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Divers search for man who fell off boat in Pyramid Lake

Los Angeles County sheriff’s and fire department divers are searching Pyramid Lake after a year-old man failed to resurface after swimming Monday morning.

The possible drowning was reported about a.m. at North Pyramid Lake, according to the Fire Department.

The missing Los Angeles man was on a pontoon boat with three friends when he went swimming without a life vest, according to one of the other men on the pontoon.

By p.m., the Fire Department began releasing some resources from the scene, Inspector Sean Ferguson told KTLA.

The search area is hard to access and officials are relying on the dive teams amid the ongoing search effort, Ferguson said.

Rescuers expect to remain at the scene into the evening.

No further details about the incident have been released.

Editor&#;s note: A previous version of this story gave the incorrect name of the lake and incorrectly stated that the missing man fell off the boat. The post has been updated.

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Sandoval Fares Well Among Nevada Voters Following Legislative Session

News - Wednesday, July 20, - am

CARSON CITY – Gov. Brian Sandoval’s reluctant decision to support an extension of tax increases to balance the state budget in the legislative session does not appear to have caused him any lasting damage in the eyes of voters, according to the results of a recent survey by a GOP polling firm.

Carson City man arrested after allegedly using brother&#;s ID to get out of jail

News - Wednesday, July 20, - am

A year-old Carson City man faces a felony charge of false identification after he allegedly used his brother's identification when bail was posted.
Daryl Jacinto Reyes, with a listed occupation as a tattoo artist, reportedly gave authorities his brother's name, date of birth and Social Security number because he had a warrant in the state of Oregon for not checking in with his parole and probation officer after he moved to Nevada, according to the arrest report.
The bail was posted by Reyes sister-in-law, who had intended the bail money, $, to be used for her husband.

Outdoors with Don Q: Be fire smart and create a fire-safe zone

Outdoors - Wednesday, July 20, - am

CARSON CITY — With our current long daylight hours, hot weather, gusty afternoon winds, low humidity and vegetation rapidly drying out, you need to be aware of the ever-increasing fire danger surrounding us.
Our countryside is tinder dry, and it would only take a moment of carelessness, sparks from target shooting, illegal fireworks, a hot vehicle muffler on a dirt road, an abandoned campfire or a tossed cigarette to create a roaring inferno.

Carson City fire crews snuff fence fire

News - Tuesday, July 19, - pm

A fence that was burning in the block of Brown Street and reportedly touching off some vegetation was snuffed at around noon, according to Carson City fire crews reporting from the scene.
The fire was called in to dispatch at around this morning. First arrivers at the scene reported heavy smoke with a fence on fire. As it began to spread, additional fire trucks were called in. Fire crews on the scene had asked for additional backup to assist as winds picked up.
The cause of the fire is unknown at this time.

Man jailed after beating of girlfriend

News - Tuesday, July 19, - am

A Carson City man remained in custody Monday after allegedly brutalizing his girlfriend and keeping her locked up in a closet, according to the arrest report. Esiquio Hernandez, 33, was arrested

Driver gets prison for cemetery drive

News - Tuesday, July 19, - am

A Carson City woman who led police on a chase in May that ended at Lone Mountain Cemetery was sent to prison Monday.Judge Todd Russell determined Laurie Hancock, 43, will serve 16 to 48 months o

Tahoe being stocked with only native trout species

News - Tuesday, July 19, - am

RENO - For the first time since the s, Lake Tahoe is being stocked with a threatened native fish that once ruled its clear, blue waters.The Nevada Department of Wildlife will stock the Sierr

Assembly Speaker John Oceguera Announces Bid For Congress In As-Yet Undetermined District

News - Tuesday, July 19, - am

CARSON CITY – Term limited Assembly Speaker John Oceguera, D-Las Vegas, today announced he will run for Congress in one of four districts that have yet to be finalized in Nevada’s contested redistricting process.
Oceguera, a native fourth-generation Nevadan, said he wants to bring his skills in finding compromise on difficult issues honed in the Nevada Legislature over the past nearly dozen years to the House of Representatives.

Officials to set number of building permits

News - Monday, July 18, - pm

The Carson City Board of Supervisors is scheduled to set the number of residential building permits for and when it meets Thursday.The board is required annually to establish the number o

Structure fire at College Parkway and Otha Street

News - Monday, July 18, - pm

Carson City fire crews and deputies have responded to a structure fire at the intersection of College Parkway and Otha Street. The fire, reportedly a trailer, is emitting heavy smoke with some flames showing. The call came into dispatch at around this afternoon.
Carson City sheriff's deputies have been asked to to block traffic in the area.

Carson City road report for the week of July

News - Monday, July 18, - am

The Nevada Department of Transportation will begin a project to mill and overlay a section of US from the junction with US 50 (Spooner) in Carson City to south of Waterloo Lane in Gardnerville.
The following activities are expected as a result of the project, with nightly lane closures occurring from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m.

Brush fire chews acres at Carson City rifle range

News - Sunday, July 17, - pm

plane battles wildfire

Fire crews have knocked down a acre blaze that started late Saturday morning near the Carson City Rifle and Pistol Range off Flint Drive near the landfill.
Called the Rifle Fire, flames and smoke that billowed through the eastern edge of Carson City were extinguished after several agencies, helicopters and air tankers attacked the fire head-on through the afternoon and into the evening reports the Sierra Front Interagency Dispatch Center.
An air tanker was taken off the fire and some equipment was moved out of the area after 5 p.m., said Helen Frazier of the dispatch center.

Carson City suspect in house fire found dead at Duck Hill

News - Friday, July 15, - pm

The suspect who fired a single gun shot tonight in the area of an arson fire early this morning on Garnet Way and Duck Hill has been found dead.
The gunshot was heard around 7 p.m., and authorities spent more than two hours searching for the suspect, Robert McCleary, who was wanted for questioning after reportedly setting his home on fire and leaving surreptitious messages.

Carson City home destroyed; arson suspected as authorities search for homeowner

News - Friday, July 15, - pm

Carson City authorities remain on the scene of a fire which destroyed a home early this morning near the intersection of Garnet Way and Ruby Lane. According to Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong, a search both on and off the property is being conducted for the homeowner.
It is not known where owner Robert McCleary is at, but given the suspicious nature of the fire and the possibility that it was intentionally set, the homeowner is a person of interest, Furlong said.
"We are still sifting through the debris," he said.

NHP: year-old boy dies in SUV rollover

News - Friday, July 15, - am

A year-old boy died from injuries sustained in a single vehicle rollover accident on Thursday eight miles south of Carson CIty in Douglas County, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports. The boy and the driver of the SUV were taken by Care Flight where the child later died of his injuries at a Reno hospital.

The boy, Felix Vargas, was in the SUV with seven others when it rolled over, with the boy being thrown from the vehicle, said NHP Trooper Dan Lopez.

Police: Man&#;s true identity revealed

News - Friday, July 15, - am

An alleged illegal immigrant suspected of sexual assault fooled law enforcement into believing he was a juvenile for two weeks before his true identity was revealed Thursday, according to police. G

DMV Kiosk Gives New Meaning to One-Stop Shopping

News - Thursday, July 14, - am

A southern Nevada supermarket will now offer customers the ability to renew or reinstate automobile registrations on the way to the produce aisle.
The newest self-service “DMV in a Box” kiosk opens today in an Albertson’s grocery store at W. Craig Road in Las Vegas. It is the first supermarket in southern Nevada to host such a kiosk.

City Center Project: Changes to be unveiled in August

News - Thursday, July 14, - am

Although the City Center Project has been on the back burner since February, the pot has continued to simmer.Officials expect to unveil a revised project to the public sometime in August, said City

Carson City man faces felony charges in Minden burglary

News - Wednesday, July 13, - pm

A Carson City man and an accomplice face felony burglary charges after authorities found them Tuesday at a Minden home loading up a vehicle of items they allegedly attempted to steal.

Joshua Anderson, 30, of Carson City and Jeremy Nelson, 36, of Minden face the charges following the home burglary in the block of Vicky Lane, according to Douglas County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Jim Halsey.

Motorcyclist dies in Douglas County accident

News - Friday, July 15, - pm

A year-old motorcyclist died this morning in an accident on State Route 88 at Centerville Lane in Douglas County, the Nevada Highway Patrol reports.
A preliminary crash investigation done indicates that a Red Hummer, driven by a year-old Gardnerville resident, was traveling westbound on Centerville Lane from the stop sign and failed to yield striking a Honda motorcycle. The driver of the motorcycle was pronounced dead at the scene. Traffic was diverted while emergency crews investigated the accident.
The name of the victim hasn't been released pending notification of relatives.

Jazz! Carson City Music Festival Runs Through August

Lifestyle - Wednesday, July 13, - pm

CARSON CITY, Nev. — With the heat of summer sizzling in the Central Valley, August in Nevada's capital city has earned the distinction as the place to cool down and mellow out as the Mile High Jazz Band Association and several local businesses team up for the 8th annual August Jazz Festival.

Authorities look for owners of stolen property recovered in Douglas County

News - Wednesday, July 13, - am

Property believed to be stolen in the Douglas County and Carson City areas has been found and authorities now hope to turn over the recovered items to their rightful owners.
A large amount of electronic items, including cell phones, iPods, a web cam, as well as miscellaneous costume jewelry was turned in to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office on July 7 by an anonymous citizen who located the property in a vacated residential trailer, reports Sgt. Jim Halsey.

Fishing Report for July

Outdoors - Wednesday, July 13, - am

Here is this week's fishing report for Northern Nevada, Northern California, Southern Oregon and the Sierra. This report is for the week of July 13 through July

Outdoors with Don Q: Take a summer vacation at Nevada&#;s only national park

Outdoors - Wednesday, July 13, - am

How would you like to take a mid-to-late summer vacation at an out-of-the-way location, right here in the State of Nevada? 
If you are interested, did you know that our very own White Pine County is home to one of the nation's least visited and Nevada's only National Park — The 77, acre Great Basin National Park?

If you've never been there, here is a whole bunch of useful information:

Man dies while trimming tree

News - Tuesday, July 12, - am

A Carson City man who reportedly had infiltrated outlaw motorcycle gangs for the feds collapsed and died while trimming trees for his lawn care business Monday morning. Dan Horrigan, 58, was pronou

Help sought in track vandalism probe

News - Tuesday, July 12, - am

Carson High School Principal Ron Beck is asking for the community's help in preserving the $ million football stadium and track."People are going out there and destroying the property," he said

Carson City Supervisors to vote on increasing fees for services

News - Monday, July 11, - pm

Carson City Supervisors will be voting at their Aug. 4 meeting on whether to increase fees for a host of services, including water, sewer, right-of-way-toll, electric and natural gas franchise fees, and landfill rates.

During last week's board meeting, City Manager Larry Werner discussed increased costs the city will incur due to changes in the state budget, and franchise fees were one of the options raised to fill that gap.


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Firefighters battle fast-growing Emigrant Fire off 5 Freeway near Pyramid Lake

Los Angeles County firefighters are battling a brush fire near Pyramid Lake that ignited when a big rig erupted in flames along the 5 Freeway on Friday afternoon.

The Emigrant Fire, which is named after a boating facility at Pyramid Lake, erupted near the interstate at Vista del Lago Road just after p.m. and quickly grew to acres in the steep and rugged terrain, authorities said.

The flames were reported to be rapidly spreading in a northern direction, away from a twisty stretch of the freeway.

As of p.m., the blaze had consumed acres of dry hillside brush and was 5% contained, although firefighters appeared to be steadily gaining the upper hand over it.

&#;Crews have excellent progress on the fire through an aggressive aerial attack featuring 10 aircraft,&#; an Angeles National Forest tweet stated.

Firefighting personnel are using the water-dropping helicopters to attack the flames by air, and crews also responded on the ground.

The blaze has the potential to burn about acres, according to the L.A. County Fire Department.

The flames were sparked by a big rig fire that — according to the California Highway Patrol&#;s incident log — was reported around p.m. on the northbound 5 at the Vista del Lago off-ramp and spread to some nearby brush. A SigAlert has been issued in the area and two northbound lanes have been shut down for an unknown duration.

It was not immediately clear what caused the vehicle to catch fire.

No structures were immediately threatened, according to authorities.

The blaze is burning to the north of the Route Fire, which charred more than acres after igniting last Saturday near the 5 Freeway and Templin Highway in the Castaic area.

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1 Dead, 4 Critically Injured In Crash Near Pyramid Lake

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