All donations on this “Day of Giving” go to the Red Cross. While many local residents have given money, others are actually giving their time and volunteering in disaster areas.
A mentally disabled pregnant woman is at the center of a controversial court case playing out in a Reno Family Court Room. The woman who experts say has the mentality of a 6 year old girl, became pregnant after repeatedly leaving a group home and frequenting a truck stop. The court proceedings are designed to establish the woman's behavior pattern, her physical state, and that of the baby. The couple's attorney says all of this is just a way to terminate the pregnancy.
A memorial service is planned for the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Chairman who passed away on Sunday.
About two dozen protestors gathered outside the convention center before Congressman Ryan arrived to deliver his speech. Member of the Pro-Obama group each represented those issues which sharply contrast the two campaigns.
The American Red Cross is helping set up evacuation center,s feeding those displaces by Sandy, and supplying homeowners with shovels and rakes. You might be surprised where those supplies may come from—the Red Cross West Coast Distribution Center in Reno.
Beginning next week, Washoe County will begin its annual air quality code to cut down on wood stove and fireplace emissions. You probably know it as the green, yellow, red code. But the health department says its making a change to the program that's been around since 1987, and the program update involves more than just wood burning.
A Churchill County woman accused of neglecting 34 horses in her care pleads not guility at her arriagnment in Churchill County. Dorothy Robertson says she has no money as asked for a court appointed attorney today,
A candidate for Reno City Council is crying foul tonight after she says she got more than 100 calls on her cell phone. Neoma Jardon says her opponent, Kitty Jung had local residents call Jardon's cell phone. Jardon says she's filed a complaint with not only the Federal Communications Commission but also Nevada's Secretary of State. Jardon says Jung has violated laws by sending a pre-recorded voice message to cell phones.