Cortez Masto: Fixing immigration a priority

"I think we can fix that system, that broken immigration system, and still secure our borders at the same time."

Life sentence in Pyramid Lake reservation murder

Michael Burciaga was convicted of murdering his pregnant girlfriend with the woman’s children present.

Shining on Gold Star families

In front of the Gold Star Families Memorial on the grounds of the Nevada State Veterans Home in Sparks stood a couple, both staring straight ahead. Having never met them before at a function involving Gold Star families, I walked over to introduce myself.

Fallon woman dies in motorcycle crash on U.S. 50

Linda Maria Diaz died as a result of the crash on U.S. Highway 50 near mile marker 37.

Trump commits to caucus after GOP approves rules

The provisions would bar any candidate from the Feb. 8 caucus if they participate in the state-run primary two days earlier.

Fatal Reno air race collision confounds experts

The first- and second-place winning pilots, both Californians, crashed at the National Air Race Championships, possibly because of an aircraft blind spot, glare from the sun or even a brief moment of lost focus, experts said.

Pardons board will consider posthumous requests

The nine-member board voted unanimously Wednesday to begin accepting petitions for posthumous relief.

Closures on Geiger Grade for bridge work start Monday

Through mid-October, drivers will see overnight single lane closures weeknights from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.

State: Updated COVID-19 vaccines available

Updated COVID-19 vaccines from both Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech are available and recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older.

UPDATE: Red Canyon fire 90 percent 'surrounded'

Crews were waiting for daylight to start work on a wildfire burning in the Pine Nut mountains near Red Canyon in Smith Valley.

Nevada State Parks ‘fee-free’ on Saturday, Sept. 23

Park fees, including entrance, camping and boating, where applicable, will be waived at state parks throughout Nevada.

Pilots who died at Reno air races identified

Officials identified the victims as Chris Rushing of Thousand Oaks and Nick Macy of Tulelake.

Winnemucca braces for massive lithium mine

Construction and earth moving have begun for a massive mining operation and processing plant for the largest-known deposit of lithium in the world.

Local veterans visit National WWII Museum

Gary Sinise Foundation sponsors trips, gives back to those who served

Local veterans accompanied by high-school students from Bishop Manogue High School departed Reno Wednesday morning to New Orleans where they’ll spend the next two days at the National World War II museum.

2 die from OD in Fernley; 3rd victim saved twice in 9 hours

Two people died Monday after Lyon County first responders received a report of multiple drug overdoses in a Jessica Lane address.