Corrections & Clarifications

This Is Reno strives to report fairly and accurately. In the age of digital media, however, errors will happen.

We welcome corrections of fact and additional on-topic context, as it is impossible for us to know everyone and everything.

We also appreciate when our typos are nicely pointed out to us. We try to quickly correct factual errors and to note the updated information at the end of the article. Within a reasonable time, our editorial team will carefully review any potential inaccuracy and decide whether an article needs to be corrected or modified in some other way. 

This Is Reno has developed relationships with experienced media counsel, who are available for consultation on an immediate and as needed basis. 

When the facts are in dispute, we try to present each side of an argument. If this does not happen in the normal course of reporting — because of a breaking news deadline, as one example — we often update a story with the new information. 

Significant corrections are noted within news stories.  If new details or clarifications are added to a story after its publication, our practice is to include a note describing the update at the end of the piece. Alternatively, we may elect to do a follow-up story from the original in order to provide additional context.

Sometimes an error comes from a source. We also will correct this with the added note that it was a source that made the error.

Please notify us of errors, typos and additional context. Or if you would like to run an opposing opinion, please submit it here: