An ordinance boosting fees for animal services while tightening codes governing owners of dogs, cats and other animals won preliminary approval Thursday in Carson City.
- Carson City Sheriff's Office offering $2,000 for suspect in Tatro arson
- 'Abel'-bodied CHS wins
- Scholarship in honor of Dr. Jack L. Davis available to Western Nevada College students
- Carson City citizens panel holds off on downtown design
- Sheriff's Office continues to work Carson City Judge Tatro death threats case