More Headlines

Federal Agency Denies Protections for Tiny Pika

Posted: 02/04/2010 - Climate change might be wiping out some populations of the American pika, a relative of the rabbit, but not enough to warrant legal protection for the tiny mountain-dwelling animal, according to a decision released Thursday.

Read More

AP source: Christmas bomb suspect flips on cleric

Posted: 02/04/2010 - A law enforcement official says the Nigerian suspect in the failed Christmas Day airliner attack has given up intelligence about a radical Muslim cleric hiding in Yemen.

Read More

Police: Standoff Over, Gunman Dead at Illinois Store

Posted: 02/03/2010 - Police say a man who opened fire in a western Illinois farm supply store didn't hold hostages before killing himself, but some employees and customers were afraid to leave the building.

Read More

Jury Gets Case Against Alleged Cartel Hit Man

Posted: 02/03/2010 - Amid a hail of gunfire, the Gulf Cartel and its enforcers moved huge bundles of cocaine, marijuana and cash while working their way through a list of men drug bosses wanted dead, a federal prosecutor said during closing arguments at an alleged hit man's trial Wednesday.

Read More

Officials: Chaplain tried to get razors into jail

Posted: 02/03/2010 - The attorney of a jails chaplain charged with trying to smuggle three razor blades and a pair of scissors into a lockup said Wednesday there's "absolutely no reason to believe" his client knew the items were in his bag.

Read More

Gates: Don't Rush to Lift Ban on Gays in Military

Posted: 02/03/2010 - The United States should not rush into a change as large as repealing the ban on gays serving openly in the military without making sure the people it affects are on board, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Wednesday.

Read More

Wife: SC Gov Didn't Want Fidelity in Marriage Vows

Posted: 02/03/2010 - South Carolina's first lady says her wedding was a "leap of faith" because Gov. Mark Sanford, who famously cheated on her with a woman he described as his soul mate, did not want to include a vow of fidelity in their marriage ceremony.

Read More

AG: I Made Decision to Charge Terror Suspect

Posted: 02/03/2010 - Attorney General Eric Holder said Wednesday he made the decision to charge the Christmas Day terror suspect in the civilian system with no objection from all the other relevant departments of the government.

Read More

Toyota Hit by Over 100 Prius Brake Complaints

Updated: 02/03/2010 - Toyota Motor Corp. has been hit by over 100 complaints in the U.S. and Japan about brake problems with the popular Prius hybrid, the latest in a spate of quality troubles for the automaker as it grapples with massive global recalls.

Read More

Cops: Ex-Public Defender Cashed $1M in Fake Checks

Posted: 02/03/2010 - A former public defender printed $1 million in bogus payroll checks so he could gamble at casinos from Florida to California, sometimes using Web site logos to make the checks appear legitimate when co-conspirators cashed them, authorities said Wednesday.

Read More

Conn. Woman Dies After Giving Birth to Triplets

Posted: 02/03/2010 - A 26-year-old Connecticut woman and her triplets died after she gave birth at home, and it was not immediately clear why the woman didn't go to a hospital.

Read More

Officials: FBI Cracked Bomb Suspect Through Family

Posted: 02/02/2010 - The Nigerian man accused of trying to use a bomb hidden in his underwear to bring down a Detroit-bound airliner on Christmas Day has been cooperating with investigators since last week and has provided fresh intelligence in multiple terrorism investigations, officials said Tuesday.

Read More

Jenny Sanford: Governor Asked Her Advice on Affair

Posted: 02/02/2010 - In a new memoir, South Carolina first lady Jenny Sanford writes that Gov. Mark Sanford sought her advice about his romance and how to deal with the media after she discovered his extramarital relationship with an Argentine woman.

Read More

Children’s Greeting Cards with Bracelets Recalled

Posted: 02/02/2010 - About 174,000 Papyrus Brand greeting cards with bracelets, manufactured in China and imported by Schurman Fine Papers of Fairfield, Calif., because the paint coating the bracelets contains high levels of lead, which is toxic if ingested by young children.

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