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2 hrs ago | KTVN Reno
As the campaign signs go up around Northern Nevada so are reports of vandalism to them.
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6 hrs ago | KRNV-TV Reno
The controversial educational platform known as Common Core took center stage in Carson City on Tuesday.
10 hrs ago | KRNV-TV Reno
Commissioners voted to move the Washoe County Regional Animal Services to a stand-alone department that will report to the county manager's office.
15 hrs ago | KTVN Reno
Investigators have ruled out distracted driving as the cause of a head-on collision in Sun Valley Monday night that sent three adults and six children to the hospital.
From the Department of Public Safety: The Nevada Highway Patrol led a combined agency joining forces special enforcement detail that targeted distracted drivers.
If you've ever wanted to go behind the scenes at a crime lab you're in luck. The Washoe County Sheriff's Office is holding an open house at its forensics lab on Thursday, April 24th.
School superintendent Pedro Martinez is hoping to keep the momentum going on Washoe County's rising graduation rate.
The Washoe County Sheriff's Office closed a section of Highland Ranch Parkway in Sun Valley, to investigate a head-on collision.
Campaign signs are blooming like daffodils right now. They are in every direction, for every office you can imagine.
Several Washoe County inmates are finding the "right recipe" in turning their lives around and becoming useful members of society.
It was in the days before Caller ID when I picked up the phone and was stunned to hear Joe Dini's voice on the other end.
Secretary of State Ross Miller says a woman has been arrested on two felony charges for allegedly using a false identity to register to vote and casting ballots in two elections.
Washoe County School Police says an unlabeled tube that contained the metal gallium caused authorities to briefly evacuate Billinghurst Middle School Friday morning.
Back by popular demandfor four weeks this April get rid of those overdue fines by helping those in need! Until April 28, patrons can bring cans or boxes of food to the library in lieu of fines to help feed the hungry.
Almost $400,000 worth of items were seized by the Drug Enforcement Agency after raiding a Reno and Sparks smoke shop.