The Veterans Guest House in Reno is looking to expand its services with a $4.2 million project.The non-profit is working with the Nevada Military Support Alliance, which has already committed to raising $1 million.The Veterans Guest House provides temporar
A bill in the Nevada Legislature would allow broadcasters to offer a digital option for posting public and legal notices.Current law requires people to make their postings in paper only, but SB 218 would let broadcast radio or television stations publish n
Three northern Nevada counties, including Washoe, are some of the state's healthiest, according to a recent study.Lincoln County in southeast Nevada was ranked first, followed by Pershing, Douglas and Washoe counties. The study was compiled by the Robert W
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval says he and state officials will pursue all viable options to defeat a proposed nuclear waste site on Yucca Mountain.In a statement released Wednesday, Sandoval said he spoke with the executive director of the Nevada Agency for N
Nevada's death penalty would be abolished and current death row inmate sentences would be commuted under a bill proposed by two state Democrats.On Wednesday morning, lawmakers, relatives of murder victims and district attorneys weighed the merits of Assemb
A motorcycle rider has died after her bike hit an RV and guardrail, throwing her into Washoe Lake just north of Carson City Wednesday afternoon, according to authorities.NHP reported the incident at 5:15 p.m. on southbound I-580 near Eastlake Boulevard on
President Trump sowed more confusion on Russia when he claimed that Hillary Clinton was paid by Russia for the sale of uranium, but the charges are misleading and mostly untrue. Scott Pelley explains why.
The top commander of U.S. forces in the Middle East admitted to Congress that there is a "fair chance" U.S. airstrikes led to the deaths of over 100 civilians in Mosul. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Sens. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) and Mark Warner (D-Va.) provided an update to reporters on their investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. CBS Radio News Correspondent Bill Rehkopf spoke to CBSN about what Burr and Warner revealed.