Reno Police Chief Jason Soto spoke today and answered questions from the press about tomorrow’s Black Lives Matter march. The march is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the arch downtown.
Bob Conrad is proprietor and co-founder of ThisisReno. He manages ThisisReno and Conrad Communications, LLC, his marketing communications consulting company (disclosure: client work includes projects funded by grants through UNR) and is an adjunct faculty member at Truckee Meadows Community College. He is a contributor to Reno Public Radio.
SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE Effective Friday, the public counter at the Reno Police Department’s central substation, located on the east side of the National Bowling Stadium, was closed. Police field operations will continue to use the […]
SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE Effective tomorrow, the Reno Police Department’s south substation at 3905 Neil Road will be open for walk-in and telephone reports. The south substation will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. […]
SUBMITTED NEWS RELEASE The privileged liquor license of a Reno business will be suspended as a result of the Reno Police Department’s continuing efforts to stop sales of liquor to minors through liquor license compliance […]