Updated: 6:40 PM Senate Bill would make English the official language here in Nevada. Most materials printed could only be printed in official language--no Spanish or other language would be permitted if the material is generated by state or local governments.
Updated: 7:13 PM An event Saturday promises you a real steal, without breaking the law. Its the Physicians' Spouses Annual Rummage Sale. One of kind items, good quality good, all at low prices. This decades old event is not to be missed.
Updated: 9:37 PM The benefits of breast feeding your infant are clear cut. Disease resistance, plus a less likely chance of developing juvenile diabetes and even M.S later in life. With the Affordable Health Care Act, insurance companies are now required to cover the cost of breast pumps and lactation consultants.
Updated: 1:58 PM A Reno artist is making no apology for her work and her medium of choice. Nancy Peppin uses Twinkies in painting, shadow boxes, and other designs. They are snack cakes that should be seen, never eaten.
Updated: 6:55 PM On this Black Friday, many shoopers are focued on getting the best deals possible. Others want to make their buck count and look for local retailers to do their shopping. One local event allowed local women to do just that.
Updated: 11:48 PM Two local non-profit agencies are getting some help form the Sierra Nevada Job Corps. The Job Corps says its new program, “Helping from the Heart” will put its students where they are needed most.
Updated: 2:07 PM A popular exercise craze is teaming up with the largest breast cancer organization in the country. The event is called “Party In Pink” where Zumba exercisers hope to raise money for cancer awareness.
Updated: 8:31 AM New changes for customers who want to shop and eat in midtown area of Reno. The area along the South Virginia Street corridor from California Avenue to Center Street now has censors to monitor parking patterns.
Updated: 7:47 PM Every week on KOLO 8 News Now, we tell you about a different local business. It's our way of helping to support the local economy. This week, KOLO 8 News Now's Lauren Garber gets a gun lesson at Safe Shot Indoor Range.
Updated: 7:43 AM Starting in June, the incandescent lights you're used to using will no longer be manufactured, and that means you're going to have to make the switch to LED or more energy-efficient lighting. That's where Deeter Lighting can help.
Updated: 1:37 PM "It has to cover the gray today" says Gine Nowaczewski, who's getting her hair done by Stylist Sean Moore at Shearz Salon in Sparks. Sean has been doing her hair for years, but this time, it's in a new spot.