The Sparks City Council heard public comment Monday in support of Officer George Forbush, who’s currently under investigation for threatening comments made on social media.
The RTC will intermittently close lanes on Sparks Boulevard between Greg Street and Baring Boulevard starting Aug. 3.
The Sparks City Hall was vandalized in the early morning hours after the city’s current and former mayors defended recent police actions.
Here in the Reno area, impacts from the coronavirus disease will once again be felt this weekend by a noted absence of fireworks displays.
Washoe County DA Chris Hicks determined Sparks Police officers were justified under Nevada law in the deadly shooting of Miciah Lee.
A small camp with a handful of unsheltered individuals packed up all of their belongings and relocated on June 2, due to a scheduled clean-up in the area.
The left turn lane from westbound Prater Way onto South McCarran Boulevard in Sparks will be closed for construction for approximately a week and a half.
Arbors Memory Care is being investigated by DHHS as of May 21 after six staff members and 32 residents tested positive for COVID-19, and three residents died.
Arbors Memory Care in Sparks is seeing a spike in positive cases of COVID-19 and allegations that it isn’t doing enough to protect employees and residents from the virus.