Updated: 8:31 AM Gas prices may be down, but law enforcement can't say the same about the rate of drivers using cell phones. Tuesday Washoe County Sheriffs Deputies were on the lookout for distracted drivers and those who weren't buckled up. The location: Eagle Canyon Drive where drivers have to pay attention to crosswalks, school zones, speed limits—not their cell phones.
Updated: 1:49 PM Veterans' Day is reserved for those who have served this country, there are still a couple hundred Nevada men and women who are currently on active duty in places like Afghanistan and Kuwait. Many will not be home for Christmas, that's where our “Be A Santa To A Soldier” comes in.
Posted: 6:55 PM It could be the career change you are looking for. The Washoe County Sheriff's Office is recruiting. They're looking for dozens of new deputies and they're making a special push toward recruiting women for future vacancies.
Updated: 8:03 PM 2 once wild Mustangs have been drafted by the United State Marine Corp. Members of the Corp came to pick up the horses at Stewart Conservation Camp where Nevada inmates trained the animals for the military's ceremonial duty.
Posted: 5:06 AM A Nevada man has filed court documents to be legally recognized as the father of a Georgia teen who prosecutors say was confined to a bedroom for years by his stepfather and mother with little food.
Updated: 8:19 AM Today the Northern Nevada Chapter of the American Red Cross accepted donations outside the Atlantis. They're getting ready to send more people out east to help with Hurricane Sandy relief.
Updated: 8:21 AM 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.
Posted: 5:41 PM Federal officials say a medical spinal implants and surgery products company incorporated in Nevada has agreed to pay $30 million to settle allegations that a subsidiary paid illegal kickbacks to physicians to use its products.