Carson City


Update: Carson City Sheriff's Office recovers stolen plumbing truck

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is seeking information about a stolen plumbing truck. The truck was taken from the area of State Street and Handelin Road in Carson City on Aug. 15. The truck has Nevada plates 527ASC.

Sisolak tours mental health facility

Gov. Steve Sisolak toured the National Alliance of Mental Illness of Western Nevada’s facility Wednesday.

Carson High’s band finds ‘fun’ in fundamentals

Getting into the right rhythm is about more than the music, Carson High School’s new Blue Thunder members said.

Carson City staff exploring rock art policy

Land ethics took center stage during a joint meeting of the Parks and Recreation Commission and Open Space Advisory Committee.

Save Mart pharmacy closures affecting Carson City

Save Mart is closing its pharmacies in Carson City and is transferring pharmacy customers to Walgreens.

Man accused of taking vehicle with two children arrested in Carson City

An accused carjacker, who allegedly stole a vehicle containing two children in Reno on Monday, is being held without bail in Washoe County Jail on kidnapping and child endangerment charges.

Bus driver shortages spur walking zone modifications

Days ahead of the new school year, Carson City School District officials have announced walking zones have been modified for all middle and high school students from 2 to 2.5 miles due to increasing bus driver shortages.

Air Force jazz band coming to Carson City

The U.S. Air Force Commanders Jazz Ensemble will perform a free concert in the backyard of the Governor’s Mansion on Aug. 28 at 3 p.m.

Carson school superintendent evaluation to change

Board members compared what other jurisdictions have done and identified how to develop ratings for the superintendent.

Sisolak welcomes Carson City students back to school

Fritsch Elementary School’s year began bright and normal with Superintendent Andrew Feuling and Gov. Steve Sisolak making visits.

Marijuana regulations return to Carson City supervisors

Supervisors will consider a new ordinance that would keep the number of marijuana dispensaries in the city at two and regulate curbside pickup.

Nevada public pension plan better than most in past year

Nevada PERS provides pension benefits to over 100,000 public employees in the state.

Carson City children’s museum seeks community input

Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada is asking for input from the public on a community needs assessment survey.

Lahontan rec area seeks public input on future

The Nevada Division of State Parks has opened a virtual open house to gather public input into the Lahontan State Recreation Area Development Plan Update.

Competency hearing ordered in Fernley teen’s killing

Troy Driver’s lawyers continue to argue he can’t legally be tried in Lyon County for the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Naomi Irion.