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Safety measures reinforced at Carson City gun range
RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - After reports of stray bullets entering the landfill near the Carson gun range, hours of operation have been limited to weekends only. Shooters say the new restrictions could result in people going off-range and shooting out in the open, causing fires.
Removal of human remains on Native burial sites focus of Carson City workshop
Nevada's Native American community is hoping its traditions and values aren't overlooked in favor of a more scientific process with the repatriation of objects and remains as a new legislature comes on board in 2019.
Carson City landfill staff tired of dodging bullets
CARSON CITY (AP) — Carson City last month restricted hours for drop-in use at a local gun range to the weekend due to safety concerns after city employees and contractors at the landfill said they were dodging stray bullets.
Teri Vance: Rainbow Girls offer Christmas gift wrapping
Just last week, I was sharing tips on getting into the holiday spirit, and now, here we are, nearly at crunch time. With Christmas a mere 10 days away, it's time to wrap up the shopping — literally. And the wrapping can be the worst part.
Pursuit involving Carson City Sheriff’s Office ends in arrest
A man was arrested after a vehicle pursuit involving the Carson City Sheriff's Office on Saturday, according to a media release. Dakota Wenford Howell, 25 of Carson City was arrested as a result of the incident.
Sentence in 2013 Carson City murder vacated
The murder case of Leonardo Cardoza is headed back to Carson District Court one more time. But this time, he will be sentenced by Judge Todd Russell instead of James Wilson. Cardoza was originally convicted of first degree murder in the death of Desiree Bragg, who was crushed against the front of he
Recall attempt spurs renewed calls to change laws in Nevada
Nevada’s laws governing the recall of public officials, state Democratic leaders say, are broken. That’s something Las Vegas City Councilman Steve Seroka is feeling after learning he’s the target of the latest recall …
Senator Square: Carson High School teachers raffle personal items to help Paradise fire victims
Carson High Social Studies teacher Angila Golik, along with teachers Curtis Kortemeier, Mike Malley and John Martin, and a few other teachers, wanting to help the fire victims in Paradise, Calif,, have donated completed art pieces to be raffled among teachers and the Carson City community since many
Development possible threat to Carson City gun range
CARSON CITY. Nev. (KOLO) A heated meeting in Carson City about the future of the Rifle & Pistol Range has left many shooters feeling uneasy about its future. The meeting was held December 12 to help ease tensions and answer questions about the decision to limit use of the range.
Users upset by Rifle and Pistol Range closure
Users of the Carson Rifle and Pistol Range think Carson City jumped the gun. In November, the city restricted range hours for drop-in use to the weekend due to safety concerns after city employees and contractors at the landfill said they were dodging stray bullets.
Carson City School District graduation rate increases
The Carson City School District saw an increase in its high school graduation rate for 2017-2018, according to data released by the Nevada Department of Education. The district had an 83.93 percent graduation rate in 2018, more than three percentage points higher than the rate of 80.31 percent in 20
Stewart Indian School documentary debuts
A new documentary, "Stewart Indian School: Home of the Braves," will premiere Monday at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno. The Stewart Indian School Preservation Alliance, in partnership with the Nevada Indian Commission, will be premiering the 60-minute documentary, produced and directed by JoAnne P
Carson City and Nevada offices part of nationwide wave of bomb threats related to bitcoin
Department of Public Safety were called to inspect buildings in Carson City after threats were made. Photos by Kelsey Penrose. Government buildings in Carson City, as well in Las Vegas were evacuated briefly Thursday after receiving emails that reportedly were of a threatening nature. Authorities sa
Carson City Gun Range Faces Safety Challenges
The Carson City Rifle and Pistol Range is a popular place for target shooting in a controlled, safe environment. The safety aspect of the range has come into question though, amid multiple reports of stray bullets landing on the landfill property, nearby. The general public cannot use the gun range,
Carson City School District Recognizes Bus Driver For Saving Student's Life
The Carson City School District and Board of Trustees is honoring a bus driver with the Carson City School District after he saved the life of a student. They said Greg Hoeger alerted a student of a car illegally passing the bus as it was stopped. Hoeger successfully warned the student of the oncomi
Picture with Santa Saturday helps Holiday With a Hero
CARSON CITY, Nev. (KOLO) - DeBug Computer’s annual Pictures With Santa is almost here! In collaboration with the Carson City Holiday With a Hero fundraiser, Debug will offer photos with Santa Claus and your child or well-behaved pet.
NHP arrests driver of stolen car involved in chase
CARSON CITY, Nev. (KOLO) - The Nevada Highway Patrol has arrested a man accused of leading sheriff's deputies on a chase in a stolen car. About 5:45PM December 8, 2018, troopers were notified of a chase on northbound Interstate 580 in Carson City. The Carson City Sheriff’s Office had been chasing a
Nevada County correctional officer named in suit also faces criminal charges
A Nevada County correctional officer accused in a lawsuit of breaking a jailed man's leg faces unrelated misdemeanor charges of assault by a public officer and battery, authorities said.
Carson City to hold information meeting on rifle and pistol range
CARSON CITY, Nev. (KOLO) Carson City is holding a public information meeting to address concerns about the Carson City Rifle and Pistol Range. There have been reports of stray bullets entering into the landfill area beyond the range.
Carson City's Holiday With a Hero gets its biggest donation
Holiday With a Hero, the volunteer effort to brighten Christmas for hundreds of Carson City children, has received its biggest donation from local business Nevada Fence. Along with a check for $10,001, the owners of Nevada Fence issued a bit of a challenge to others to help with the cause.