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Dayton's Bunko Group 'Dicey Dames' pass along holiday cheer with gift donation and meal tradition
The Dicey Dames with their donation. Photo by Connie Higgons Corley. Dayton's local Bunko Group aptly named "The Dicey Dames" has a holiday tradition that embodies the spirit of giving during the cold months.
Carson City Re-designated a Bronze-Level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists
The League of American Bicyclists has re-designated Carson City with a Bronze level Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) award, joining 464 recognized BFCs and nearly 100 Honorable Mention communities.
Nevada County Healing Through Grief group offers 14-week program
The next Nevada County Healing Through Grief Support group will be open to newcomers from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10, and Jan. 17 at the FREED office, 435 Sutton Way, Grass Valley.
Carson CIty woman dies in Douglas County collision
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Nev. - A Carson City woman died after being struck by a SUV on US-395 early Saturday morning. At approximately 6:20 a.m., troopers from the Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) responded to reports of a crash involving a pedestrian in the area of Cradebaugh Bridge and Stephanie Way in Douglas
Children's Museum of Northern Nevada Gets Foundation Grant from the Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation
By Benjamin Korn, Children's Museum Executive Director. The Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation of Reno has awarded $2,500 to the Children's Museum of Northern Nevada to support exhibit renovations.
Northern Nevada Dream Center's DC Hire fills gap in Carson City community
Tucked inconspicuously into the iStorage business park off U.S. Highway 50 East in Carson City is the Northern Nevada Dream Center, a local non-profit known for helping meet the essential needs of low income individuals.
Dozier tried to smuggle in ‘potent drugs,’ Nevada prison officials say
Nevada prison officials say they had “no choice” but to place condemned inmate Scott Dozier in isolation after his second canceled execution. Dozier, who was first scheduled to die in November 2017, made repeated threats about suicide and even went to lengths to carry out his own demise, according t
Lyon County Sheriff's searches for missing 11-year-old boy
FERNLEY, Nev. (News 4 & Fox 11) — The Lyon County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating 11-year-old Matthew K. Rodenbaugh of Fernley, Nevada. Matthew was last seen at noon on December 12 and has not been seen or heard from since.
Sparks Police Arrest Juvenile in Armed Robbery Case
Sparks Police say they've arrested a juvenile in connection with an armed robbery at a gas station early Monday afternoon. Police say the unidentified suspect demanded money from the clerk at the Safeway Gas Station on Vista Blvd. They say the juvenile also showed what appeared to be a gun to the cl
Pedestrian killed in Douglas County crash
A pedestrian was killed as result of a crash on U.S. 395 northbound near the Cradlebaugh Bridge north of Stephanie Way in Douglas County. Erica McGann, 49, of Carson City, was killed as a result of the crash.
Lyon County aims to end hostility at sporting events
Lyon County, Nev. - The Lyon County School District is taking measures to improve the atmosphere at its sporting events, implementing new rules to encourage fair play and camaraderie.
$2.1 million judgment against Lyon County upheld
A federal appeals court has affirmed a $2.1 million judgment against Lyon County and its former Public Administrator Richard Glover, accused of stealing from the home of a dead man in 2008.
Nevada officials say death row inmate trying to kill himself
RENO, Nev. – Prison officials say Nevada death row inmate Scott Dozier has gone to great lengths to kill himself while awaiting execution, including attempting to obtain drops of a deadly drug on a piece of paper sent through prison mail.
Lyon Co. Schools propose changes following reports of bad behavior at sporting events
LYON CO., Nev. — The Lyon County School District is taking action after they say at least four unsportsmanlike or violent incidents were reported at Nevada schools. According to a statement sent to News 4-Fox 11 on Thursday, these incidents took place over the course of the last six months.
Revealing our dynamic landscape through new high-resolution topographic data
RENO, Nev. – If you could pull back the vegetation and man-made structures and have a high definition view from above, what would you learn about the landscapes and valleys below? A lot, it turns out.
This Timeless 1980s Restaurant In Nevada Sells The Best Patty Melt In America
With new restaurants opening up seemingly every week, it’s easy to get caught up in the “next best thing”. However, going back to the classics is a must when you find yourself craving a delicious and satisfactory meal. There’s a charming little diner in Carson City that has been serving up mouthwate
Reno-Sparks Home Prices Finally Cool Off
Guy Johnson is a numbers man. He's been pouring over the local home sale data from the Northern Nevada Regional MLS and publishing the “Reno Realty Blog” for 10 years now. The Keller Williams Group One realtor has witnessed the Reno-Sparks median home sales price rocket from $135,000 in 2012, to clo
Carson City Salvation Army gift drive needs help
The Salvation Army is collecting Christmas Toys for disadvantaged children. As this year's campaign finishes up the Army is running short on gifts for middle school and high school boys and girls.
Reno Police Investigating After Body Found Near Railroad Tracks
The Reno Police Department says it is investigating a death at the railroad tracks near 4th Street. Police say the body was discovered at 2:19 p.m. Sunday in the 2500 block of East 4th Street. They say the investigation is ongoing, but have not yet said if the death is suspicious.
Charter Spectrum cable TV outage affecting customers from Carson City to Silver Springs
Charter Spectrum customers in Carson City, Douglas County, Dayton and Silver Springs areas are experiencing an outage of television service Tuesday morning. The cable TV and internet provider notes in a phone message that customers are experiencing a video service outage, it is being addressed, ther