• Stabbing in Downtown Sparks

    Stabbing in Downtown Sparks

    Updated: Saturday, June 2 2012 7:22 PM EDT2012-06-02 23:22:37 GMT

    Sparks Police are investigating a stabbing in downtown Sparks Friday night. Police are not releasing any details at this time to our crew on the scene, other than that they found a victim on one of theMore >>
    Sparks Police are investigating a stabbing in downtown Sparks Friday night.More >>
  • Lightning Strikes Spark Fires Near Gardnerville

    Lightning Strikes Spark Fires Near Gardnerville

    Updated: Saturday, June 2 2012 10:10 PM EDT2012-06-03 02:10:35 GMT

    Lightning strikes are sparking several spot fires south of Reno in the Gardnerville area. Sierra Front tells us some of those spot fires in located in last summer’s Ray May Fire east of GardnervilleMore >>
    Sierra Front says there were three fires totaling over a thousand acres. One is still active.More >>
  • Dayton Man Behind Bars On Attempted Murder Charges

    Dayton Man Behind Bars On Attempted Murder Charges

    Updated: Saturday, June 2 2012 6:33 AM EDT2012-06-02 10:33:00 GMT

    The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office has a man behind bars on attempted murder charges. Deputies responded to the area of River and Segale roads in Dayton to a report of shots fired around 8 p.m. Friday.More >>
    Deputies responded to the area of River and Segale roads in Dayton to a report of shots fired around 8 p.m. Friday.More >>
  • Remains Found in Calpine in 2003 Identified

    Remains Found in Calpine in 2003 Identified

    Updated: Saturday, June 2 2012 1:54 AM EDT2012-06-02 05:54:22 GMT

    The Sierra County Sheriff’s Office in California has identified the remains of a woman found in a forest several years ago. Deputies say the remains were found back in 2003 in an area north of Calpine,More >>
    Deputies say the remains were found back in 2003 in an area north of Calpine, in the central part of Sierra County.More >>
  • Reed High School to Require Uniforms

    Reed High School to Require Uniforms

    Updated: Friday, June 1 2012 9:35 PM EDT2012-06-02 01:35:07 GMT

    Arianna Bennett Channel 2 News Reed High School is making some big changes to its dress code: starting in the fall, it will become the first high school in Washoe County to require uniforms. AdministratorsMore >>
    Starting in the fall, Reed High School will be the first high school in Washoe County to require uniforms.More >>
  • Holly Madison to leave “Peepshow” at end of year

    Holly Madison to leave “Peepshow” at end of year

    Burlesque performer Holly Madison says she’ll be leaving the Las Vegas Strip show she’s starred in since 2009.More >>
    Burlesque performer Holly Madison says she’ll be leaving the Las Vegas Strip show she’s starred in since 2009.More >>
  • Reno-Area Couple To Wed During Endurance Run

    Reno-Area Couple To Wed During Endurance Run

    Updated: Saturday, June 2 2012 3:16 AM EDT2012-06-02 07:16:40 GMT

    RENO, Nev. (AP) — A Reno-area couple plan to exchange wedding vows Saturday in Virginia City while taking part in a 178-mile relay race. The Reno Gazette-Journal reports 43-year-old Pete Parker and 40-year-oldMore >>
    A Reno-area couple plan to exchange wedding vows Saturday in Virginia City while taking part in a 178-mile relay race.More >>
  • Friend Says Giants Fan Was Attacked From Behind

    Friend Says Giants Fan Was Attacked From Behind

    Updated: Saturday, June 2 2012 1:07 PM EDT2012-06-02 17:07:46 GMT

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A friend of the San Francisco Giants fan who was brutally attacked outside Dodger Stadium has testified that he and Bryan Stow were the victims of an unprovoked sneak attack. JeffMore >>
    Bryan Stow is undergoing rehabilitation after suffering severe brain trauma from the 2011 opening day beating at Dodger Stadium.More >>
  • Fatal Accident on I-80 Near Wadsworth

    Fatal Accident on I-80 Near Wadsworth

    Updated: Friday, June 1 2012 1:42 AM EDT2012-06-01 05:42:24 GMT

    The Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal accident on Interstate 80 Thursday night. Troopers say it happened around 8:40 p.m. in the westbound lanes of I-80, west of Wadsworth, near the OrchardMore >>
    Troopers say it happened around 8:40 p.m. in the westbound lanes of I-80, west of Wadsworth, near the Orchard Interchange.More >>
  • Small lightning blazes south of Gardnerville

    Small lightning blazes south of Gardnerville

    Firefighters are scrambling to get a handle on several lightning-sparked fires in Douglas County.More >>
    Firefighters are scrambling to get a handle on several lightning-sparked fires in Douglas County.More >>

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Department is investigating San Francisco Giants slugger Pablo Sandoval in a sexual assault case.

Deputy Sheriff April Skalland said Saturday that the investigation is ongoing.

Skalland says no charges have been filed and that Sandoval cooperated.

Sandoval’s attorney said that his client met with the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Department regarding what the lawyer called a “consensual” sexual relationship. Sandoval was a guest at Seascape Beach Resort in the popular Monterey Bay Peninsula area.

CSN Bay Area first reported Saturday that Sandoval met with authorities Friday and faced possible charges. Friday is when the sexual encounter took place, according to Sandoval lawyer Eric Geffon.

Sandoval declined to discuss the incident saying he’s concentrating on “getting back to the team right now.” Sandoval is on the disabled list as he recovers from a May 4 hand surgery.

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