More Headlines

At Least 17 Dead in India Bus Crash

Posted: 07/23/2010 - Police say at least 17 people have been killed after a bus veered off a mountain road and plunged into a river in Indian Kashmir.

Read More

China Floods Put Pressure On Three Gorges Dam

Posted: 07/23/2010 - Record-high water levels at China's massive Three Gorges Dam have called into question Beijing's claims that the world's largest hydroelectric project could withstand a 10,000-year flood.

Read More

Chavez To Aid Abkhazia, S Ossetia Seek Recognition

Posted: 07/23/2010 - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez promised to call on his Latin American allies to recognize the independence of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, two separatist Georgian regions considered autonomous states by just four countries around the world.

Read More

23 Bodies Found At Northern Mexico Dumping Ground

Posted: 07/23/2010 - Authorities found the remains of at least 23 people in a series of pits and scattered on the ground at a suspected drug-gang dumping site near the industrial hub of Monterrey in northern Mexico, an official said Friday.

Read More

NKorea: "Nuclear Deterrence" To US/SK War Games

Posted: 07/23/2010 - North Korea inflamed tensions over the deadly sinking of a South Korean warship by threatening the United States and South Korea on Saturday with "nuclear deterrence" if they carry out naval maneuvers this weekend.

Read More

Honduras Judge Drops 2 Charges Against Ex-Leader

Posted: 07/23/2010 - A Honduran judge has dropped abuse of power charges against ousted President Manuel Zelaya. But the order doesn't affect other charges pending against the ex-leader.

Read More

India Unveils Prototype of $35 Tablet Computer

Posted: 07/23/2010 - It looks like an iPad, only it's 1/14th the cost: India has unveiled the prototype of a $35 basic touchscreen tablet aimed at students, which it hopes to bring into production by 2011.

Read More

First Details on China's Oil Spill Cause Emerge

Posted: 07/23/2010 - The first details emerged Friday on the cause of China's largest reported oil spill, while environmentalists urged the government to do more to warn local residents of potential danger, saying children are playing still off nearby beaches.

Read More

Raytheon Unveils Scorpion Helmet Technology

Posted: 07/23/2010 - As the desert landscape unfolds ahead, the jet fighter pilot glances to his right. Spotting an enemy target, a sensor attached to his helmet relays the information straight back to his flight controls, allowing him to fire immediately without turning his aircraft.

Read More

Another Ceremonial Monument Found Near Stonehenge

Posted: 07/22/2010 - Scientists scouring the area around Stonehenge said Thursday they have uncovered the foundations of a second circular structure only a few hundred meters (yards) from the world famous monument.

Read More

Pipeline Fixed as China Works to Contain Spill

Posted: 07/22/2010 - China and environmental observers said cleanup efforts on the country's largest reported oil spill were progressing Thursday, but the environmental and economic damage was clear.

Read More

Tropical Depression Moving Toward Oil Spill

Posted: 07/22/2010 - A newly formed tropical depression raked the low-lying Bahamas with rain and lightening on Thursday as it headed on a course for the site of massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Read More

French Investigators Question Minister's Wife

Posted: 07/21/2010 - The wife of France's labor minister was questioned Wednesday by police investigating the finances of the heiress to the L'Oreal cosmetics fortune.

Read More

Chilean Church Seeks Clemency For Aging Prisoners

Posted: 07/21/2010 - Chile's Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday urged President Sebastian Pinera to grant a sweeping pardon to aged and long-serving inmates - and the fact it would aid military officers who committed crimes against humanity has angered relatives of their victims.

Read More

Mexico Worried By Rise In Hemorrhagic Dengue

Posted: 07/21/2010 - Mexico is facing a sort of perfect storm of floods that breed mosquitoes, prompting a big increase in the number of hemorrhagic dengue cases, the country's top epidemiological official said Wednesday.

Read More

Moscow Accuses US Of Kidnapping Pilot

Posted: 07/21/2010 - The Russian Foreign Ministry accused the U.S. on Wednesday of "kidnapping" a Russian pilot in the West African country of Liberia several weeks ago for alleged drug smuggling.

Read More

Lost Kafka Writings Resurface, Trapped In Trial

Updated: 07/21/2010 - It seems almost Kafkaesque: Ten safety deposit boxes of never-published writings by Franz Kafka, their exact contents unknown, are trapped in courts and bureaucracy, much like one of the nightmarish visions created by the author himself.

Read More

China Flooding Kills 701 In Worst Toll In A Decade

Posted: 07/20/2010 - Flooding this year has killed 701 people, left 347 missing and caused tens of billions of dollars in damage, the worst toll across the board that China has seen in a decade, a senior Chinese official said Wednesday.

Read More

Earthquake Shakes Southern Iran

Posted: 07/20/2010 - State TV says a strong earthquake with a magnitude of 5.8 has shaken southern Iran, injuring 15 people.

Read More
KOLO-TV 4850 Ampere Drive Reno, NV 89502
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability