Northern Nevada football teams find success in ODP West Region Tournament | News from Carson City, Nevada

In just their fourth year of operating as a separate entity from Las Vegas, the Northern Nevada Olympic Development Teams enjoyed their biggest success to date earlier this month at the ODP West Region Championships in Mesa, Arizona. After posting a combined record of 6-29-1 (.181 win percentage) in 2022, the ten teams in the … Read more

Western Nevada College renames department of technical education and partners with Subaru | News from Carson City, Nevada

Check out the full picture WNC has rebranded its technical education division as Workforce, Career & Technical Education. Western Nevada College does not enter Career and Technical Education Month lightly. WNC on Wednesday introduced a rebranding initiative for engineering departments and announced a new partnership with Michael Hohl Subaru and Subaru of America. With a … Read more

Kidnapper leaves a bloody trail in Oregon and hides under a house

SALEM, Ore. (AP) – Police gathered in the tiny unincorporated community of Wolf Creek in southwest Oregon on the night of Jan. 26 as they hunted for a suspect wanted for abducting a woman and torturing him nearly to death – and who had previously been convicted of a similar crime in Nevada. Five days … Read more

Trial date for murder of journalist in Las Vegas postponed

LAS VEGAS (AP) — With a crucial issue yet to be decided by the state Supreme Court, a Nevada judge Wednesday postponed a murder trial of a former Las Vegas-area elected official accused of using a veteran Killing an investigative journalist who wrote articles critical of him and his office. Robert “Rob” Telles’ new trial … Read more

Judge increases bail for Army vet accused of threatening synagogue

LAS VEGAS (AP) — An outbreak in the courtroom of a man accused of threatening over the phone to “shoot at” a southern Nevada synagogue prompted a judge to increase his bail on Wednesday, although the man’s father reported his Son is a military veteran with “a mental health issue” resulting from head injuries. Michael … Read more

Nevada Humanities Event Marks 81st Anniversary of Japanese-American Imprisonment During World War II | News from Carson City, Nevada

Check out the full picture Photo courtesy of Mizu Sigimura Collection Densho. The First Day of Remembrance in Seattle, Washington, November 25, 1978. Event date: February 16, 2023 – 6:00 p.m By Nevada Humanities staff Nevada Humanities announces Memory and Resistance: Remembering Japanese American Incarceration, an evening conversation commemorating the 81st anniversary of Japanese American … Read more

Congressman Horsford promises action on police culture

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – Video showing Memphis cops brutally beating 29-year-old Tire Nichols has raised calls for cultural shifts in American policing once again. The video provoked somber reactions from leaders in the Las Vegas community on Friday, including Democratic Congressman Steven Horsford, who represents Nevada’s 4th Circuit. “He was 80 meters from his mother’s … Read more