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Monthly Archives: April, 2020

Traffic improvements coming to N. McCarran Blvd., Red Rock Road

The Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) of Washoe County will improve traffic flow and capacity at North McCarran Blvd. and U.S. 395 with the addition of a new turn lane.

CoStar honors Dickson Commercial Group partners as top office leasing brokers (sponsored)

SPONSORED: Dickson Commercial Group is pleased to announce CoStar’s award to Dominic Brunetti, CCIM and Scott Shanks, SIOR as the top office leasing brokers for the Northern Nevada marketplace in 2019.

Sisolak faces more criticism for not communicating during pandemic

Criticism against Governor Steve Sisolak is ramping up after he surprised Nevadans with plans to reopen the state on national media.

Day 46 – SF earthquake and fire follow-up

Karl returns to San Francisco to explain how the city's firefighting infrastructure evolved since the 1906 earthquake and fire.

The day they knocked down the Palais (opinion)

OPINION: Park Lane Mall was a magical place for many, filled with memories from childhood, the teen years, and then as an adult when it finally locked its doors for good.

Watch out for junk science amid COVID-19

OPINION: With such an abundance of health and nutrition information, how do you separate fact from fiction? UNR's Extension provides tips to sort through the junk science.

They served us, HIP serves them

A group of local business leaders launched Hospitality Industry Partnerships, HIP, to help feed out of work restaurant, bar and gaming employees.

COVID-19 is testing our leaders, Marsha Berkbigler is failing (opinion)

OPINION: Berkbigler, a lobbyist and politician by trade, is showing she believes she knows more about science than medical specialists, epidemiologists and public health experts.

Day 45 – Early hardware stores

Karl's 7-year-old self takes a bike ride around Reno and Sparks to revisit his favorite hardware stores.

Washoe County to expand authority to issue parking tickets

The Washoe County Commission on Tuesday voted to initiate proceedings that would amend code to allow certain non-sworn employees the ability to issue parking tickets.

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