More Headlines

Gbagbo's Grip Slipping

Posted: 04/01/2011 - Laurent Gbagbo's 10-year grip on the Ivory Coast seemed to be in its final hours after fighters encircled both his residence and the presidential palace and battled to unseat the man who has refused to recognize his defeat in last year's election.

Read More

Burrito Vendor And Son Killed by Gunmen

Posted: 04/01/2011 - Gunmen opened fire on a burrito truck in this border city, killing the vendor, his 10-year-old son and two other people Friday, a day after an attack on a nearby bar resulted in 10 deaths.

Read More

14 Kidnapped By Gunmen in Philippines

Updated: 04/01/2011 - Police say gunmen in the restive southern Philippines have kidnapped 14 people, most of them teachers, and are demanding freedom for jailed relatives.

Read More

25,000 Feared Dead in Japan

Posted: 04/01/2011 - Japan's prime minister promised Saturday to support the hundreds of thousands of people who lost everything in a massive tsunami as he set foot for the first time on the country's destroyed northeastern coast.

Read More

US Ending its Air Combat Role in Libya

Posted: 04/01/2011 - The Pentagon is about to pull its attack planes out of the international air campaign in Libya, hoping NATO partners can take up the slack.

Read More

Ireland: Banks Need Euro24B More, Will Be Overhauled

Posted: 03/31/2011 - Ireland's ailing banks need another euro24 billion ($34 billion) in cash in a move that will leave all of them under state control and facing a complete overhaul, officials announced in a long-awaited effort to cap a 3-year banking crisis.

Read More

Reports: 4 Found Guilty In Tonga Ferry Disaster

Posted: 03/31/2011 - Four men were found guilty of manslaughter Friday in connection to the 2009 sinking of a packed passenger ferry in Tonga that was one of the South Pacific nation's worst disasters, media reports said.

Read More

Guatemalans Demand Release Of Accused Drug Lord

Posted: 03/31/2011 - Police say 400 people marched in support of Guatemala's reputed top drug trafficker captured by the government and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

Read More

Gadhafi, Defiant, Calls on Enemies to Resign

Posted: 03/31/2011 - Moammar Gadhafi has issued a defiant statement after two high-profile departures from his regime, and is calling on leaders of countries attacking his forces to resign.

Read More

Higher Radiation Found Outside Japan Nuclear Plant

Updated: 03/31/2011 - New readings show radiation levels continue to rise in the ocean outside a leaking nuclear plant in Japan's northeast, officials said Thursday, as they debated whether to broaden the evacuation zone around the tsunami-damaged facility.

Read More

Pro-Ouattara Forces Seize Ivory Coast Capital

Posted: 03/30/2011 - Fighters supporting Ivory Coast's internationally recognized leader seized control of the nation's administrative capital on Wednesday, marking a symbolic victory after months of political chaos sparked when the country's former president refused to step down after an election.

Read More

China's Military Seeks More Exchanges

Updated: 03/30/2011 - China's latest policy paper on defense has emphasized the need for confidence-building measures and more exchanges with foreign militaries.

Read More

Israeli: Argentina Gives Commitment To Bomb Probe

Posted: 03/30/2011 - An Israeli official said Wednesday that Argentina's foreign minister offered assurance his government is committed to investigating two terrorist bombings against Jews in this South American nation in the 1990s.

Read More

Gadhafi's Forces Adapt To Airstrikes, Pound Rebels

Updated: 03/30/2011 - Moammar Gadhafi's ground forces recaptured a strategic oil town Wednesday and moved within striking distance of another major eastern city, nearly reversing the gains rebels made since international airstrikes began.

Read More

Missing Australian Writer Contacted In China

Posted: 03/29/2011 - A Chinese-born Australian spy novelist who disappeared in China has been contacted and says he is in a hospital, though a friend claimed Wednesday he may be in the custody of secret police.

Read More

TEPCO President Hospitalized In Tokyo

Updated: 03/30/2011 - Radiation leaking into seawater from Japan's tsunami-damaged reactor complex reached its highest level yet Wednesday and the president of the plant's utility company was hospitalized, as setbacks accumulated in Japan's nuclear crisis.

Read More

Long Blackouts Pose Risk to US Reactors

Updated: 03/29/2011 - It's a nightmarish scenario - a days-long blackout at a nuclear power plant leading to a radioactive leak. Though the odds of that happening are extremely remote, an Associated Press investigation has found that some U.S. plants are more vulnerable than others.

Read More

Genocide Court Sentences Rwandan Mayor to Life

Posted: 03/29/2011 - A United Nations court for Rwanda's 1994 genocide has sentenced a former mayor to life imprisonment for the mass killings of Tutsis, some of whom were refugees seeking sanctuary in churches to escape violence.

Read More

NATO Commander: Signs of al-Qaida in Libyan Rebels

Posted: 03/29/2011 - As the United States and other nations build ties with rebels and political opponents trying to oust Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi, intelligence suggests al-Qaida and other terrorists have a small presence within the opposition group, a top military commander said Tuesday.

Read More

Friendly Fire Kills 13 Pakistani Troops

Posted: 03/28/2011 - A Pakistani military commander says friendly fire killed 13 troops caught up in a militant ambush close to the Afghan border.

Read More
KOLO-TV 4850 Ampere Drive Reno, NV 89502
Copyright © 2002-2015 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability
Gray Television, Inc.