1 hr ago
The Las Vegas Sun
Bill closing gun background check loophole advances at Nevada Legislature
For Neil Heslin, a construction worker from Newtown, Conn., it's not difficult to talk about his brave and loving son, Jesse.
6 hrs ago
Washoe delegation lacks unity over Washoe school tax bill as Legislature's end nears
With two weeks remaining in the Legislature, the Washoe County delegation of state lawmakers is not showing a unified front on the Washoe school tax bill.
14 hrs ago
Carson City Sheriff's Log: Man reportedly screams at deputy, refuses to take taxi
Carson City The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All suspects are innocent until proved guilty in court: THURSDAY a 1:20 p.m.: A 27-year-old Fallon woman was arrested at the Carson City Jail on a Carson violation-of-a-suspended-sentence warrant after being transported from Churchill County.
14 hrs ago
Carson City's nearly $60 million budget approved; no taxes will rise
Though it was overshadowed by capital spending issues, Carson City government's no-tax-hike general fund budget of nearly $60 million won approval Monday.
20 hrs ago
IMMIGRATION: Another state closer to allowing non-citizens to drive legally
Nevada's state Senate on Monday, May 20, approved creating special identification cards that will serve as de factor driver's licenses for people living in the state illegally, The Associated Press reported.
Mon May 20, 2013
Reno Memo: Just how much does it cost to run for the Reno City Council?
Nevada lawmakers today will consider a bill that will mandate ward-only city council elections in Reno and in Sparks.
Ward Voting Bill Clears Assembly Committee
An Assembly committee has passed a bill to establish ward-only in four Nevada cities.
Honor Flight Car Show Fundraiser Sunday in Carson City
This weekend you can help an organization that sends local World War II veterans to Washington, D.C. to see the monuments built in their honor.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Las Vegas Sun
Time to look south
As the Legislature rushes to close its business in the final two weeks of its session, lawmakers and Gov.
Public safety, youthful curiosity mingle at Carson City open house
Sally Roberts / Nevada Appeal Adriana Castellanos paints a Scooby Doo face on Jayden White Saturday during the Cops and Kids Sheriff's Open House.
Trading in four wheels for two
Jim Grant / Nevada Appeal Jeff Resler, center, led the National Guard team members, from left, Erick Studenicka, Mike Getten, Vince Carlese, Clayton Chappell, Tom McElroy and Roy Hellen in the annual Bike to Work Week.
Carson Perspective: Nary a drop to drink unless supervisors go to well now
Because life works backward, particularly when you look at it askance, this year's fashioning of next year's Carson City budget is a bit like lines from an epic poem.
Sat May 18, 2013
Carson community raises funds for teen with blood disorder
A Carson City teen is recovering from complications of a rare blood disorder. News 4's Ashley Cullins shows us how the community is coming together to support his family.
Fri May 17, 2013
Nevada legislative panels OK major parts of Sandoval K-12 budgets
Nevada Assemblywoman Maggie Carlton, D-Las Vegas, left, and state Sen. Debbie Smith, D-Sparks, co-chair a joint legislative money committee at the Legislative Building in Carson City, Nev., on Friday, May 17, 2013.
Fewer Nevadans Seek Employment In April
Nevada's unemployment dropped to 9.6 percent in April. That's down nearly 2 percentage points over the year.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Las Vegas Sun
CCSD budget, unburdened by cutbacks, wins easy approval
The Clark County School Board unanimously approved a $2.1 billion final budget for next school year, which includes funding for nearly 50 new special education teaching assistants and summer remediation programs for middle and high school students.
Fundraiser is Saturday and Sunday for Carson City teen with mystery ailment
Jim Grant / Nevada Appeal Skyler Fitch, 15, is being treated for a syndrome that caused a vein in his leg to collapse.
Trial set for Dayton man accused of murdering Carson City man on Super Bowl Sunday
The Dayton man accused of killing a Carson City man during a dispute on Super Bowl Sunday pleaded not guilty in district court Tuesday morning and a trial date was set for January.
Manufacturers: Taxes, government could reduce their competitive edge
Ametherm President Eric Rauch, who heads a Carson City manufacturer, loves his Nevada base and loathes the thought of leaving though all his customers are elsewhere, One of five members on a panel of manufacturers Wednesday at a breakfast meeting of Nevada Business Connections, Rauch said his business moved to Nevada to make circuit protection ... (more)