More Headlines

US Ed Secretary's Visit to Alabama School Draws Ire

Posted: 03/06/2010 - Alabama's Legislative Black Caucus on Saturday called on U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan to cancel a planned appearance at Robert E. Lee High School in Montgomery.

Read More

Midnight Deadline Looms in Cablevision-ABC Feud

Posted: 03/06/2010 - With a midnight deadline looming on a threat to pull the plug on Cablevision's 3.1 million customers in New York a day before the Academy Awards, there was still no word Saturday night on whether ABC's parent company and the cable operator have reached a decision.

Read More

Lawyer: New Testimony in Knox Murder Case

Posted: 03/06/2010 - A convict has offered new testimony in the murder case of American student Amanda Knox, according to the lawyer for Knox's former boyfriend.

Read More

911 call reveals Michigan girl's pleas to help mother

Posted: 03/05/2010 - Her mother shot and dying in a Detroit home, an 8-year-old girl desperately pleaded to a 911 dispatcher for help. But Monica Botello's daughter didn't know where she was or how to tell police to get there.

Read More

Indiana Worker Fires Shotgun into Office, No Injuries

Posted: 03/05/2010 - Police say a state Department of Workforce Development auditor who had just received a poor job review shot at co-workers at an agency office in the northwest Indiana city of Portage.

Read More

Feds: 68 Fatal ODs Linked to Scheme at Kansas Clinic

Posted: 03/05/2010 - A new federal indictment implicates a Kansas doctor and his wife in nine additional patient deaths, bringing to 68 the number of fatal overdoses the government contends are linked to illegal prescription writing and a moneymaking conspiracy at their clinic.

Read More

A Look at Reservoirs Used for Water Supply

Posted: 03/05/2010 - A ruling by a federal judge last year that Atlanta has been illegally tapping Lake Lanier as its primary water source could have ripple effects across the country.

Read More

Illinois judge won't toss torture suit naming Rumsfeld

Posted: 03/05/2010 - A federal judge refused Friday to dismiss a civil lawsuit accusing former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld of responsibility for the alleged torture by U.S. forces of two Americans who worked for an Iraqi contracting firm.

Read More

Government Slow in Efforts to Force Safer Window Blinds

Posted: 03/05/2010 - When 3-year-old Brandyn Coppedge became entangled on a window blind cord, it took less than a minute for the toddler to strangle. His father says the safety device designed to prevent such a tragedy had broken, but the window blind was never recalled.

Read More

Sarah Palin Pitching TV Show About Alaska

Posted: 03/05/2010 - Producer Mark Burnett says he is pitching a series to television networks that would be about Alaska seen through the eyes of its most famous resident, Sarah Palin.

Read More

Official: Pentagon Shooter Was Well Armed

Updated: 03/05/2010 - The well-dressed gunman mortally wounded after firing at and injuring two Pentagon police officers was armed with two 9 millimeter semiautomatic weapons and carried several magazines of ammunition, the chief of the Pentagon police said Friday.

Read More

Officials: Pentagon Shooting Suspect Dies

Updated: 03/05/2010 - The two Pentagon police officers wounded by a gunman yesterday have been released from the hospital. One was hit in the thigh and the other in the shoulder. The chief of Pentagon police describes the injuries as superficial. Meanwhile, the 36-year-old gunman is dead from head wounds received in the exchange with police.

Read More

Malvo Sends Setter of Apology to Louisiana Victim

Posted: 03/04/2010 - A Louisiana man shot by Lee Boyd Malvo before the criminal spree that terrorized the Washington, D.C., area in 2002 has received a letter of apology from the convicted sniper.

Read More

WH Leans Toward Military Trials for 9/11 Suspects

Posted: 03/04/2010 - White House advisers are nearing a recommendation for President Barack Obama to choose a military trial for self-professed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four of his alleged henchman, senior administration officials said Thursday.

Read More

Black Leaders Believe NY Gov Should Stay in Office

Posted: 03/04/2010 - Influential black leaders in New York City said Thursday night that they believe Gov. David Paterson should stay in office amid allegations he and his staff interfered in a domestic violence case involving a top governor's aide.

Read More

Police: $800 Robbery Preceded Wisconsin Slayings, Fire

Posted: 03/04/2010 - Two felons were charged Thursday with homicide and arson in the deaths of a mother, her two young children and a woman who also was the men's alleged accomplice in a case that began with an $800 robbery.

Read More

3 RI Cops Charged in Cocaine-Dealing Operation

Posted: 03/04/2010 - Three Providence police officers, including a narcotics detective and a school resource officer, were arrested Thursday on charges that they helped with a cocaine-dealing operation.

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