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A woman convicted of the 1976 murder of a University of Nevada-Reno college student may get a new chance at freedom thanks to a new test of DNA found at the crime scene.
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Gov. Brian Sandoval filed for re-election Friday, pushing back on speculation he might run for the U.S. Senate in 2016 by saying he intends on serving all four years as governor if re-elected.
University of Nevada, Reno, art professor Michael Sarich presents his powerful paintings, drawings and ceramics at Jay Jay , 5520 Elvas Ave., Sacramento 453-2999 .
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Battle Born Hues runs through March 28 at Sierra Arts Gallery, 17 S. Virginia St., with an artist's reception at 5 p.m. on March 20. For more information, visit sierra-arts.org .
Armed with new DNA evidence, the FBI announced Thursday it has formed a task force with local law enforcement agencies to search for the suspect responsible for the 'Gypsy Hill Killings' and a slaying in Reno.
Police say they have re-opened the case of a University of Nevada student killed in the 1970s and new evidence might connect it to multiple Bay Area slayings.
RENO, Nev. More than 6,000 miles away, Nataliia Kasianenko is watching the crisis in her home country unfold in the headlines rather than the front lines.
Recently honored with an avenue named after them in New York City, Joanie Madden and her four Irish-American bandmates of Cherish the Ladies have been wowing street namers, audiences and music critics worldwide for more than 25 years.
The Nathaniel Castellanos murder trial resumed Wednesday with more witnesses taking the stand.
A workshop to help people develop an agricultural business plan will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday March 22 at Western Nevada College's Fallon Campus, 160 Campus Way in Fallon.
Conversations with Chimpanzees: Transforming our View of Nature Mary Lee A. Jensvold Department of Anthropology & Museum Studies, Primate Behavior & Ecology Program Central Washington University Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer Thursday, March 6, 2014, 7:30 pm Smith Memorial Union 327-8, Portland State University Parking free after 7 pm in ... (more)
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