Its always been against Nevada Law to feed Nevada's wild horses. But a brand new law, recently signed by the governor, puts teeth in the statute. It also puts in place cooperative agreements between Nevada's Agriculture Department and wild horse advocate groups.
Updated: 7:57 PM
There is a new virus that locks your computer and accuses you of downloading child pornography.
Posted: 7:57 PM
An inmate at Warm Springs Correctional Center in Carson City is in stable condition after a fight Tuesday.
Updated: 3:54 PM
Douglas County sheriff's deputies are looking for suspects who drove onto a golf course at Lake Tahoe in the middle of the night and caused substantial damage.
Updated: 11:55 AM
While many people rely on medicine to heal their pain, others turn to mother nature. One man's remedy is creating masterpieces from scrapwood.
Posted: 9:57 AM
About 200 seniors across the area will be competing for the gold during the annual Reno-Tahoe Senior Summer Games.
Updated: 7:04 PM
The Washoe County Sheriff's Office is investigating an incident at Manogue High School's Safe and Sober Graduation Night on June 1st.
Updated: 10:00 PM
Local dignitaries and some costumed Hollywood characters helped break ground on northern Nevada's first IMAX theatre Tuesday.
Updated: 5:33 PM
A family needs to find a new place to live after a fire burned a house in Lemmon Valley Tuesday afternoon.
Updated: 10:00 PM
The driver of a scooter is being treated for critical injuries after a crash Tuesday afternoon.
Updated: 10:00 PM
The owner of 19 Domino's restaurants in the Reno/Tahoe area and California has been given the International Franchise Association Gold Franny Award for operational excellence.
Updated: 10:54 AM
For many young girls, spending a week at the mall is a dream, but now it can be a reality thanks to Fashion Camp. It's a week-long summer program for young fashioniestas with a passion for style and design, but they'll learn much more than just clothes and make-up.
Posted: 9:06 AM
The RTC will join transit agencies across the nation in the 8th Annual Dump the Pump Day in Washoe County on Thursday, June 20th offering free rides on RTC RIDE transit services.
Posted: 7:49 PM
They are currently being installed in East Reno near the Truckee Meadows Water Treatment Plant.
Posted: 7:59 AM
Reno's Biggest Little City movement, meant to raise civic pride and protect a positive image for our community, gained a big ally Monday.
Updated: 10:07 PM
A Lemmon Valley Pit Bull on death row for months has been spared.
Updated: 4:36 PM
Officials say a small brush fire in southwest Reno sparked when a bird crashed into a power pole and fell to the ground.
Posted: 4:10 PM
Health officials rescinded the boil water order Monday after finding no evidence of E. coli in new water samples, meaning water is safe to ingest without having to boil it first.
Updated: 12:39 PM
Miss Carson City Diana Sweeney has been crowned Miss Nevada.
Updated: 11:53 AM
A state judge in Nevada says it will be months before he issues a ruling in a challenge over a $15 billion pipeline project to carry billions of gallons of water to Las Vegas from rural counties along the Nevada-Utah line.
Posted: 1:17 PM
Environmental groups are pressing Gov. Brian Sandoval to block shipments of potent uranium waste planned for burial at a government-managed site in Nevada.
Posted: 12:26 PM
A man lost his home to fire overnight in Washoe Valley and he did not even have a telephone to call 911 for help.
Updated: 8:49 AM
Police are trying to sort out exactly what happened at a nightclub on Prater Way early Saturday.
Updated: 8:47 PM
In advance of Rodeo Week, cowboys and cowgirls gathered in Sparks for a pub crawl.
Posted: 8:01 AM
Our KOLO 8 News Now crew at the scene says if the trees hadn't stopped it, the car may have rolled into Lake Tahoe.
Posted: 8:04 AM
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