Carson City


Carson City man dies in motorcycle crash

A Carson City man died when he was ejected from his motorcycle Saturday, according to a Nevada Highway Patrol news release.

Nevada National Guard celebrates Flag Day at the Capitol

Wind picked up at the state Capitol on Monday morning, setting the perfect banner-waving background for the Nevada National Guard’s 23rd annual Flag Day celebration.

Brandon Kealoha and Larry Lawrence: Fire up the grill for some lamb chops (recipe)

Summer is here and it’s time to fire up the grill. This year why not mix up your usual menu and grill lamb chops?

Carson City Historical Society presents ‘The Silver State on the Silver Screen’

The Carson City Historical Society presents a free lecture on "The Silver State on the Silver Screen" by Nevada film critic and author Robin Holabird at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 17 via Zoom.

Carson City Rifle and Pistol Range to close for maintenance

The Carson City Rifle and Pistol Range will close the short range for maintenance on Tuesday, June 15. On Tuesday, June 29, the long range will close for maintenance.

Nevada AG says three of his bills will enhance consumer protection

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford said Friday that three bills he requested this legislative session will enhance consumer protections in Nevada, including AB61 that prohibits price gouging during times of emergency.

Carson City schools' building projects get underway

Carson City School District is moving ahead with several capital projects this summer ranging from campus expansions to athletic facility improvements.

Carson City road report for June 14 to 20, 2021

Carson City road report as of Thursday. The following applies to June 14-20:

2 battery charges – 1 pre-jail, 1 in jail, Carson City Sheriff says

Crime reports from the Carson City Sheriff's Office.

Western Nevada College summer classes start Monday

Western Nevada College summer session starts Monday, June 14 and there are more course options available than in previous years.

Carson mayor: City seeks American Rescue Plan funding ideas

The federal government has awarded Carson City $20.8 million in direct funding allocations through the American Rescue Plan and the city is open to suggestions on how to spend that money.

Sisolak signs ‘new energy economy,’ infrastructure bank bills

SB448, sponsor Sen. Chris Brooks said, will “capitalize on Nevada’s regional position in the U.S. to really make us a hub for this new energy economy.”

Dayton man found fatally shot; suicide suspected

A Dayton man apparently committed suicide in a parking lot Thursday morning, according to a Lyon County Sheriff’s Office news release.

Cynthia Ferris-Bennett: A fresh return to normal (recipe)

Farmers Markets are charming; it is that lovely transition from spring to summer. It’s an opportunity to meet the people growing and producing the food that you prepare for yourself, your family and friends.

Carson High senior headed to Yale

After graduating from Carson High School, Carlos Torres will begin his next chapter at Yale University.