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Monthly Archives: May, 2020

Riots in Reno after peaceful Black Lives Matter demonstration (videos and photos)

Two protests happened in Reno Saturday: one peaceful and one laden with violence and vandalism.

Lake Tahoe: Restrictions ease, but some limitations still in place

As restrictions ease in Governor Sisolak's phase 2 reopening plan, travel into the Tahoe area still has its limitations.

National Automobile Museum re-opens to the public (sponsored)

SPONSORED: The National Automobile Museum will officially open their doors to the public this Monday, June 1 after nearly 65 days of freshening the exhibits.

Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority narrows list of CEO candidates (updated)

The Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority has narrowed the pool of candidates to be its next president and chief executive officer to four.

Nevada Senator Cortez Masto withdraws from Biden’s VP short list

Senator Catherine Cortez Masto announced she was withdrawing her name for consideration as a potential running mate on the Democratic ticket with former Vice President Joe Biden.

Day 75 – Karl’s retired to the Bear

From the get-go our pal Karl said he'd write "a short squib on a daily basis – nothing political, nothing controversial," well, except for that one column.

Washoe County Library System announces phased reopening plans for summer

Washoe County Library System announced what library goers can expect for summer 2020, with a four-part plan.

RSCVA board debates non-discrimination & harassment policy

The RSCVA board on Thursday discussed how complaints against its chief executives should be dealt with in the future and directed its attorney to draft some policy language.

A matter of perspective (opinion)

OPINION: As the coronavirus rips apart and destroys minorities’ communities and poverty and unemployment are creating uncertainty and doubt, people need to hear that those with authority and power care.

Vaccinations, other public health efforts still vital during pandemic

Pediatric vaccinations for preventable diseases such as measles, meningitis and whooping cough have decreased nationally this year, likely as a result of stay-at-home orders.

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