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Nevada's STAR bond law is getting another makeover, this time from a bill that would potentially prohibit any future STAR bond-backed projects from pledging sales taxes meant for school districts.
The Washoe County Health District Vector-borne Disease Control Program's first aerial mosquito larvicide treatment for the Truckee Meadows area will take place on May 15th in Wingfield Springs, Bella Vista and Damonte Ranch.
Deputies say 84-year-old Robert Pape and his wife, Dorothy Pape, also 84, died inside their Jessica Lane home.
This week the National Transportation Safety Board is recommending the blood alcohol content level for a DUI be lowered from .08 to .05, so News 4 talked to local law enforcement and alcohol counselors to see if they think it would lower the number of people who drive drunk in northern Nevada.
On one hand, Angie Wilson said she's looking forward to when the health care overhaul takes full effect in 2014 - it'll allow the northern Nevada tribal health clinic she directs to maximize its limited resources.
Next time you hear a knock on your door, be very cautious of who may be on the other side.
Thelma Kessler is 86, her husband Stanley, 87. They've been married for 36 years, but now in the sunset of their lives they are allowed to see each other for just one hour a week and a court order gives others the power to file for their divorce.
As part of a recent presentation the IVGID board I was assigned to research and present a history of independence movements in Incline Village/Crystal Bay.
Detectives in two Northern Nevada counties investigating a string of five homicides, including the discovery of a body near the Mustang Ranch brothel, warned residents to remain vigilant Tuesday even after an arrest in connection with the case.
Soon after moving into Liberace's gaudy Las Vegas mansion in 1977, Scott Thorson, then a teenage hunk in the foster care system, learned that the jewel-smitten showman could love just as extravagantly as he decorated.
The Sparks City Council Monday approved more than $500,000 in grant funding for community development.
The challenge of making health care available to 40 million Americans who've been living without health insurance has been a hot topic since last June, when the Supreme Court ruled that the Affordable Care Act could go forward.
The Lyon County Sheriff's Office has confirmed four people are dead after an incident late Monday morning or early afternoon.
The big news today on AB46, the Washoe school tax bill did not come inside it's hearing in the Ways and Means Committee.
Stover, a stray puppy, was brought to Nevada Humane Society through Washoe County Regional Animal Services with a rare injury.