Pickering stepping down after a productive year and turning over the reins of the state’s Judicial Branch to incoming Chief Justice Mark Gibbons.
Posted: 01/03/2014 - A federal judge in Reno says ex-Nevada lobbyist Harvey Whittemore can remain out of prison until the U.S. Supreme Court rules in a pending campaign finance case.
Posted: 01/03/2014 - Family members say a Douglas County woman was killed after colliding with a snowboarder and being knocked into a tree while skiing at Heavenly Resort.
Posted: 01/03/2014 - Despite strong opposition from residents, Lyon County commissioners have approved land-use changes that will allow a company to pursue mining exploration close to the historic town of Silver City.
Posted: 01/03/2014 - While other parts of the country are being hammered by snow, northern Nevada begins 2014 heading into a third year of drought.
Posted: 01/03/2014 - President Barack Obama will press Congress to reinstate long-term unemployment benefits for 1.3 million Americans when he returns to Washington next week.
Posted: 01/03/2014 - The Nevada Humane Society is helping pet owners bring in the new year with the Happy Neuter Year campaign.
Updated: 01/03/2014 - DMV tells us computers are back up and running after a delay that caused online and in office systems to go down.
Updated: 01/02/2014 - Say goodbye to the incandescent light bulb. A ban on production or import of the 40 and 60 watt versions went into effect with the new year. The alternatives will cost you more up front, but save in the long run.
Posted: 01/03/2014 - With some buildings in the district more than 60 years old, Washoe County Schools says in the next ten years it will have more than $300-million in maintenance costs. The district currently has seventy-three million dollars from a bond. The 2012 bond is for five years, leaving the district with no dedicated funding source for school repairs when the money is spent.